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  • Windshear to blow Ormonde Stakes rivals away

    Ryan Moore can be among the winners again on the Roodee, while Tom Dascombe's Neutron Bomb can score as wellWINDSHEAR can give Ryan Moore more success at Chester with victory in the Boodles Diamond Ormonde Stakes (3.10pm) on the final day of the May Festival. Moore is in sparkling form at present and he can land the Group Three feature on board Richard Hannon’s four-year-old.

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  • Hans Holbein wins for Aidan O'Brien & Ryan Moore

    Trainer Aidan O'Brien claimed a sixth Chester Vase win as Hans Holbein scored under a front-running Ryan Moore ride. The 7-4 favourite stayed on well to see off Storm The Stars by one-and-three-quarter lengths. Hans Holbein, named after a 16th century portrait artist, was cut to as low as 16-1 (from 66-1) by bookmakers for next month's Derby at Epsom.

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  • Footballers and WAGs out in style

    Jude Cisse, ex-wife of former Liverpool striker Djibril, Chantelle Heskey, wife of Bolton Wanderers player Emile and Claire Merry, wife of Thierry Henry were among those spotted.  The stars came out to shine at Chester Races on Ladies' Day as footballers and WAGs enjoyed a day out.e

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  • Chester Racecourse is a great place on Boodles Ladies Day

    Trainer Dave Evans has a good record at Chester Racecourse and he added another winner to his tally when 10/1 chance Carry On Deryck saw off his rivals to land the Boodles Diamond Handicap Stakes by three–quarters of a length for jockey Jamie Spencer.

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  • Hans Holbein is ’Text Book Stuff’ when landing MBNA Chester Vase, the centrepiece on Boodles Ladies Day

    It was a case of another good day at the office for top Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien as he notched up a sixth MBNA Chester Vase with Han Holbein on Boodles Ladies Day at Chester Racecourse. Ryan Moore dictated the race from the front aboard the 7/4 favourite, a son of Montjeu, and his nearest rival Storm The Stars ran into second place, one and three quarter lengths behind the winner.

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