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Toronado Cut For Classics After Craven Success

| 18.04.2013

Toronado is the 7-2 (from 7-1) second favourite with Coral for the Qipco 2,000 Guineas, following a smooth victory in this afternoon’s Novae Bloodstock Craven Stakes.  The colt is also 7-1 (from 14-1) for the Investec Derby.

“The Craven Stakes may have lacked numbers, but Toronado beat his three rivals in good style to enhance his position as the leading home challenger for next month’s Qipco 2,000 Guineas, while as a son of High Chaparral the extra half mile of the Investec Derby could be well within his range also,” said Coral’s David Stevens.

**Coral Scottish Grand National
6 Rival D’Estruval, 7 Big Occasion, 10 Godsmejudge, 12 Always Right, Our Mick, 16 Bradley, Monsieur Cadou, Neptune Equester, Nuts N Bolts, Rigadin De Beauchene, 20 Auroras Encore, Knockara Beau, Mister Marker, Rebeccas Choice, Silver By Nature, Tour Des Champs, 25 Fill The Power, Lion Na Bearnai, Lively Baron, Rose Of The Moon, 33 Cool Operator, Problema Tic, Relax, 40 Garleton, 50 Captain Americo, Pentiffic


**Qipco 2,000 Guineas
5-4 Dawn Approach, 7-2 (from 7-1) Toronado, 7 Mars, 9 Cristoforo Colombo, 14 George Vancouver, 16 Moohaajim, Olympic Glory, Style Vendome, Van Der Neer, 25 Fort Knox, Garswood, Montiridge, Secret Number, 33 Alfonso De Sousa, Amralah, Dundonnell, Festive Cheer, Gale Force Ten, Ghurair, Hudson’s Bay, Loch Garman, Mutin, Pedro The Great, Steeler, 40 Bar

**Qipco 1,000 Guineas
4 Hot Snap, 6 Certify, Just The Judge, What A Name, 10 Big Break, 12 Flotilla, Moth, Sky Lantern, 16 Rosdhu Queen, 20 Nargys, Winning Express, Winsili, Zurigha, 25 Alumna, Desert Blossom, Lady Nouf, Maureen, Our Obsession, Rasmeyaa, Purr Along, Roz, Snow Queen, Shuruq, Waterway Run, 33 Agent Allison, Diaminda, Kenhope, Magical Dream, Melbourne Memories, Mystical Sapphire, Ollie Olga, Orpha, Peace Burg, Vanity Rules, 40 Bar

**Investec Oaks – Official Betting Partner
6 Liber Nauticus, 8 Hot Snap, 10 Certify, 16 Moth, 20 Half Moon, Just The Judge, Lady Nouf, Our Obsession, Rasmeyaa, Secret Gesture, Shuruq, Tarana, 25 Exotic, Great Timing, Hint Of A Tint, Magical Dream, Premium, 33 Auld Alliance, Hold On Tight, Purr Along, Roz, Singersongwriter, Snow Queen, The Gold Cheongsam, The Lark, Venus De Milo, 40 Bar

**Investec Derby – Official Betting Partner
5 Telescope, 6 Mars, 7 (from 14) Toronado, 8 Battle Of Marengo, Dawn Approach, Kingsbarns, 16 Foundry, Ocovango, 20 Loch Garman, Ruler Of The World, Secret Number, Trading Leather, Zand, 25 Improvisation, Indian Chief, Leading Light, Pedro The Great, Sardinia, Sir Walter Scott, Steeler, Tarikhi, Van Der Neer, Victory Song, 33 Achtung, Arbelan, Bravodino, Eye Of The Storm, Feel Like Dancing, Festive Cheer, Fantastic Moon, Galileo Rock, Genius Boy, Greatwood, Lake Michigan, Lake Nova, Leitir Mor, Lord Provost, Manndawi, Mighty Yar, Mutashaded, Parker Ridge, Qahir, Royal Flag, Saskatchewan, The Vatican, Vayakhan, Waver, 40 Bar

**To win a race at Royal Ascot 2013
5-2 Shea Shea, 7-2 Animal Kingdom, 7 Soft Falling Rain, 8 All Too Hard,

**Flat Trainers’ Championship
11-8 Aidan O’Brien, 6-4 Richard Hannon, 8 John Gosden, Sir Michael Stoute, 10 Mahmood Al Zarooni, Saeed Bin Suroor, 25 Sir Henry Cecil, 33 Mark Johnston,

**2013 Flat Jockeys’ Championship
4-6 Richard Hughes, 2 Ryan Moore, 9 Silvestre De Sousa, 10 William Buick, 16 Graham Lee, 25 Jamie Spencer, 33 Paul Hanagan, 40 Kieren Fallon, Joe Fanning, 66 Frankie Dettori


Further Information Contact
David Stevens 07720 400438



David Stevens

David joined Coral as PR manager in 2001, having previously worked at the
Racing Post. Now in the role of Head of PR, he is involved in all aspects
of the company's media relations, providing the latest racing betting news , as well as Coral's sponsorship and event
portfolio. A keen sports fan, and long-suffering Portsmouth supporter (the
two are not always connected), when not working he will normally be found
heading south, or east or west, to the sun, and that liking for the sunshine
explains why he will always prefer flat racing to the jumps.