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Name And Fame strikes it rich Japan Derby

Displaying good form in the hands of jockey Prakash, the S. Ganapathy-trainee Name And Fame carried his topweight to victory in the Karnataka Cup at the Bangalore Sunday.

RESULTS

(With inter-state dividends)

1. Melbourne Plate 1,200m: (5-2-3) Inquisitive (K. Ganesh) 1; Silver Cat 2; Different Story 3. Won by: 4-1/4; 2; (1-17.3). Tote: Win Rs 91; Place: 31; 18; 23; Quinella: 205; Shp: 49; Tanala: 2,106. Fav: Silver Cat (2).

2. Fire Haven Plate 1,100m: (8-4-7) Tashann (I. Chisty) 1; Wishbone 2; Aretino 3. Not run: Divine Hero (6). Won by: 2; Nk; (1-10.4). Tote: Win Rs 32; Place: 12; 12; 24; Quinella: 23; Shp: 32; Tanala: 260. Fav: Wishbone (4).

3. Sir M. Visvesvaraya Memorial Cup, Div-I 1,400m: (2-5-7) Genuine Article (Suraj) 1; Bernstein 2; Red Mamma 3. Won by: 3/4; 1-1/4; (1-28.9). Tote: Win Rs 175; Place: 45; 19; 20; Quinella: 334; Shp: 41; Tanala: 10,310. Fav: Falconet (8).

4. Karnataka Cup 1,600m: (1-5-6) Name And Fame (Prakash) 1; Adolfito 2; Rose Garden 3. Won by: 1; 1/2; (1-41.4). Tote: Win Rs 16; Place: 12; 17; 19; Quinella: 48; Shp: 38; Tan-ala: 192. Fav: Name And Fame (1).

5. Baraloy Plate 1,400m: (3-4-1) Chant Royal (Shroff) 1; Barroness

Orczy 2; National Tiger 3. Won by:

8; 1/2; (1-30). Tote: Win Rs 16; Place: 14; 43; 81; Quinella: 152; Shp: 94; Tanala: 2,726. Fav: Chant Royal (3).

6. Mamma’s Mink Plate 1,600m: (9-2-8) Persian Goddess (A. Velu) 1; Authentic Power 2; Diamond Rock 3. Won by: SH; 3-3/4; (1-44.4). Tote: Win Rs 183; Place: 35; 20; 16; Quinella: 207; Shp: 79; Tanala: 2,857. Fav: Diamond Rock (8).

7. Sir M. Visvesvaraya Memorial Cup, Div-II 1,400m: (7-2-1) Red Zeppelin (Ms Storai) 1; Anchor 2; So Supreme 3. Won by: 2-1/4; 2; (1-29.4). Tote: Win Rs 52; Place: 21; 18; 19; Quinella: 124; Shp: 58; Tanala: 935. Fav: Limitations (3).

Jackpot: Rs 19,691; (C) Rs 1,712.

Treble: (i) Rs 727; (ii) Rs 1,872.

Tokyo(Agencies): Italian Mirco Demuro became the first non-Japanese jockey to win the Japan Derby with a close-run victory aboard favourite Neo Universe at the Tokyo Racecourse Sunday. Demuro guided the three-year-old colt in a rain-soaked track to win 70th Japan Derby by half a length from Zenno Rob Roy. Trained by Tsutomu Setoguchi, Neo Universe covered the 2,400 metres in 2 mins 28.5 secs in front of a crowd of 110,000 to take the first prize of US$1.2 million.


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