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UK energy price cap approved by MPs. Stamp duty clogging up property market as first-time buyer sales overtake home movers. La Signare broke on top to set the early fractions, which appeared to set up best for Significant Form as she stormed up the rail. Attention quickly turned then to Athena as she rolled outside, in the clear and all alone on the late lead.

Four starts back, the filly, a daughter of Camelot, broke her maiden at seventh asking. Full Moon set the pace under Emmet McNamara but stable-companion Most Gifted was travelling ominously well when challenging over a furlong out.

The War Front filly asserted inside the final furlong for a comfortable length and a quarter victory, with Gasta all of eight lengths further adrift in third. We kept quickening up and I finished off best. Land Force given July Stakes entry after Tipperary win.

Flattering bids to give Aidan a Maiden win in Lancashire Oaks. The Galileo filly may have had her limitations exposed when fifth to stablemate Forever Together in the Investec Oaks at Epsom, but she bounced back when taking the Munster Oaks at Cork last time. Land force storms to victory in Tipperary Stakes.

He was pushed along to lead a furlong and a half from home, and kept on well from there to score by two lengths. Having raced in third, he was ridden and looked in trouble from two furlongs out, as True Self travelled strongly in front.

However the chestnut victor responded well to pressure and gradually reeled-in the leader, getting to the front inside the final yards, going on to score by a length and a quarter. Baby Pink pictured above finished 4th in the 6. Saxon now likely to run in Eclipse on Saturday.

Happily is more possible than not to run in the Eclipse, while Cliffs Of Moher is very possible also. Ballydoyle Quartet arrive Stateside. We also run Athena in the Belmont Oaks.

Gustav has French Mission in Sights. Winner of the Guineas, Saxon Warrior is set to drop back in trip having also finished fourth in the Derby at Epsom. Obviously it was disappointing he got beat, but it was a messy sort of a race really.

The daughter of Galileo won twice at Group One level as a juvenile and although she has failed to add to her tally so far this season, she finished third in both the Guineas at Newmarket and the Irish 1, Guineas at the Curragh. Speaking at the Curragh on Sunday, the trainer said: Ryan Moore bounced out in front on the Galileo colt and he saw out the mile-six trip well.

He was asked to assert passing the two pole and stayed on stoutly to hold stable-mate Giuseppe Garibaldi by a length-and-a-half. Rekindling won that race last year. They are the possibilities. It was good to find out that he gets this trip. Thanks to bohual for the pictures. Impressive Yucatan wins a 6th International Stakes for Aidan.

Yucatan bounced back to form when running out a gutsy all-the-way winner of the Finlay Volvo International Stakes at the Curragh. The Galileo colt answered every call and went on to record a length victory over Stellar Mass.

He might get a mile-and-a-half. The blinkers seemed to help him there. Skitter Scatter was half a length away in second, with Cava the same distance further back in third. Do you think Malta has made the right decision with Christabelle?

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However, I am happy and we have a good set of quality songs for so far! Combining the song itself with a performance, here is my opinion:. Great performance, great staging, great voice.

Everything was great in this song. Definitely better than last year. Wish her all the best!! It is a worthy winner. I am not sure whether it will make waves in Lisboa or Jerusalem , but I am just happy that Brooke did not win with her meaningless lyrics. On the contrary, a song like the French one is addressing serious issues as well, but doing so in a much more artistic way, and a lyric containing poetic depth.

I actually like that song. It proves that good music can have firework. I think it will do fine in Eurovision. Finally Malta has got something good to show us. Even tho you like Malta song, you still had to say something about fireworks. This is why Sobral fans are obnoxious. Corey, sobral fans are not obnoxious.

You just cant stand that ESC has other people with different opinions and taste. Your fascist attitude is obnoxious. Disappointed Richard and Joe did not win Christabelle is fine and it is a decent song but it might struggle in semi final 2.

Keep the performance and produce a new Song with the same meaning. Song for dad made me cry. It was simple, from the heart and the young guy has such a good voivcece. I really like this. They worked hard and tried their best, so I hope they have fun.

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