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EVE JOHNSON HOUGHTON is wanting ahead to unleashing her particular Agent at Newmarket tomorrow.

Unintended Agent will line up within the Shadwell Joel Stakes with a licence to thrill having precipitated a monster shock when profitable the Queen Anne Stakes – the primary race of Royal Ascot – in June.

 Connections celebrating after Accidental Agent won the Queen Anne at huge odds

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Connections celebrating after Unintended Agent gained the Queen Anne at large odds

A illness bug meant he’s solely been seen as soon as since when trailing dwelling properly overwhelmed behind star filly Alpha Centauri within the Jacques Le Marois at Deauville.

He’ll face simply 4 rivals in tomorrow’s Group 2 contest. The mile contest will assist sharpen his edge forward of subsequent month’s QEII Stakes on Champions’ Day again at Ascot.

Johnson Houghton stated: “He’s received to hold a Group 1 penalty however I imagine he’s nonetheless bettering. I can’t see why that gained’t negate the burden of getting to offer weight away.

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“He has solely run beneath par as soon as this 12 months and that was in France when he was beneath the climate.

“I believe he went over with some type of bug on him – he was very quiet whereas he was over there. The travelling introduced it out and he was very low for 2 weeks afterwards.

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“He has thrived since then and he has to run within the Joel as he’s a gross horse – ready one other month for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes could be an excessive amount of.”

Unintended Agent is known as after Johnson Houghton’s grandfather John Goldsmith. He was awarded the Navy Cross after spending World Warfare II as a spy.

His heroics – together with escaping from the Gestapo – have been detailed in his autobiography Unintended Agent.

The horse named after that outstanding story is a 14-1 shot with Ladbrokes for the QEII Stakes on QIPCO British Champions Day.

Athletes Adam Gemili, Victoria Pendleton, Danny Care and Oisin Murphy tackle one of many quickest horses on this planet

 



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