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Bint Allayl impresses in workout.

BINT ALLAYL had her trainer Mick Channon firing off words like "smashing" and "perfect" yesterday after the first major piece of work since her runaway victory in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot, writes Rodney Masters.

Although she has an entry in Sunday's Heinz 57 Phoenix Stakes at Leopardstown, the Group 1 will come too soon and the remaining options are the Lowther Stakes at York and the Prix Morny at Deauville.

Ridden by her regular work partner Candy Morris, Bint Allayl covered six furlongs at what Channon described as a sensible pace.

He said: "We gave her a break after Ascot and this was her first serious bit of work since. I was delighted, and now we have to make our minds up between the Lowther and the Morny."

If the Lowther is the choice for Bint Allayl, Channon is likely to send Golden Silca, winner of a Listed race at Newbury last month, to Deauville.

Inya Lake, winner of Goodwood's Group 3 Molecomb Stakes last Friday, is likely to go for the Flying Childers Stakes at Doncaster.

Josr Algarhoud, third to Muqtarb on his debut at Ascot last month, is likely to take his chance in the Gimcrack Stakes at York.
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Author:Masters, Rodney
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Aug 5, 1998
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