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Horse Racing: Italian star Ramonti back to best to floor Caradak; REPORT: ITALY Premio Vittorio di Capua G1 San Siro 1m.

NEWMARKET-based visitors Notability and Caradak were yesterday repelled at San Siro by Italy's top miler Ramonti, who took the 1m Group 1 Premio Vittorio di Capua with a brilliant front-running performance.

When Endo Botti asked last year's Italian 2,000 Guineas winner for his effort inside the final furlong his mount responded in emphatic fashion, scoring by two and a half lengths at odds of just over 7-2.

Caradak's effort petered out in the closing stages and the Michael Jarvis-trained Notability kept on well against the inside rail to retake second right on the line.

Ramonti is trained by Giuseppe and Alduino Botti, the winning jockey's father and uncle.

His next target could be the Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on December 10, when he should again encounter his favoured fast ground.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Oct 15, 2006
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