Still unbeaten! Classy COMMISSIONING eases to Rockfel success at Newmarket

Still unbeaten! Classy commissioning eases to rockfel success at newmarket

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “Still unbeaten! Classy COMMISSIONING eases to Rockfel success at Newmarket” – below is their description.

Commissioning (7-2) made it two wins from as many starts when recording a comfortable victory in the Group Two Al Basti Equiworld Dubai Rockfel Stakes over seven furlongs at Newmarket.

Homebred by owners Abdulla Al-Khalifa & Isa Salman, the Kingman filly had won in stylish fashion on debut over seven furlongs on the July Course at the end of July. She became a third Rockfel Stakes winner for trainer John Gosden, who now trains in partnership with his son Thady, following on from subsequent 1000 Guineas heroine Lahan in 1999 and Juliet Capulet in 2017.

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