Miswaki Colt Upsets China Visit in England

China Visit, Godolphin Racing's son of Red Ransom who finished sixth in the 2000 Kentucky Derby (gr. I), was upset in Thursday's GNER White Rose Park Stakes (Eng-III) at England's Doncaster Racecourse. The winner of the 1-mile test was Tough Speed, a 4-year-old son of Miswaki bred in Kentucky by Iron County Farms. China Visit, the 10-3 favorite ridden by Frankie Dettori, finished a half-length behind the 6-1 winner. The final time over a course labeled good was 1:39.38.

Produced from the Nijinsky II mare Nature's Music, Tough Speed has three wins in eight career starts, with his previous best being a second in the Price Waterhouse Coopers Hambleton Rated Stakes for owner Saeed Suhail and trainer Michael Stoute.

Doncaster reported on-track attendance of 11,200 for the Lady's Day card Thursday, with on-course betting of £260,765. The attendance figure represented a 14% gain over the same day in 2000 and the wagering was up 3.5%.