Sharon Wall, who launched the campaign, said: "We've replaced about the worst bells in Britain.
SoYouThinkhas runin tenGroup1s forAidan O'Brien, winninghalf andlosinghalf.Ina series runningup tot he eveofthe Coral-Eclipse, weexaminehis record, focusingona victory andadefeateachday TattersallsGo ldC up Curragh, May2 2,2011 Wonat1-7 Littlemo ret hana yearag o, butbackinthe day when Joseph O'Brien's role was aboard100-1pacemaker Windsor Palace, SoY ou Think followedu phis northern hemisphere winningde but earlierinthe month witha convincing defeat ofG odolphin's Campanologist
,adual Group1 winnerinGer many.
But Glinka, who finished second to Simon De Montfort over ten furlongs a week ago, held on to win by a length from Cavalryman while Campanologist
under Kieren Fallon and another Godolphin runner Songcraft under Silvestre De Sousa dead-heated for third half a length behind.
In May he romped away with the Group 1 Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh - admittedly a far-fromvintage renewal - as he brushed aside Campanologist
to score by four and a half lengths.
He will have to be at his best to win but the drop back to 1m3f should suit and at around 8-1 he looks a decent each-way bet to favourite Rainbow Peak and other Group performers Godolphin's Campanologist
and last year's Ladbrokes St Leger third Monitor Closely, who is now trained by Michael Bell.
While Dettori partnered Campanologist
to Group One glory in Germany on Sunday, Al Zarooni was also on the mark at the highest level in the same country with Buzzword.
has run two cracking races over the course and distance of the Grosvenor Casinos Cumberland Lodge Stakes and he can defy top weight to win the Group Three contest.
ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) Today's nap: HOTHAM (4.05 Ayr) KLONDYKE CAMPANOLOGIST
(2.45 Newbury) AMEER (3.20 Newbury) JIRA (3.40 Newmarket) POT LUCK Ayr placepot 1.50 - 7; 2.20 - 9; 2.55 -1; 3.30 - 1, 4; 4.05 - 5, 22; 4.40 - 2, 6.
had the form to land the Group Three Winter Hill Stakes and duly obliged at 11-10.
Four ledgers recording special peals from bell ringers dating back more than 130 years have been freed from their vaults in a church in Fenham, Newcastle, so photographer and campanologist
Duncan Davies can record them.
Meanwhile, having seen Campanologist
become its first winner this year at Ascot on Friday, Godolphin enjoyed an uneventful day.
Guaranteed favourite Curtain Call was withdrawn and punters struggled to pick between Alessandro Volta and eventual market leader Campanologist
, who was bidding to ring an overdue winning bell for Godolphin.