Economics adds up for Dante delight but Derby picture left murkier than ever

Winner may be favourite if switched to run at EpsomColt pulled out as trainer fears would not act on track

The Dante Stakes, the last recognised Derby trial before the Classic on 1 June, had the emphatic winner that everyone had turned up hoping to see on Thursday, but with one significant caveat that left the ante-post market murkier than ever.

Economics, a strapping chestnut trained by William Haggas, cruised up to the leaders and then accelerated six lengths clear of Ancient Wisdom, one of last season’s best juveniles, a performance that one bookie suggested would be more than enough to make him the clear Derby favourite – had he not been taken out of the race at the second entry stage last month.

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