One Call Insurance Flying Scotsman Stakes (Listed) 7f
- (2yo, 7f, Class 1, 5 runners)
- Winner £15,312 2nd £5,805 3rd £2,905 4th £1,447 5th £726 6th £364
- Going: Good to Soft
- Surface: Turf
- Winning time: 1m 28.76s
- Off time: 15:51:26
|1st (2)||3 Be Ready (IRE)||Saeed bin Suroor||2||9-0||S De Sousa||13/8f|
|SP 13/8f Steadied start, took keen hold, held up in 5th on outside, headway to 2nd over 2f out, led over 1f out, drifted right to rail inside final furlong, stayed on strongly, ridden out opened 9/4|
|2nd (4)||3||2 Barley Mow (IRE)||Richard Hannon||2||9-0||R Hughes||2/1|
|SP 2/1 Took keen hold tracking leading pair on rail, ridden over 1f out, soon switched left, stayed on to 2nd inside final furlong, no chance with winner opened 13/8|
|3rd (3)||2¾||7 Voice of A Leader (IRE)||P W Chapple-Hyam||2||9-0||J P Spencer||10/3|
|SP 10/3 Led on near side rail, headed over 1f out, one pace and no impression when lost 2nd inside final furlong opened 7/2|
|4th (6)||2¾||4 Brazos (IRE)||C E Brittain||2||9-0||James Doyle||8/1|
|SP 8/1 Edgy in stalls, held up in rear, pushed along and outpaced over 2f out, stayed on to modest 4th inside final furlong opened 9/1 touched 7/1|
|5th (1)||5||5 Cool Bahamian (IRE)||Eve Johnson Houghton||2||9-0||J Fortune||16/1|
|SP 16/1 Tracked leader until pushed along over 2f out, weakened inside final 2f opened 14/1|
|NR (7)||1 Miracle of Medinah||M D I Usher||2||9-4||Non Runner|
|NR (5)||6 Invincible Strike (IRE)||J Tate||2||9-0||R L Moore|
Tote Win £2.50 Tote Place £1.30 £1.20 Straight Forecast £5.27 Exacta £6.20 Trifecta £12.80
Jackpot £27,569.26 carried forward to Doncaster, 14th Sep, 0.5 winning tickets
Placepot £41.30, Pool: £176378.12, 3116.1 winning tickets
Quadpot £5.10, Pool: £12251.33, 1749.42 winning tickets
Saeed bin Suroor: "Right from the start he was one of my favourites and I wanted him to have a good name. I called him Be Ready because I knew he would be facing some big tasks. He needed to learn in the first race and I had this one picked as his next. He looked one of the best of our yearlings and has always showed class in the morning. He is also always very relaxed and professional. He is my favourite colt for the future and I hope he is now ready."
Simon Crisford: "He has always looked the part and that is why he ran in that Listed race first time out at Newbury. He has improved today and I think that he has won well. The reason why we ran him in the Washington Singer Stakes first time out was because we had great faith in him. He will stay a mile and a quarter but he has got a good turn of foot, so he will start off over a mile next year and we will take it from there. We haven't discussed which horses will go out to Dubai yet but, unless we were going to race him out there - which I think would be highly unlikely - there wouldn't be much of a requirement for him to go there."
Richard Hannon jr: "He's run a really nice race. That's it for him now for the season but we fully expect him to make up into a serious animal next year - he's a Guineas horse."
Peter Chapple-Hyam: "It wasn't really the plan to try and make all but I'm happy enough with that run. He's still a big baby and there's a lot more to come from him. I think there's a nice race in him at some point though I doubt it'll come at the very top level."