Queen Mary Stakes (fillies' Group 2) 5f

  • (2yo, 5f, Class 1, 17 runners)
  • Winner £45,416
  • Going: Good to Firm, Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 1m 0.87s
  • Off time: 16:57:09

Full Result

16:55 Ascot
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (6) 10 Langs Lash (IRE) M G Quinlan 2 8-12 A Munro 25/1
SP 25/1 Led main group throughout, looked overall leader over 1f out, hard ridden final furlong, ran on gamely
2nd (2) nk 14 Shyrl S A Callaghan 2 8-12 L Dettori 12/1
SP 12/1 Switched right start, took keen hold, in touch in main group, headway 2f out, strong run inside final furlong, just held
3rd (1) hd 5 Connie Mac (IRE) A Oliver 2 8-12 S Sanders 25/1
SP 25/1 Raced with winner in main group, every chance when edged right final furlong, ran on opened 50/1
4th (15) nk 11 Lucky Leigh M R Channon 2 8-12 D Holland 14/1
SP 14/1 Raced in far side group, held up in rear, pushed along halfway, ran on to lead that group 1f out, edged right inside final furlong, ran on, 1st in group opened 12/1 £5600-£400
5th (4) hd 15 Sugar Free (IRE) T Stack 2 8-12 W M Lordan 7/1
SP 7/1 Raced in main group, held up, ridden and headway over 1f out, stayed on inside final furlong, not reached leaders £5000-£550 £5000-£650 £7000-£1000 £7000-£1000
6th (10) 1 12 Nubar Lady (IRE) T Stack 2 8-12 t J P Spencer 25/1
SP 25/1 Led far side group to approaching final furlong, ran on, not pace of main group leaders, finished 2nd in group opened 33/1
7th (8) 2 3 Baileys Cacao (IRE) R Hannon 2 8-12 R Hughes 7/1
SP 7/1 Went left start, chased main group leaders, hard ridden over 1f out, weakened final furlong opened 6/1 £10000-£1400 £6500-£1000 £30000-£5000 £24000-£4000
8th (17) ½ 16 Sweet Applause (IRE) A P Jarvis 2 8-12 Darren Williams 100/1
SP 100/1 Chased far side leaders, hard ridden 2f out, stayed on same pace final furlong, finished 3rd in group
9th (16) nk 13 Rebecca de Winter R Hannon 2 8-12 R L Moore 16/1
SP 16/1 With leaders in far side group, every chance that group over 1f out, weakened final furlong, 4th in group
10th (11) ½ 2 Bahamian Babe M L W Bell 2 8-12 Hayley Turner 10/1
SP 10/1 Went right start, held up on outer of main group, pushed along halfway, never on terms opened 12/1
11th (7) ¾ 4 Beat Seven Miss Gay Kelleway 2 8-12 M Fenton 25/1
SP 25/1 Awkward and bumped start, behind in main group, headway final furlong, never any chance opened 20/1
12th (14) ½ 17 White Shift (IRE) P D Evans 2 8-12 S Donohoe 66/1
SP 66/1 Bumped start, prominent far side, ridden halfway, weakened over 1f out, 5th in group
13th (5) 1 Amosite J R Jenkins 2 8-12 b1 Jim Crowley 100/1
SP 100/1 Raced on outer and behind in main group, ridden halfway, no chance final 2f
14th (3) ½ 9 Heart Shaped (USA) A P O'Brien 2 8-12 Johnny Murtagh 9/2
SP 9/2 Raced in main group, bumped start, soon switched left, held up, ridden halfway, no chance final 2f opened 6/1 £5000-£800(x2) £3000-£500 £3000-£480 £5500-£1000(x2) £5000-£1000
15th (9) s.h 8 Glamorous Spirit (IRE) J Noseda 2 8-12 M J Kinane 16/1
SP 16/1 Raced on outer of main group, never on terms, beaten when hung right from halfway £5000-£250
16th (13) 11 7 Excellent Show B Smart 2 8-12 T E Durcan 20/1
SP 20/1 Soon chasing far side leaders, weakened 2f out, 6th in group opened 16/1
17th (12) 6 Danehill Destiny W J Haggas 2 8-12 J Fortune 7/2f
SP 7/2f Raced in far side group, bumped start, held up in rear, beaten when eased over 1f out, 7th and last in group £2500-£500 £4500-£1000(x2) £2700-£600 £2250-£500(x3) £60000-£15000 £20000-£5000 £8000-£2000 £8000-£2000(x2) £4000-£1000(x3) £2000-£500(x3) £3500-£1000

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £26.90 Tote Place £7.30,£3.40,£8.30 Straight Forecast £287.44 Exacta £447.00 Trifecta £3392.50

Jackpot £198,384.12 carried forward to Ascot, 19th Jun
Placepot £2,938.20, Pool: £467304.84, 116.1 winning tickets
Quadpot £209.40, Pool: £17607.19, 62.2 winning tickets


A bit of a turn-up as 25-1 chance LANGS LASH stuck her neck out gamely under the stands' rail for a tough success. She quickened well at the two pole to get into the mix and then showed plenty of spirit to fend off strong challenges from the placed horses. The once-raced Shyrl had been well fancied for her debut and she has proved herself to be more than useful on this showing. Another furlong should not be a problem and the Cherry Hinton Stakes at Newmarket would be an obvious place for her to bid to break her duck. Irish raider Connie Mac seemed the one to beat for a stride or two but could not pull out anything more in the final few yards. A maiden will be a formality but the hitherto unbeaten Danehill Destiny failed to beat another rival home.