Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden Stakes 6f

  • (2yo, 6f, Class 4, 7 runners)
  • Winner £3,881 2nd £1,155 3rd £577 4th £289
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 1m 15.55s
  • Off time: 14:11:00

Full Result

14:10 Goodwood
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (2) 5 Portamento (IRE) C Appleby 2 9-5 William Buick 9/4
SP 9/4 Quickly away, soon crossed over and led on rail, pushed clear over 1f out, kept on strongly, eased final 75 yards, unchallenged opened 5/2
2nd (7) 4 3 Estidhkaar (IRE) Richard Hannon 2 9-5 Dane O'Neill 5/4f
SP 5/4f Slowly into stride, off the pace towards rear, pushed along and headway on outside halfway, shaken up and stayed on from over 1f out, went 2nd final 150 yards, no chance with unchallenged winner, eased final 50 yards opened 11/8
3rd (3) 8 Tansfeeq C Hills 2 9-5 L Dettori 14/1
SP 14/1 Chased leaders in 4th on outside, plugged on into 3rd final 100 yards, never any chance with winner opened 12/1
4th (1) 1 7 Secret Journey (IRE) H Morrison 2 9-5 P J Dobbs 25/1
SP 25/1 Chased winner, edged right 2f out, no impression when weakened and lost 2nd 150 yards out, dropped to 4th final 100 yards opened 16/1
5th (8) 3 2 Emef Rock (IRE) M R Channon 2 9-5 William Twiston-Davies (3) 14/1
SP 14/1 Held up, some headway over 2f out, ridden and weakened over 1f out opened 16/1
6th (4) 6 Quintus Cerialis (IRE) C G Cox 2 9-5 A Kirby 25/1
SP 25/1 Hung right throughout, chased leaders, weakened 2f out
7th (9) 6 4 Pinter C Appleby 2 9-5 R L Moore 5/1
SP 5/1 Started slowly, ran very green and outpaced in rear, never a factor opened 6/1 touched 9/2
WD (5) 1 Dark Profit (IRE) C Hills 2 9-5 Jim Crowley
NR (6) 9 The Paco Kid O Stevens 2 9-5 M Barzalona

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £2.60 Tote Place £1.90 £1.70 Straight Forecast £5.27 Exacta £6.70 Trifecta £44.70 Swingers 1&2 £1.30, 2&3 £3.70, 1&3 £3.10

Jackpot £6,031.27 carried forward to Haydock Park, 23rd May
Placepot £145.60, Pool: £108912.51, 545.75 winning tickets
Quadpot £44.00, Pool: £5866.65, 98.58 winning tickets

Analysis

Charlie Appleby: "He ran in a novice at Newmarket, so he was running against experienced horses that day. He came out of the race well and physically and mentally he's done very well since then. Coming into today we were very confident and ground-wise, it didn't really worry us as Shamardal's tend to go on any ground. Ascot is always on everybody's mind at this time of the year. We'll get him back home, he'll probably go into the melting pot and he is a potential Ascot horse."