E.B.F. 'Makfi' Maiden Fillies' Stakes (Div 2) 7f

  • (2yo, 7f, Class 4, 12 runners)
  • Winner £4,399 2nd £1,309 3rd £654 4th £327
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 1m 25.39s
  • Off time: 13:32:01

Full Result

13:30 Newmarket
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (10) 13 The Fugue J H M Gosden 2 9-0 R Havlin 14/1
SP 14/1 Slowly into stride, raced centre, held up, headway over 3f out, went 2nd over 2f out, led inside final furlong, ran on
2nd (8) 11 Salacia (IRE) M Al Zarooni 2 9-0 L Dettori 3/1
SP 3/1 Led centre group, clear over 3f out until over 2f out, ridden and headed inside final furlong, unable to quicken opened 9/2 £2000-£400 £2250-£500 £1800-£400
3rd (6) 7 5 Dutch Diamond J H M Gosden 2 9-0 N Mackay 16/1
SP 16/1 Raced centre, tracked leaders, ridden over 2f out, outpaced by leaders over 1f out, stayed on same pace opened 22/1 £5000-£200
4th (13) ¾ 9 No Compromise H Morrison 2 9-0 J Fortune 11/4f
SP 11/4f Led stands side, ridden over 2f out, no impression on leaders over 1f out, stayed on same pace opened 5/2 touched 3/1 £3000-£1000 £1500-£500 £900-£300
5th (12) ¾ 7 Keene Dancer Sir Michael Stoute 2 9-0 R L Moore 15/2
SP 15/2 Raced stands side, tracked leaders, went right to join centre group 5f out, headway over 1f out, stayed on same pace opened 9/1
6th (7) ¾ 10 Pomarine (USA) Mrs A J Perrett 2 9-0 T P Queally 25/1
SP 25/1 Raced centre, mid-division, not much room over 2f out, not clear run 1f out, never on terms opened 22/1
7th (4) nse 12 Santarini (IRE) Richard Hannon 2 9-0 R Hughes 15/2
SP 15/2 Raced centre, prominent, lost place when not much room over 2f out, stayed on inside final furlong, no impression opened 6/1 touched 7/1
8th (5) nk 1 Al Baidaa R Varian 2 9-0 Andrea Atzeni 12/1
SP 12/1 Raced centre, chased leaders, pushed along 4f out, lost place and no impression over 1f out, one pace
9th (2) 3 8 Melodrama (IRE) D R Lanigan 2 9-0 T E Durcan 50/1
SP 50/1 Raced centre, held up, ridden over 2f out, struggling over 1f out
10th (11) hd 6 Heyaaraat (IRE) C Hills 2 9-0 R Hills 8/1
SP 8/1 Slowly into stride and went left start, raced stands side, tracked leaders, ridden over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong opened 15/2
11th (9) 2 2 Cape Crossing A M Balding 2 9-0 David Probert 16/1
SP 16/1 Raced stands side, prominent, ridden over 2f out, lost place over 1f out, soon weakened opened 20/1 £5000-£225
12th (1) 46 3 Chateau Lola D Shaw 2 9-0 Dane O'Neill 100/1
SP 100/1 Slowly into stride, raced centre, always in rear, lost touch 4f out, tailed off
NR (3) 4 Dance Express (IRE) C G Cox 2 9-0 A Kirby

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £21.20 Tote Place £5.60 £1.70 £3.30 Straight Forecast £55.70 Exacta £94.40 Trifecta £637.20 Swingers 1&2 £11.90, 2&3 £15.90, 1&3 £35.40

Jackpot £21,680.72 carried forward to Carlisle, 30th Oct
Placepot £556.50, Pool: £88635.85, 116.25 winning tickets
Quadpot £53.70, Pool: £7361.49, 101.3 winning tickets

Analysis

Divisions of this maiden have a good recent history having fallen to the useful Field Day in 2009, Sariska in 2008 and saw Dar Re Mi finish second in 2007. The latter's trainer won the first division and completed a quick double with THE FUGUE who only need to be pushed out to score, attracting quotes of around the 20-1 mark for the Guineas. A half-sister to a winner at up to two miles, her sire may impart more speed than her sibling has inherited whilst a number of his progeny also progress well with age. The owner's racing manager commented that they were hopeful of a big run (something that wasn't reflected in the market) and that they regard her as a nice prospect for the future. She comfortably accounted for a more experienced rival in Salacia who stepped up on the form of her debut at Yarmouth to finish a clear second despite possibly doing a little too much in front. The remainder finished in rather a heap but were led home by a stablemate of the winner who took a notable step forward from her debut over the same course and distance earlier in the month. No Compromise set the standard and headed the market and kept on well enough for pressure on the stands' side rail without ever threatening, she is now qualified for a mark. The stoutly bred Keene's Dancer showed ability and can be expected to come into her own next season. Heyaaraat dropped out rather tamely but this big filly travelled noticeably well until entering the deep and may well prove capable of leaving the bare form behind in time; she is likely to need a trip next season.