15:00 Yarmouth Wed 19 September 2018

Scheduled
  • British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes (Plus 10) (Div 2) (Class 4)
  • 7f 3y,
  • 15 Runners
  • Winner£4,787.002nd£1,424.003rd£712.004th£356.005th£1,340.006th£675.007th£335.00
  • Surface: Turf
Sort By:
Order?
Cloth numberOddsHorse A-Z
NEW! Keep an eye out for ‘Insights’ against a horse for additional clues towards its chance! Read more...
1
(10)
29-5OR:

Son of Bated Breath whose price rose from 17,000 gns as a foal to 120,000 gns as a yearling. Interesting debutante for leading stable who remain in good form.

2
(3)
29-5OR:

Oasis Dream colt who will likely be better over a bit further in time but looks a likely type on paper for powerful stable who won this in 2010 and 2011.

3
(7)
29-5OR:

Sea The Moon colt who belied his odds when shaping with promise on debut but failed to progress on that next time. Likely to need further and best watched for stable yet to have a juvenile winner this campaign.

Last RunWatch last race
4
(11)
29-5OR:

Iffraaj colt cost 100,000gns as a yearling and was making late headway when green on debut. Showed promise for the future but this company likely to prove too tough at this stage.

Last RunWatch last race
5
(4)
29-5OR:

Nicely bred son of Poet's Voice for a stable who can produce decent juveniles. Price rose from 14,000 gns as a yearling to 27,000 gns as a two-year-old and worth a check in the market on debut.

6
(9)
29-5OR:

Son of Kodiac who is his trainer's second two-year-old runner of the season and not noted for producing early winners. Best watched on debut.

7
(1)
29-5OR:

By Bated Breath, cost 85,000 gns as a yearling and possesses plenty of speed in pedigree. Stable won this in 2016 and a likely type on debut.

8
(13)

Zoffany colt whose sales price almost doubled to 130,000 gns as a yearling. Not fancied when well held on debut and likely a longer term prospect.

Last RunWatch last race
9
(15)
29-5OR: 73

Showed promise in his first two starts and progressed when a close fourth over this C&D. The third has franked the form since and with quicker ground unlikely to be a worry he should be involved again.

Last RunWatch last race
10
(2)

Son of Ruler Of The World who is gelded ahead of debut. Stable capable of readying a juvenile but others appeal more on paper.

11
(6)
29-5OR:

Well-bred son of Slade Power whose price rose from 34,000 gns as a foal to 72,000 gns as a yearling. Powerful stable continue in good form and one to note on debut.

12
(12)
29-5OR:

Entered in the Dewhurst and the Derby and represents a leading stable who won a division of this last year. Ran with great promise when staying on and short of room on debut and sets the standard.

Last RunWatch last race
13
(8)
29-5OR:

Well fancied when disappointing on debut, however he was green and the form is strong with the winner subsequently second in the Gimcrack. Could leave that performance behind following a break.

Last RunWatch last race
14
(14)
29-0OR:

Cost £70,000 as a yearling and bred to need further in time. Well held here on debut and hard to recommend in this company.

Last RunWatch last race
15
(5)
29-0OR:

Daughter of Mount Nelson is likely to need a stiffer test of stamina further down the line. Stable not noted for two-year-old winners and best watched on debut.

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
4Regal Reality29-59/4Full Result
T: Sir Michael StouteJ: R L Moore

Betting

Forecast

Sovereign Grant (13/8), Lehoogg (11/2), Awe (6/1), Snow Storm (13/2), Wiretap (13/2), Azano (7/1), Reeves (14/1), Fantastic Blue (18/1), Millions Memories (18/1), Fares Poet (28/1), Rock The Cradle (33/1), Dark Mystique (40/1), Flaunt It (40/1), Greek Kodiac (66/1), Garrel Glen (100/1)

Verdict

Another interesting division to a traditionally strong maiden with again some interesting debutantes from powerful stables in the form of Snow Storm, Awe, Lehoog, Azano and Fares Poet. They will have to be smart though to get the better of SOVEREIGN GRANT who was unlucky not to get closer on debut and his trainer's horses generally improve considerably for the run. Reeves is the most experienced but ran in a good race last time and is improving. The betting suggested Wiretap had been showing plenty at home before his debut which has produced good winners since.
  1. Sovereign Grant
  2. Reeves
  3. Wiretap
Most Followed

Quorto

F: 11

T: C Appleby

Kew Gardens

F: 1-32911

T: A P O'Brien

Enable

F: 111111-

T: J H M Gosden

Sangarius

F: 11

T: Sir Michael Stoute

Soldier's Call

F: -

T: Archie Watson

Most Followed

Quorto

F: 11

T: C Appleby

Kew Gardens

F: 1-32911

T: A P O'Brien

Enable

F: 111111-

T: J H M Gosden

Sangarius

F: 11

T: Sir Michael Stoute

Soldier's Call

F: -

T: Archie Watson

Next Race Off
19:30 Kempton
9
(1)
Enbihaar
J: Jim Crowley
7
(2)
Petrastar
J: James Doyle
10
(6)
Sparkling Surf
J: David Egan
6
(11)
Mobham
J: J P Spencer
1
(9)
Butterfield
J: S De Sousa
4
(7)
Hainaut
J: G Mosse
8
(4)
Toshima
J: L P Keniry
5
(3)
Maknifico
J: Jason Watson
3
(10)
Doctor Knox
J: L Morris
11
(8)
Willow Grace
J: T E Whelan
2
(5)
Tralee Hills
J: Tom Marquand

Racing Tips

Check out our free horse racing selections and preview for today's action

Tuesday's racing preview

Keith Hamer picks out the best bets for Tuesday and has a tip for every race on every card.

Find out who our team are backing ahead of today's racing

Sporting Life: Daily Nap

Ben Linfoot heads to Sandown for the Sporting Life Daily Nap selection on Wednesday while he also has a couple of fancies at Yarmouth.

Check out our free horse racing selections and preview for today's action

Wednesday's racing preview

The Owen Burrows-trained Wadilsafa is the standout selection at Sandown, according to Nick Robson. He has a tip for every race.