17:50 Windsor Mon 26 June 2017

  • Best Of British Festival 1-3 July Maiden Stakes (Class 5)
  • 6f 12y, Good to Firm (Good in places, Watered)
  • 14 Runners
  • Winner£2,911.002nd£866.003rd£433.004th£216.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:1m 13.3sOff time:17:56:18
1st
12
(4)
22/1
T: J A OsborneJ: D C Costello
Off the pace towards rear, good headway on outside 2f out, ridden to challenge over 1f out, ran on to lead close home (hand timed) op 20/1 tchd 25/1
2nd
½
14
(7)
16/1
T: M P TregoningJ: Tyler Saunders (7)
Slowly into stride, soon in mid-division, headway chasing leaders halfway, went 2nd inside final 2f, led 1f out, headed and no extra close home
3rd
nk
13
(12)
20/1
T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Edward Greatrex (3)
Off the pace towards rear, good headway just over 1f out, switched left and ran on strongly inside final furlong, went never nearer 3rd towards finish op 16/1
4th
¾
6
(15)
33/1
T: M P TregoningJ: Kieran Shoemark (3)
Ran green and outpaced in rear, headway on wide outside over 1f out, pushed along and kept on steadily inside final furlong, nearest finish op 20/1
5th
½
11
(6)
10/1
T: P D EvansJ: A Kirby
Chased leaders, not clear run and switched left 2f out, ridden and kept on inside final furlong, not quite pace to threaten op 14/1
6th
1
8
(2)
25/1
T: David DennisJ: Jim Crowley
Towards rear on rail, headway towards outside over 1f out, 6th and no impression when eased towards finish op 33/1
7th
1 ¼
5
(1)
8/1
T: Tom CloverJ: P Cosgrave
Difficult loading, slowly away, held up towards rear, headway on near side rail over 2f out, ridden chasing leaders over 1f out, soon switched left, one pace and no impression final furlong op 15/2 tchd 13/2
8th
1
4
(8)
25/1
T: Martin SmithJ: M Harley
Towards rear, never involved op 33/1 tchd 18/1
9th
3 ¾
3
(13)
16/1
T: Ed WalkerJ: L P Keniry
Raced wide in mid-division, weakened 2f out tchd 20/1
10th
sh
10
(10)
10/1
T: G PeckhamJ: Harry Bentley
With leader, led 4f out, ridden and headed 1f out, weakened quickly inside final furlong tchd 9/1 and tchd 11/1
11th
½
7
(9)
7/2
T: R HannonJ: R L Moore
Slowly away, behind, no impression when ran green and hung left from over 1f out tchd 5/1
12th
6
15
(11)
100/1
T: M McGrathJ: S W Kelly
Soon outpaced towards rear, never involved
13th
½
9
(3)
50/1
T: G L MooreJ: Fran Berry
Slight lead for 2f, chased leader, hung left shaken up and lost 2nd inside final 2, weakened over 1f out op 33/1
14th
23
2
(5)
11/4f
T: R VarianJ: Andrea Atzeni
Chased leaders on near side rail, pushed along and weakened over 2f out op 3/1 tchd 9/4 and tchd 10/3

Non-Runners

WD
1
City Gent
49-5
6/1
T: R M BeckettJ: P J Dobbs

Betting Breakdown

£30.10£5.50, £5.40, £5.00
£467.00£3,564.10£266.71£60.60, £103.50, £59.70

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