• 14:50 Mcgee Group Maiden Stakes5f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm (Good in Places on the Round Course)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 3.10s
  • Off time: 14:53:49
14:50 Ascot Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Little Perisher 7/2
2nd Absolute Music (USA) 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) Dark Green, White seams, White sleeves, Dark Green armlets, White cap Key Art (IRE)
2 9-3 J Noseda S W Kelly 9/25.50
2 (6) 923 WHITE, BLACK disc, striped sleeves Little Perisher 10
2 9-3 A P Jarvis N Callan 79 7/24.50
3 (4) Yellow, Maroon Cross of Lorraine, White sleeves, Maroon and Yellow quartered cap Master Of Dance (IRE)
2 9-3 R Hannon R Hughes 8/19.00
4 (1) 2 Light Green, Black stars, sleeves and star on cap Monsieur Joe (IRE) 19
2 9-3 W R Swinburn Dane O'Neill 9/52.80
5 (2) Pink, Emerald Green epaulets and armlets, hooped cap Absolute Music (USA)
2 8-12 R M H Cowell E Ahern 5/16.00
6 (3) White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Jira
2 8-12 C E Brittain S Sanders 16/117.00


Little Perisher, Key Art and Monsieur Joe catch the eye here, with Jeremy Noseda's well-entered KEY ART taken to collect on debut. Monsieur Joe ran very well first time out, doing his best work at the finish at Windsor, finishing a close second. A half brother to dual five furlong juvenile winner, Cerito, Monsieur Joe can go well again here. Little Perisher stepped up considerably on a Brighton second to chase home a talented pair here last time. Further improvement can see him go well-and he does have the most experience. Key Art hails from a yard that know the time of day with their juveniles, and have their fair share of precocious types. He is sure to have been taught his job well, and has a Group One entry lined up, so he clearly has been working well. A half brother to a winning juvenile over five furlongs, Key Art hails from a yard in good form, and can score on his first appearance.