• 14:00 Bet totejackpot At totepool.com Maiden Stakes7f 50y

  • Winner £3,234 2nd £962 3rd £481 4th £240
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 31.47s
  • Off time: 14:00:18
14:00 Ayr Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Sir Jack Layden 4/6


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
2 (3) Red, Red cap, White spots Longton
2 9-5 R A Fahey T Hamilton 5/16.00
3 (5) 4 Black and Orange (quartered), Yellow sleeves, Black spots, Yellow cap, Black spots Lyn Valley 65
2 9-5 M Johnston J Fanning 9/43.25
5 (2) 727 Yellow, Black cross belts, Halved sleeves, Black cap Sir Jack Layden 15
2 9-5 D H Brown G Lee 4/61.67
Non runners
1 (1)8Greed Is Good29-5Mrs K BurkeM O'connell
4 (6)2New Street (IRE)29-5R A FaheyT Hamilton
6 (4)4Boogangoo (IRE)29-0K DalgleishT Eaves


Richard Fahey, enjoying a good season with juveniles, is doubly represented with jockey bookings pinpointing New Street as the stable preferred after the Acclamation colt finished second, albeit beaten seven lengths, by Somewhat on debut. The latter went straight to Royal Ascot from that run only to disappoint when strongly fancied so the jury is out regarding the form. Lyn Valley hasn't been seen since coming home fourth of six behind Withernsea on debut in early May and SIR JACK LAYDEN makes greater appeal. The Brown inmate was a respectable seventh of 19 behind Berkshire in the Chesham Stakes at the royal meeting, having previously hunted up a useful Hannon newcomer at Haydock. That form looks solid and this rates a more straightforward assignment.