• 15:20 32Red Median Auction Maiden Stakes1m 3f 144y

  • Winner £2,588 2nd £770 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 33.02s
  • Off time: 15:21:26
15:20 Bath Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Refer 9/4
2nd Could Be 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (6) 929- Emerald Green, Pink seams, sleeves and star on cap Checkpoint 269
4 10-0 G L Moore G Baker 81 3/14.00
2 (1) 9 LIGHT GREEN, yellow star, dark green sleeves, yellow cap Cracker Mill 20
4 10-0 M Madgwick A Kirby 100/1101.00
3 (3) 09- Emerald green, white diamond, white sleeves, emerald green diamonds, white cap, emerald green diamond Ballinderry Boy 165
3 8-9 A M Balding David Probert 12/113.00
4 (7) 724 RED, BLACK stars, RED sleeves Could Be 20
3 8-9 D M Simcock Martin Lane 71 7/24.50
5 (5) 2333-63 Black and royal blue stripes, black sleeves, royal blue stars, check cap Jullundar (IRE) 7
Beaten Favourite
3 8-9 M R Channon Martin Harley 67 3/14.00
6 (2) 5 Green, pink sash and cap, white sleeves Refer 15
3 8-9 C Hills S J Drowne 9/43.25
Non runners
7 (4)5Fenton38-4H J L DunlopL Morris


Jullundar has never been a bigger SP that 4/1 in his eight starts and supporters must be nearing the end of their tether. He's rarely beaten far but the fast ground is not certain to suit as he lacks a finishing burst. Refer looked in need of experience on his debut at Windsor and is expected to do better while Could Be showed promise at Kempton last month and took on better rivals at Lingfield later. Fenton completely missed the break on his debut and was always struggling so a chance is taken with CHECKPOINT. Gary Moore's charge was trained by Sir Henry Cecil when just touched off by Gospel Choir at Salisbury in July and the winner followed up in tough handicaps at Ascot and Haydock. He ran very poorly on his only subsequent start at Doncaster and, as that can't have been his true form, he taken to bounce back.