• 16:30 New Minster Grandstand Maiden Stakes7f 100y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 32.58s
  • Off time: 16:32:21
16:30 Beverley Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Dance East 2/9
2nd Ezra Church (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) 5 Orange, Light Blue disc, Light Blue sleeves, Orange spots and spots on cap Bahamian Jazz (IRE) 22
3 9-3 R Bastiman Matthew Lawson (7) 50/151.00
2 (6) 4 White, Royal Blue cross belts, Royal Blue and White striped sleeves Ezra Church (IRE) 26
3 9-3 T D Barron Graham Gibbons 12/113.00
3 (7) Gold and Black check, Pink sleeves and cap Farmers Glory
3 9-3 G A Swinbank R Winston 33/134.00
4 (4) 62-233 White, dark blue epaulets, dark blue and white halved sleeves, quartered cap Hot Spark 24
3 9-3 K A Ryan P Makin 71 11/112.00
5 (3) 6 Black, orange disc, black sleeves, brown spots, orange cap, brown spots Robbie Burnett 36
3 9-3 G A Swinbank P McDonald 80/181.00
6 (1) DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Rule Breaker (IRE)
3 9-3 M Johnston Greg Fairley 12/113.00
7 (2) 9-2 Red, White sash, Royal Blue cap Dance East 26
3 8-12 J Noseda L Dettori 2/91.22


DANCE EAST is by far the most interesting contender and she can see off Hot Spark and Rule Breaker. Jeremy Noseda has won with three of the seven horses that he has sent up to the track in recent years and the fact that Frankie Dettori is booked for the ride speaks volumes. This daughter of Shamardal ran well on her comeback at Newmarket and a repeat of that run will see her win. Rule Breaker is a nicely-bred newcomer and this 110,000 guineas purchase is a half-brother to Cliche. He is likely to make up into a smart three-year-old but looks to have bumped into a good one here and will be need to be very smart to make a winning debut. Robbie Burnett needs to step up on a Redcar debut but this quicker ground may help there, Hot Spark is rated 71 but is exposed and hard to purr over, whilst Farmers Glory is related to several winners over this sort of trip so is not ignored. Ezra Church shaped with promise at Ripon, whilst Bahamian Jazz was 100/1 for his Pontefract debut but he ran on well to the line and should relish this longer trip. A good chance for Dance East to make it third time lucky.