• 17:20 Racing Again Wednesday 18th July Median Auction Maiden Stakes1m 3f 214y

  • Winner £2,264 2nd £674 3rd £337 4th £168
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR Sky Bet
1 (6) 4 Red, White hoops, chevrons on sleeves, striped cap Albillanbaz (IRE) 19
3 9-0 J J Quinn Barry McHugh 1001
2 (8) 765 Black, Yellow seams and armlets In The Crowd (IRE) 21
3 9-0 G A Swinbank R Winston 67 1001
3 (2) 2 Dark Blue, White star, Red sleeves, White stars, Red cap, White star Roc De Prince 24
3 9-0 R A Fahey T Hamilton 1001
5 (5) 03-45 Dark Green and Purple (halved), White sleeves, Purple diamonds, Purple cap Totom Chief 63
3 9-0 Miss Gay Kelleway G Lee 66 1001
7 (4) 67 Light Blue, Chocolate sleeves, hooped cap Seagoing 28
3 8-9 T D Easterby D Allan 1001
Non runners
4 (7)3The Baronet39-0Sir Mark PrescottNon Runner
6 (1)39-2346Aliante38-9M JohnstonJ Fanning67
8 (3)426-408Sweet Grace38-9D H BrownNon Runner48


Aliante has looked very moderate and failed to sparkle in soft ground at Doncaster last time after a better effort on firm going at Salisbury. ROC DE PRINCE cost 30,000gns as a yearling and 130,000 euros as a two-year-old but didn't make his debut until last month when runner-up to the long odds-on Biographer. The remainder were well beaten and Richard Fahey's charge looks one to follow. Another eye-catcher, also at Doncaster, was The Baronet, who made a very promising first appearance there last week behind Moodhill. He's by Sir Percy out of a 1m6f winner so the 7f would have been much too short and, by the way he stayed on at the finish, he will be well suited by this trip. Albillanbaz didn't enjoy the clearest of runs on his debut at Redcar and looks best of the remainder.