• 20:20 New Online Betting Forum Maiden Stakes1m 14y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 35.75s
  • Off time: 20:24:09
20:20 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Royal Superlative 3/1
2nd Sunny Future (IRE) 7/2
3rd Hilltop Artistry 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (8) 780/ Dark Blue, Light Blue hoops, halved sleeves, Light Blue cap, Dark Blue star Awe 18
5 9-12 Mrs N S Evans V Slattery 42 150/1151.00
2 (4) 0/887-6 Yellow, Emerald Green hoop, hooped sleeves, Orange cap Den's Boy 26
4 9-12 S Curran P Doe 38 66/167.00
3 (13) 52758/6- White and Light Green check, White sleeves, hooped cap La Belle Joannie 497
4 9-7 S Curran Matthew Batchelor 48 40/141.00
4 (7) 86007 Mauve, Grey hoops, Mauve cap Poca A Poca (IRE) 20
5 9-7 p G C Bravery Mark Flynn (5) 45 80/181.00
5 (11) 579007/ Maroon, Grey sleeves Safari 406
6 9-7 S Curran Dane O'Neill 35 40/141.00
6 (5) Yellow, dark blue armlets Dramatic Jewel (USA)
3 9-2 C Hills A Munro 8/19.00
7 (9) 0 RED, YELLOW sash, striped sleeves and star on cap Errol Flynn (IRE) 67
3 9-2 b1 R Harris K Ghunowa (3) 20/121.00
8 (1) MAUVE, PURPLE seams, striped sleeves and star on cap Flying Gazebo (IRE)
3 9-2 J S Moore L P Keniry 22/123.00
9 (3) 990-40 Brown, pink stars on sleeves, brown cap, pink star Hilltop Artistry 11
3 9-2 S W James David Probert (3) 61 10/111.00
10 (12) Red, Black hoops, Yellow sleeves, Red armlets, Red and Yellow hooped cap Square Of Gold (FR)
3 9-2 A W Carroll Kirsty Milczarek 8/19.00
11 (6) 50 Pink, Emerald Green chevron, halved sleeves, quartered cap Stellar Cause (USA) 7
3 9-2 P F I Cole M Dwyer 7/24.50
12 (10) 33270-0 Red and Yellow (halved), sleeves reversed, Yellow cap, Red spots Sunny Future (IRE) 13
3 9-2 M S Saunders M Fenton 75 7/24.50
13 (2) 0-4 Scarlet, Royal Blue sleeves, Black cap Royal Superlative 28
3 8-11 R M Beckett Jack Mitchell (3) 3/14.00


It is to be hoped that Sunny Future is better than he showed on his reappearance at Salisbury earlier this month but it may be that he just has not trained on and preference is for ROYAL SUPERLATIVE, who gets the vote ahead of Stellar Cause. Paul Cole's colt made a promising debut at Newbury last month but failed to build on that at Windsor last week and he looks best watched after that effort. Stan Moore's son of Orpen, Flying Gazebo, would not need to be anything out of the ordinary to take a hand in the finish here and it will be interesting to see how he shapes in the market. Dramatic Jewel makes slightly less appeal first time out for John Hills, while Errol Flynn finished last on his Newmarket debut in an admittedly better race than this but he is hard to recommend. The vote then goes to Ralph Beckett's Royal Superlative, who improved from the form shown on her only start as a juvenile when finishing a creditable fourth over course and distance last month and she looks the one they all have to beat.