• 14:20 E.b.f. Maiden Stakes7f 2y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 26.42s
  • Off time: 14:20:58
14:20 Chester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Prompter 8/11
2nd Tominator 25/1
3rd Realisation (USA) 13/8


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (1) 9 RED, YELLOW sash, striped sleeves and star on cap Arkellion 65
2 9-3 P D Evans P Hanagan 28/129.00
2 (7) 6 Red, white seams, diamonds on sleeves, white cap Jimmy The Poacher (IRE) 23
2 9-3 T D Easterby Graham Gibbons 12/113.00
3 (11) 98 White, Blue diamond, Blue cap, White diamond Lighterman 8
2 9-3 E J Alston S W Kelly 80/181.00
4 (6) 8 Purple and Red check, Purple sleeves, Red cap Lord Wheathill 16
2 9-3 Mrs L Williamson N Chalmers 100/1101.00
5 (10) 65 Light Green, Purple spots, sleeves and spots on cap Number One Guy 30
2 9-3 M H Tompkins S Sanders 10/111.00
6 (8) 67 BLACK, YELLOW epaulets, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK spots and spots on cap Port Hill 16
2 9-3 W M Brisbourne Liam Jones 100/1101.00
7 (5) 2 White, Dark Blue armlets and cap Prompter 23
Beaten Favourite
2 9-3 M L W Bell Hayley Turner 8/111.73
8 (2) 3 DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Realisation (USA) 16
2 9-3 M Johnston Greg Fairley 13/82.62
9 (3) 0 Orange, Maroon sash Sam Jicaro 45
2 9-3 Mrs L Williamson D Heslop (5) 100/1101.00
10 (4) 5 White, dark blue chevrons, armlets and cap Tominator 16
2 9-3 R Hollinshead C Catlin 25/126.00
11 (9) 5 Pink, Purple sash and sleeves, quartered cap Black Sapphire 16
2 8-12 Miss Amy Weaver J M O'Dwyer 25/126.00
Non runners
12 (12)56Bonasera (IRE)28-12A BerryBilly Cray


Number One Guy stepped up from his debut outing when a decent close fifth behind Dreamspeed at Sandown last month and he has to be respected for Mark Tompkins but a draw in stall 10 makes this difficult and a better bet looks to be REALISATION, who is preferred to Prompter. Michael Bell's colt made a promising debut when only beaten a head by Black Spirit in a novice stakes race at Ascot last month, running on well having been held up early on in the race. The son of Motivator should not be inconvenienced by the softer ground today and has solid claims provided that he does not loose too much ground early on in the race and having to race on the outside. Tim Easterby has his string in good heart and his runner, Jimmy The Preacher, should strip fitter for his debut at York but needs to. Reg Hollinshead's Tominator and Amy Weaver's Black Sapphire have both shown some promise on their only starts so far but not as much as the selection, Realisation. Mark Johnston's colt ran well on his debut at Haydock last month on a softish surface when staying on well to be beaten a length by Gunner Lindley. The stable's juveniles normally improve from their first start to their second and if Realisation does that then he will be hard to beat from a draw in stall two.