• 15:00 Unison & Frizzell 'car Insurance' Handicap1m 2f 60y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 6.76s
  • Off time: 15:02:03
15:00 Doncaster Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Jack Dawkins (USA) 10/3
2nd Hevelius 7/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
5 (6) 11/203-9 White, Pink epaulets Jack Dawkins (USA) 35
Course Winner
4 9-0 Sir H R A Cecil I Mongan 90 10/34.33
6 (7) 551-411 Beige, Dark Blue triple diamond, Dark Blue cap Wind Star 3 (ex6)
Distance Winner
6 8-13 G A Swinbank P McDonald 83 11/43.75
7 (10) 249-221 Red, Grey triple diamond Granston (IRE) 22
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 8-11 J D Bethell Louis Beuzelin (5) 87 9/25.50
8 (2) 61- Red and Black (quartered), White and Black halved sleeves Hevelius 326
Distance Winner
4 8-10 W R Swinburn Tony Culhane 86 7/18.00
9 (3) 3-35905 White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Bazergan (IRE) 28
Distance Winner
4 8-10 pt C E Brittain J Fanning 86 4/15.00
10 (1) 02253-0 White, Navy Blue cap, White spots St Jean Cap Ferrat 32
Distance Winner
4 8-10 v P J Hobbs P J Dobbs 86 14/115.00
11 (5) 00690-9 Orange, yellow chevrons, diamonds on sleeves, check cap Charlie Tokyo (IRE) 15
Distance Winner
6 8-10 v R A Fahey Jamie Moriarty 86 16/117.00
Non runners
1 (8)1-Covert Ambition49-4Saeed bin SuroorAhmed Ajtebi94
2 (11)757-307Whitcombe Minister (USA)49-2M BottiAndrea Atzeni92
3 (12)01523-2Final Verse69-2M SalamanP Cosgrave92
4 (4)500-257Fanjura (IRE)49-2B W HillsR Hills92
12 (9)471-409Best Prospect (IRE)78-9M DodsP Makin85


COVERT AMBITION was a winner on his debut last October and is tipped to score at the main expense of Wind Star and Final Verse. The selection, whose dam developed into top-class mare, represents the Godolphin yard and he came home an impressive winner when last seen. The colt is a good looking sort and he should be capable of holding his own in this better company. Wind Star is in superb heart of late, winning at the last two attempts. The gelding's ability to find a change of gear at the business end will continue to stand him in good stead here, as will the forecast easy ground. Final Verse a Listed winner in the past for Sir Michael Stoute, is only 1lb above his last winning mark and ran well on this seasonal debut last time. His current trainer clearly has him in good heart. Granston has been in good order since reappearing and has done well on his recent Doncaster efforts but a rise in the weights looks to have halted any hopes of a follow up. Walter Swinburn's Hevelius looks best of the remainder. The colt was a winner over this trip when last seen, but that was almost a year ago though and he may need the run out here. A market should reveal anything worth knowing about the rest, but for us Covert Ambition looks best.