Epsom Downs

  • 14:45 E.b.f. Median Auction Maiden Stakes7f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 24.84s
  • Off time: 14:46:42
14:45 Epsom Downs Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Five Cents Evs
2nd White Devil 9/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) 06 Pink, Dark Blue chevron and star on cap Dinkie Short 12
2 9-3 W R Muir J Quinn 33/134.00
2 (2) 7239 Light Blue and Red stripes, Red sleeves, Red cap, Light Blue star Fantastic Prince 62
2 9-3 b1 P F I Cole G Baker 79 8/19.00
3 (5) 3 Royal blue Five Cents 10
2 9-3 Saeed bin Suroor Ahmed Ajtebi (3) Evs2.00
4 (3) Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Rawnaq (IRE)
2 9-3 M Johnston T P O'Shea 7/18.00
5 (1) 8 Emerald green, white cross of lorraine, armlets and cap Sir William Orpen 8
2 9-3 P Phelan Jack Mitchell (3) 33/134.00
6 (6) 934 Light Blue, White diamond, diabolo on sleeves, White cap White Devil 29
2 9-3 A M Balding David Probert 77 9/43.25


FIVE CENTS should be better for his debut and can hopefully make it an early double on the card for Saeed Bin Suroor, while there are a number with frame claims. The selection was very green here on debut, when ponderous from the stalls and just getting the hang of things towards the business end. This trip and fast ground look to be ideal and we will take him to score. Rawnaq is an interesting newcomer for Mark Johnston, though pedigree suggests that the classic age will see him to better effect, and White Devil may fare better today. A trio of tries at Sandown has seen the colt run with plenty of credit on a couple of occasions and this trip looks perfect, so we will give him due respect. Fantastic Prince is upped in distance having made the frame twice over 6f and hopefully the Cadeaux Genereux gelding can show more than when thrashed at Ascot when last seen in July. Conversely, Dinkie Shot is dropped back in trip after hanging when asked for an effort at Goodwood last time and may be better when sent handicapping over this sort of trip. Sir William Orpen will probably have to wait for future days and Five Cents can land the money.