Hamilton Park

  • 18:20 E.b.f. Maiden Stakes5f 4y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 0.92s
  • Off time: 18:20:45
18:20 Hamilton Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Corporal Maddox 4/6
2nd Trinder 11/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (5) 5 Black and White check, Light Blue sleeves and cap Cambuslang (IRE) 14
2 9-3 I Semple Neil Brown (3) 5/23.50
2 (3) 4 Emerald Green, White chevron, White sleeves, Emerald Green armlets, Red cap Corporal Maddox 37
2 9-3 K R Burke Jim Crowley 4/61.67
3 (4) 6 Dark Blue, Yellow disc, Yellow sleeves, Dark Blue armlets, Dark Blue cap, Yellow spots Lord's Seat 14
2 9-3 A Berry S O'Hara (5) 16/117.00
4 (2) Purple, Light Green spots Ariel Bender
2 9-0 Peter Grayson A Heffernan (7) 50/151.00
5 (1) Dark Blue, White sash and armlets, Red cap Trinder
2 9-0 R A Fahey T Hamilton 11/26.50


TRINDER is a well related colt who gets the nod here, while Corporal Maddox can show up well. Debutant Trinder is a half-brother to smart juvenile Right Answer and another winner at this age in Twenty Questions, and is therefore likely to be able to show some ability. Trip and ground are ideal for starters, the yard remains on good form and we will side with him. Corporal Maddox was very green when making his first racecourse outing at Nottingham last month, finishing almost seven lengths adrift of winner Star Rover. Even so, the form of that race has worked out well, with the winner going on to add two more quick successes to his CV, and so there should be plenty more to come from Karl Burke┬┐s colt. Cambuslang and Lord's Seat were both given a quiet introduction at Musselburgh and the former should come on plenty for that, having done all his best work at the business end, but we'll side with Trinder.