Haydock Park

  • 14:00 Totescoop6 Spring Trophy Stakes 7f 30y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 29.35s
  • Off time: 14:00:59
14:00 Haydock Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Lovelace 3/1
2nd Mia's Boy 7/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (7) 302334- Grey, beige star, grey sleeves, beige stars and stars on cap Georgebernardshaw (IRE) 263
Distance Winner
5 9-7 D M Simcock N Callan 105 12/113.00
2 (3) 755931 White, Royal Blue cross belts, check sleeves, White cap, Royal Blue spots Lovelace 12
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 9-7 D Nicholls Adrian Nicholls 105 3/14.00
3 (1) 2922-48 Royal blue Marching (AUS) 64
6 9-7 M Al Zarooni T E Durcan 107 15/28.50
4 (5) 212-262 Orange and White (quartered), Orange sleeves Mia's Boy 21
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 9-7 C A Dwyer D Holland 105 7/42.75
5 (2) 762188- Royal Blue, Yellow sash Ordnance Row 218
Distance Winner
7 9-7 R Hannon P J Dobbs 112 6/17.00
6 (4) 466868- Purple, Mauve chevron, chevrons on sleeves, hooped cap Tombi (USA) 217
6 9-7 J Howard Johnson T Hamilton 103 8/19.00
7 (6) 5/6810P- Dark Blue and Orange (quartered), Orange sleeves, Dark Blue stars, Orange cap, Dark Blue star Welsh Emperor (IRE) 196
Course WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
11 9-7 T P Tate M Fenton 105 20/121.00


Lovelace had more in hand than the winning margin might suggest at Newcastle last month but this is a better race and he is taken on with ORDNANCE ROW, although Marching looks an interesting rival as well. Richard Hannon's gelding put in two shockers behind Confront at the end of last season but he had plenty of races and was perhaps coming to the end of his tether. Fresh after a winter break he should have more to give and with a solid record at this time of year it's entirely plausible that he can win his ninth race of an excellent career. Mia's Boy won't mind what the weather does and comes here in great form after a second to Fanunalter at Doncaster, Tombi was well-thought-of as a youngster but 2009 was another hit-and-miss year for him, so a bigger threat may be Welsh Emperor who can be a hard front-runner to pass when on song. Marching was not in scintillating form in Dubai over the winter but his yard have made a bright start to training over here and he is far from discounted, along with Georgebernardshaw. He was last seen tailed off in the Juddemonte International at York but has since joined a new yard and may yet fulfil his potential over this more realistic trip. Nothing rock solid here, but a chance is taken on Ordnance Row.