Haydock Park

  • 18:50 Betdaq Betting Exchange Apprentice Training Series Handicap1m 3f 200y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 35.78s
  • Off time: 18:50:26
18:50 Haydock Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Ghufa (IRE) 2/1
2nd Amir Pasha (UAE) 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) 310/6 Purple, Orange star, White sleeves, Orange stars, White cap, Orange star Ubi Ace 38
4 9-10 T D Walford Luke Strong (5) 70 7/18.00
2 (3) 22-0712 Yellow, maroon hoop, hooped sleeves, maroon cap Maslak (IRE) 17
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 9-8 P W Hiatt R Clark 68 11/43.75
3 (7) 314/804 Orange, Black stars on sleeves, Black cap, Orange star Sumner (IRE) 8
Distance Winner
6 9-5 bt F Sheridan F J Hayes (5) 65 16/117.00
4 (2) 816213 White, Pink seams, White cap Ghufa (IRE) 10
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 9-2 J Pearce Sophie Silvester (5) 62 2/13.00
5 (8) 413234 PINK, PURPLE stars, sleeves and star on cap Magnitude 20
Distance Winner
5 8-11 p B P J Baugh Danny Brock (5) 57 13/27.50
6 (5) 08-3832 Light Blue, White star, Light Blue sleeves, White stars, Light Blue cap, White star Amir Pasha (UAE) 12
5 8-9 v Micky Hammond A Carter (3) 55 13/27.50
8 (6) 958-0 Light Blue, Royal Blue braces, Royal Blue cap Fabled Dancer (IRE) 16
4 8-6 E J Alston J Cavanagh 52 25/126.00
Non runners
7 (1)548886/Royal Indulgence108-7W M BrisbourneMatt Cosham53


Frank Sheridan's Sumner ran better at Kempton earlier this month having disappointed at Doncaster previously and has claims but a better bet looks to be MASLAK, who gets the vote ahead of Amir Pasha. Micky Hammond's gelding has run to a consistent level of form in his last two starts over two miles at Catterick and he has every chance on that evidence but may not appreciate the drop back in trip. Jeff Pearce's Ghufa showed improved form last month with decent efforts at Lingfield, here and at Goodwood and he has claims but is now 4lbs higher than when scoring over course and distance two outings ago and may have to settle for minor honours. Magnitude has a bit to find with Ghufa on running here last month, while Ubi Ace showed little sign of encouragement on his reappearance after a long absence at Beverley last month. The vote then goes the way of Peter Hiatt's Maslak, who has run well in both starts back on turf this season, latterly when a close up second at Windsor and he can go one better today.