Haydock Park

  • 19:20 Best Horseracing Sky Channel 432 Maiden Stakes6f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 13.44s
  • Off time: 19:20:45
19:20 Haydock Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Al Aasifh (IRE) 2/5
2nd Falkland Flyer (IRE) 9/1
3rd Fred Willetts (IRE) 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (8) 3 Royal blue Al Aasifh (IRE) 39
2 9-0 Saeed bin Suroor L Dettori 2/51.40
2 (3) YELLOW, PURPLE hoops and armlets, hooped cap Cotton Spirit
2 9-0 R A Fahey P Hanagan 16/117.00
3 (5) Royal Blue, Yellow sash Elusivity (IRE)
2 9-0 R Hannon P J Dobbs 6/17.00
4 (6) 3 Black, White hollow box, diabolo on sleeves Falkland Flyer (IRE) 6
2 9-0 M R Channon A Munro 9/110.00
6 (4) 002 Light Blue and Maroon diamonds Fred Willetts (IRE) 26
2 9-0 P D Evans Andrew Heffernan (3) 33/134.00
7 (10) 4 Black and White (quartered), Emerald Green collar and sleeves, White cap Indian Ballad (IRE) 33
2 9-0 E S McMahon Graham Gibbons 16/117.00
8 (7) Light Blue and White diamonds, White sleeves, White cap, Red spots Marster Parkes
2 9-0 E J Alston S W Kelly 50/151.00
9 (9) 5 Light Blue and Red diamonds, Light Blue sleeves, Red cap, Light Blue diamond Red Marling (IRE) 55
2 9-0 B W Hills Paul Eddery 12/113.00
10 (1) 6 Beige, Yellow diamond Save The Bees 15
2 9-0 I W McInnes P McDonald 100/1101.00
Non runners
5 (2)Firstknight29-0Tom DascombeNon Runner


Saeed Bin Suroor's Al Aasifh made a pleasing debut at Newmarket last month and has to be respected following that performance but a doubt remains over the general form of the yard's runners and a better bet may be ELUSIVITY, who can give Richard Hannon another juvenile winner with the main danger rated as Cotton Spirit. Richard Fahey's son of Araafa makes his debut today but the stable have their horses in good from so lack of a previous run need not be of concern and he has to be considered. Mick Channon's Falkland Flyer made a pleasing debut at Bath earlier this month when third behind Black Moth and he should have learned from that effort so makes more appeal than the David Evans-trained Fred Willetts, who has had the benefit of having had three runs already but is becoming expensive to follow. The vote though goes the way of another newcomer, Richard Hannon's Elusivity, who is well bred being by Elusive City and represents a yard that can do little wrong with their two-year-olds this term.