Haydock Park

  • 19:20 Silk Mill Bar Ripponden Maiden Stakes7f

  • Winner £2,588 2nd £770 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 30.39s
  • Off time: 19:20:44
19:20 Haydock Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Washaar (IRE) 5/2
2nd Sir Jack Layden 9/4
3rd Tiger Twenty Two 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (8) Lime Green Broadcaster (IRE)
2 9-0 E S McMahon S M Levey 14/115.00
2 (7) Black, White hoops, Royal Blue cap, White star Chinese Jade
2 9-0 Sir Mark Prescott C Catlin 16/117.00
3 (3) 6 RED, WHITE sleeves, BLUE and WHITE striped cap Fire Fighting (IRE) 23
2 9-0 M Johnston J Fanning 11/112.00
4 (4) 9 Emerald green, grey spots Network Perfection 21
2 9-0 M W Easterby P Mulrennan 100/1101.00
5 (1) 7 Yellow, Black cross belts, Halved sleeves, Black cap Sir Jack Layden 19
2 9-0 D H Brown P McDonald 9/43.25
6 (2) Light Blue, Dark Blue triple diamond The Kid
2 9-0 Tom Dascombe R Kingscote 6/17.00
7 (5) 39 YELLOW, royal blue stars, striped sleeves, yellow cap Tiger Twenty Two 19
2 9-0 R A Fahey Lee Topliss (3) 5/16.00
8 (6) Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Washaar (IRE)
2 9-0 R Hannon P Hanagan 5/23.50


Tiger Twenty Two made a promising start at York in soft ground but disappointed on faster going at the same track last time when finishing behind seventh-placed Sir Jack Layden. The latter may handle today's underfoot conditions better and makes more appeal than Fire Fighting, but this can go to a newcomer. Washaar and Chinese Jade are both worth a second glance in the betting and make more appeal than The Kid but the vote goes to BROADCASTER. He's a half-brother to numerous winners and his trainer's good strike rate at this track boosts confidence in his chances of making a winning debut.