Lingfield Park

  • 14:30 Blue Square International Trial Here On Saturday Maiden Stakes 7f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 26.30s
  • Off time: 14:31:13
14:30 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Falakee 9/1
2nd Soho Theatre 10/1
3rd Frequency 1/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) Yellow, Red chevrons, Red sleeves, Yellow diamonds, Black cap Captain John Nixon
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3 9-3 Pat Eddery D Holland 12/113.00
2 (7) 0- Emerald Green and White diabolo, White sleeves, quartered cap Falakee 166
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3 9-3 P W Chapple-Hyam R L Moore 9/110.00
3 (2) 72- EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW stripe, YELLOW cap Frequency 169
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3 9-3 E A L Dunlop K Fallon 1/21.50
4 (6) Purple, Yellow hoops Mush Mir (IRE)
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3 9-3 J R Boyle P Cosgrave 33/134.00
5 (5) 0537- Royal Blue and Pink diamonds, Royal Blue sleeves, Pink armlets, Pink cap Soho Theatre 162
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3 9-3 p1 D R C Elsworth Dane O'Neill 74 10/111.00
6 (8) 60 Purple, White diamonds on sleeves, check cap Southern Cape (IRE) 13
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3 9-3 D J Coakley J Quinn 33/134.00
7 (10) 0-6 Royal Blue, Red epaulets, striped cap Stay On Track (IRE) 9
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3 9-3 E F Vaughan L P Keniry 25/126.00
8 (1) Red, Light Blue epaulets Togoaviking
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3 9-3 W J Haggas Liam Jones 8/19.00
9 (9) 7-0 Dark Blue, Royal Blue epaulets Annacaboe (IRE) 35
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3 8-12 D K Ivory A McCarthy 100/1101.00
10 (11) 700- Dark Blue, Pink Cross of Lorraine and cap No Complaining (IRE) 162
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3 8-12 B Curley J M O'Dwyer 40 50/151.00
11 (4) Red, white triple diamond, red sleeves, white spots, red cap, white diamond Sula Two
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3 8-12 R J Hodges S J Drowne 66/167.00


FREQUENCY is the form pick to break his maiden tag at the expense of Togoaviking and Captain John Nixon. The selection improved on his debut outing to finish second to Oil Strike on his latest start in October. He looks a horse with a promising future and with luck in running he will not be far away come the business end of the race. Togoaviking is a well bred newcomer by Cape Cross. Willie Haggas has a good record with his debutants so any market moves should noted. The same can be said about Captain John Nixon who has his debut outing this afternoon and the market will be the best guide to his chances. Frequency has the benefit of experience and can put that to use by breaking his maiden tag at the third attempt.