Lingfield Park

  • 16:05 Bet At Maiden Stakes1m

  • Winner £2,727 2nd £805 3rd £403
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 39.14s
  • Off time: 16:08:12
16:05 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Erodium 4/5
2nd Spring Tonic 7/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 46- Grey and White check, White cap Just River 91
4 9-13 t J W Mullins L P Keniry 100/1101.00
2 (3) 4438-2 Dark Green and Light Green diamonds, Yellow sleeves, Yellow cap, Dark Green star Spring Tonic 17
4 9-13 S Dow N Callan 74 7/42.75
3 (7) 5 Black, Yellow chevron, Black sleeves, Yellow stars, Yellow cap Bit Windy 8
4 9-8 C A Dwyer J D Smith 50/151.00
4 (1) 3 Dark Blue, Pink cross belts, Dark Blue sleeves, Pink stars Jolaine 42
4 9-8 R M Beckett Jim Crowley 6/17.00
5 (5) White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Rubbamaa
4 9-8 C E Brittain T P Queally 16/117.00
6 (4) 734- White, Dark Blue cross belts, sleeves and cap Erodium 191
3 8-10 R Hannon R Hughes 75 4/51.80
8 (8) Pink, purple braces, pink sleeves, purple stars, pink cap, purple star Be Excellent
3 8-5 J Tuite L Morris 33/134.00
Non runners
7 (6)Yeager (USA)38-10J NosedaNon Runner


Spring Tonic has the best form in the book with a close-up second at Kempton last month. The downside is that he's more exposed than the likes of Jolaine and Erodium, with both of the latter pair expected to improve for today's longer trip. Tom Queally's booking for Rubbamaa takes the eye and Be Excellent is related to three winners but a speculative vote goes to fellow newcomer YEAGER. Jeremy Noseda has been relatively quiet on the all-weather this year but maintained an excellent strike rate at this track with his three-year-olds winning four times from seven outings. The Medaglia d'Oro colt may well be good enough on his debut with William Buick doing the steering.