Lingfield Park

  • 16:20 Dryhill Median Auction Maiden Stakes 6f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good (Good to Firm in places) (A/W - Standard)
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 13.52s
  • Off time: 16:23:43
16:20 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Cat Patrol 8/11
2nd Chasing Amy 9/2
3rd Strike Command (USA) 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (7) 8 Dark Green, White stripe, Pink and White hooped sleeves, striped cap Baby Josr 15
2 9-3 t1 I A Wood Catherine Gannon 25/126.00
3 (6) 9 Green, yellow cross belts, collar and cuffs, hooped cap Clerk's Choice (IRE) 77
2 9-3 W Jarvis J-P Guillambert 8/19.00
4 (1) Yellow and White (halved), halved sleeves, quartered cap Fortunate Bid (IRE)
2 9-3 B W Hills W Buick 11/112.00
5 (2) 0 Royal Blue, White braces, Emerald Green sleeves, White armlets Igotim 18
2 9-3 J Gallagher Jim Crowley 66/167.00
6 (5) LIGHT BLUE, BLACK seams, LIGHT BLUE sleeves, hooped cap May Need A Spell
2 9-3 J G M O'Shea L Morris (3) 50/151.00
7 (3) 08 Yellow, Black diamond and sleeves, Red cap Strike Command (USA) 17
2 9-3 R Charlton S J Drowne 10/111.00
8 (8) 026 Pink, White sleeves Cat Patrol 13
2 8-12 H J L Dunlop E Ahern 8/111.73
9 (9) 35 White, Emerald Green diamond and armlets, quartered cap Chasing Amy 10
2 8-12 M G Quinlan S W Kelly 9/25.50
10 (12) Red and Yellow stripes Indian Tonic (IRE)
2 8-12 W Jarvis A Munro 14/115.00
11 (11) Pink, Emerald Green epaulets and armlets, hooped cap Kutanga (USA)
2 8-12 R M H Cowell O Urbina 20/121.00
12 (4) Emerald Green, Yellow epaulets, hooped sleeves, quartered cap Piccolinda
2 8-12 W R Muir M Dwyer 33/134.00
Non runners
2 (10)Caerus (USA)29-3W J Knight Doubtful


There's less to go on in the second division and it would appear to be the weaker race. Cat Patrol sets the standard but this could go to a newcomer and CAERUS may be the one to get his career off to a winning start. Cat Patrol ran as well as could have been expected in a Listed race last time having previously finished second over five furlongs at this track. He should relish the sixth furlong and his experience will come in handy. Strike Command may benefit from the switch to racing on this surface but he hasn't achieved a great deal to date and Chasing Amy would also appear vulnerable. Fortunate Bid has to be respected but it's also well worth considering Kutanga who's related to sprint winners in the States but we're going to side with Caerus. Four of William Knight's nine juvenile winners have come at this track with a level stakes profit in excess of a hundred pounds; that alone is enough to make the sixty thousand dollar purchase of interest here before his useful American pedigree is considered. His wide draw is a negative but it looks well worth taking a chance with Caerus in a race that may not take a great deal of winning. (Ian Ogg)