• 16:05 Tote Enter Now EBF Stallions Maiden Stakes1m 4f 100y

  • Winner £5,175 2nd £1,540 3rd £770 4th £385
  • Going: Good to Firm (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 44.78s
  • Off time: 16:05:55
16:05 Musselburgh Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Alex My Boy (IRE) Evs
2nd New Tarabela 7/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) White, Black hoop, Red sleeves and cap Haames (IRE)
7 10-0 K A Morgan G Lee 25/126.00
2 (2) Light Blue, Dark Blue cross belts, hooped sleeves Classic Orange 196
4 9-8 S Waugh G Whillans (5) 100/1101.00
3 (1) Pink, light blue sleeves, pink armlets Molly Cat 16
Beaten Favourite
4 9-8 G A Swinbank Ben Curtis 11/26.50
4 (6) 2- Royal Blue, White striped sleeves, White cap Alex My Boy (IRE) 187
3 8-8 M Johnston J Fanning Evs2.00
5 (5) 5422 Yellow, Black sash, Black sleeves, Yellow armlets, Yellow cap, Black star New Tarabela 17
3 8-8 J Tate L Morris 77 7/42.75
6 (4) 7- Black, emerald green stripe, black sleeves, emerald green stars, black cap, emerald green star Petite Madame (IRE) 195
3 8-3 Mrs A Duffield P McDonald 40/141.00


New Tarabela did make steady if unspectacular progress on the all-weather during the winter but now faces a difficult task to break his maiden for James Tate. He obviously enjoys a fitness edge over the once-raced ALEX MY BOY but the latter, a son of Dalakhani, is much preferred as he seems sure to really come into his own this season if his pedigree is any thing to go by. Mark Johnston's colt showed plenty of promise on his sole juvenile outing when runner-up to the potentially useful Gothic at Leicester and is expected to prove too classy. It is worth noting that Alan Swinbank often does very nicely with bumper horses switched to the Flat and Molly Cat, a winner at Wetherby in January and not disgraced in better grade since, could well be an interesting contender.