• 14:00 7 Bedford Row Barristers Chambers Maiden Stakes6f 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 19.45s
  • Off time: 14:00:44
14:00 Newbury Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Trade Storm 12/1
2nd Dortmund 11/10
3rd Hamlool (IRE) 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (9) Royal Blue, Orange epaulets, Orange sleeves, Royal Blue armlets, Orange cap Blue Cossack (IRE)
2 9-0 M D I Usher L P Keniry 100/1101.00
2 (16) White, red cross belts, white sleeves, red stars, red cap, yellow star Cult Classic (IRE)
2 9-0 R Hannon R L Moore 14/115.00
3 (1) 2 Royal blue Dortmund 13
2 9-0 M Al Zarooni Ahmed Ajtebi (3) 11/102.10
4 (10) Emerald green and white diamonds, purple sleeves and cap Dubarshi
2 9-0 Miss Jo Crowley I Mongan 100/1101.00
5 (14) Royal Blue, White striped sleeves, White cap Fight The Chance (IRE)
2 9-0 M R Channon K Fallon 16/117.00
6 (4) Dark Blue, Royal Blue epaulets and armlets, Pink cap Four Nations (USA)
2 9-0 Mrs A J Perrett A Kirby 100/1101.00
7 (6) Dark green, white cap, lime green star Glenavon
2 9-0 Mrs A J Perrett Jim Crowley 33/134.00
8 (11) White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Hamlool (IRE)
2 9-0 C E Brittain J Fortune 33/134.00
11 (7) Purple, Grey hooped sleeves Knox Overstreet
2 9-0 Tom Dascombe Tony Culhane 80/181.00
12 (13) Grey, Red star, armlets and cap Red Presence (IRE)
2 9-0 Tom Dascombe R Kingscote 16/117.00
13 (12) 42 Black and Orange (halved), Orange sleeves, Black armlets, Black and Orange check cap Trade Storm 23
2 9-0 J Gallagher T P Queally 12/113.00
14 (5) 73 Emerald Green, White chevrons, Red sleeves, White armlets, Red cap Uncle Dermot (IRE) 15
2 9-0 B G Powell F Sweeney 66/167.00
15 (3) Red, White sash, striped sleeves Waiter's Dream
2 9-0 B J Meehan M Dwyer 20/121.00
16 (15) 4 Red, White disc, Royal Blue sleeves and cap Welsh Dancer 33
2 9-0 R Hannon R Hughes 15/82.88
Non runners
9 (8)Hawridge Knight29-0B R MillmanNon Runner
10 (2)Johnny Castle29-0J H M GosdenW Buick


A very tricky start to the card, but with trainer Brian Meehan and John Gosden having both won this twice in the past decade we should consider Waiter's Dream and Johnny Castle, though DORTMUND gets the nod. Mahmood Al Zaroony has enjoyed a very bright start to his training career and his Dubawi colt went off 10/1 on debut at Haydock, performing very well to be just touched off over a similar trip. That was on fast ground, but his sire also acted with cut, so if the rains persist then he should still be able to travel well enough and his experience can lead to success today. Waiter's Dream is a colt by Oasis Dream, who would probably therefore prefer the rains to stay away. This trip is an ideal starting point and the market should be checked for a guide to his chance, and that of Johnny Castle. The son of Shamardal is related to winners over plenty further than this at three, though he has presumably been showing some of the speed that enabled his dam to win twice over sprint trips as a juvenile and he is respected. Fight The Chance is another son of a 6f two-year-old scorer, while Cult Classic, a Choisir colt with man-of-the-moment Ryan Moore up, and stablemate Welsh Dancer, the mount of Richard Hughes, should both get very competitive. Dortmund is marginally preferred in an informative race.