• 15:50 Robert Sangster Memorial Maiden Fillies' Stakes 1m 2f 6y

  • Winner £4,533 2nd £1,349 3rd £674 4th £337
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 7.73s
  • Off time: 15:50:56
15:50 Newbury Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Dancing Rain (IRE) 7/2
2nd Highest 7/1
3rd Tasheyaat 5/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (3) Green, pink sash and cap, white sleeves All Time
3 9-0 Sir H R A Cecil T P Queally 6/17.00
2 (11) 65 ORANGE, BLACK hoop, WHITE cap Beauchamp Zest 27
3 9-0 t H Adielsson James Doyle 66/167.00
3 (5) Maroon and Royal Blue (quartered), Maroon sleeves, Royal Blue armlets, Royal Blue cap, Maroon star Cape Princess
3 9-0 M L W Bell J P Spencer 14/115.00
4 (1) 2- Emerald green, red epaulets, diabolo on sleeves, red cap Dancing Rain (IRE) 178
3 9-0 W J Haggas K Fallon 7/24.50
5 (9) Mauve, dark blue cross belts, red cap Dawn Gale (IRE)
3 9-0 H Morrison S J Drowne 50/151.00
6 (4) Terracotta, Black cap Golden City (IRE)
3 9-0 C F Wall Jack Mitchell 100/1101.00
7 (10) 04- Dark Green, Yellow hoop, Yellow cap Highest 198
Beaten Favourite
3 9-0 J H M Gosden W Buick 7/18.00
8 (8) 80- Red and Yellow (halved), White cap Miss Topsy Turvy (IRE) 174
3 9-0 J L Dunlop T E Durcan 66/167.00
9 (7) 53- Light blue, black and light blue striped sleeves and cap Monicalew 146
3 9-0 W R Swinburn A Kirby 33/134.00
10 (2) 2- Yellow and Purple (quartered), Purple sleeves, Yellow stars Sunday Bess (JPN) 169
3 9-0 Tom Dascombe R Kingscote 11/43.75
11 (6) 3 Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Tasheyaat 20
3 9-0 B W Hills R Hills 5/23.50


All Time is a full sister to the classy pair Passage Of Time and Father Time so would be of obvious interest if attracting market support on her introduction. But most of her rivals have had the benefit of a run and a few have hinted at above-average ability. Dancing Rain showed promise when runner-up on her debut at Yarmouth in October and Sunday Bess was only beaten a nose on her debut on the Polytrack at Lingfield, while Highest was a beaten favourite at Nottingham in September. The vote, however, goes to TASHEYAAT who didn't enjoy much luck in running when a close-up third on her debut at Lingfield last month. The winner and second have both won since so the form has a solid look about it and Barry Hills' filly can open her account today.