• 13:25 Sakhee Oh So Sharp Stakes 7f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 23.90s
  • Off time: 13:28:05
13:25 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tabassum (IRE) 5/2
2nd Electric Feel 12/1
3rd Hasty (IRE) 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (6) 120 White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Amary (IRE) 13
2 8-12 C E Brittain N Callan 89 20/121.00
2 (3) 3215 Emerald Green, Red sash, Yellow sleeves and cap Bella Swan 34
2 8-12 W R Swinburn A Kirby 84 7/18.00
3 (8) 212 Red, Dark Blue hoop and armlets, hooped cap Blue Maiden 55
2 8-12 P J McBride E Creighton 105 2/13.00
4 (5) 118554 Red, Emerald Green triple diamond, armlets and diamond on cap Crown (IRE) 42
2 8-12 R Hannon R Hughes 89 20/121.00
5 (1) 163 White, purple hoop Electric Feel 97
Course Winner
2 8-12 M Botti M Dwyer 12/113.00
6 (4) 014 Green, pink sash and cap, white sleeves Fairy Promises (USA) 16
2 8-12 Pat Eddery S Pasquier 79 50/151.00
7 (7) 52215 Royal Blue, White seams, chevrons on sleeves, White cap Hasty (IRE) 22
Distance Winner
2 8-12 B W Hills Michael Hills 88 10/111.00
10 (2) 1 Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Tabassum (IRE) 55
Distance Winner
2 8-12 Sir Michael Stoute R Hills 5/23.50
Non runners
8 (10)1Pipette28-12A M BaldingW Buick
9 (9)182Sweet Sonnet (USA)28-12Saeed bin SuroorL Dettori100


Blue Maiden has the highest rating of those to have earned one following her fine second when belying odds of 66/1 in the Sweet Solera Stakes behind Long Lashes here in August and she has to be respected but it may be worth taking a chance with TABASSUM, who gets the vote over Sweet Sonnet. Saeed Bin Suroor's filly disappointed in the Albany Stakes but ran much better when chasing home Shamandar on a soft surface at Salisbury last time. The faster ground today should not inconvenience the son of Seeking The Gold and she has to be considered. Richard Hannon's Crown is more experienced than most of these but has been well held in Group 2 races previously and she looks best watched. The Barry Hills-trained Hasty needs to improve to trouble the judge and of more interest may be Pipette. Andrew Balding's filly created a favourable impression when making a winning debut when scoring on soft ground at Salisbury last month and she has claims on the faster surface today. She is not certain to handle the better ground this afternoon though and preference is for another debut winner, Tabassum. Sir Michael Stoute's filly ran on well when making that successful start to her career here in August, looking one to keep on the right side of and she is taken to make the transition to group company in her stride.