• 15:55 WT's Snooker And Sporting Club Conditions Stakes1m 2f

  • Winner £12,450 2nd £3,728 3rd £1,864 4th £932
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 6.74s
  • Off time: 15:55:32
15:55 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st French Navy Evs
2nd Joshua Tree (IRE) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 10-4124 Black, silver collar and stripe, black sleeves, silver cuffs Joshua Tree (IRE) 114
4 9-11 M Botti S Sanders 114 3/14.00
2 (4) 31-2123 Yellow, royal blue chevron, royal blue cap Mahbooba (AUS) 140
4 9-5 b1 M F De Kock S W Kelly 110 4/15.00
3 (6) 203-339 Royal blue, white cap Age of Reason (UAE) 156
6 9-1 Saeed bin Suroor T E Durcan 108 17/29.50
4 (3) 4/6-3506 Royal Blue, Red cap Caymans (AUS) 49
6 9-1 Saeed bin Suroor Dane O'Neill 105 20/121.00
6 (5) 1115- Royal blue French Navy 286
Beaten Favourite
3 8-9 M Al Zarooni K Fallon 110 Evs2.00
Non runners
5 (1)68-0541Classic Punch (IRE)89-1D R C ElsworthD Holland99


A temporary respite from huge fields of handicappers but this is complicated by the presence of FRENCH NAVY, having his first start for Mahmood Al Zarooni. A Group 3 winner at Longchamp in September, he started favourite for the Group 1 Criterium at Saint-Cloud a month later but couldn't handle the heavy ground and hasn't been seen since. Godolphin also run Age Of Reason, who surely needs further, and the ex-Australian Caymans, who ran well at Meydan earlier this year but poorly on his UK debut at Windsor in June. Mahbooba adds further factors to the equation as Mike De Kock's filly, a Group 1 winner in her native South Africa, has her first start in this country after her exploits in Dubai where she landed the UAE 1000 Guineas, finished runner-up in the Oaks and third in the Derby. Joshua Tree, who won the Canadian International for Ballydoyle in October for which he is heavily penalised, has been racing in Qatar and returns to be trained by Marco Botti and might just need the run while Classic Punch, though certain to be fitter than most, might find the competition too hot.