Newmarket

  • 16:40 ebm-papst Feilden Stakes 1m 1f

  • Winner £20,983 2nd £7,955 3rd £3,981 4th £1,983
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 51.60s
  • Off time: 16:44:02
16:40 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st True Story 5/2
2nd Obliterator (IRE) 15/8
3rd Truth Or Dare 16/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 142129- Maroon, Black epaulets Somewhat (USA) 172
3 9-3 M Johnston J Fanning 112 15/28.50
2 (2) 125-2 Dark Blue, Yellow chevron hoop, Yellow cap Barley Mow (IRE) 11
Beaten Favourite
3 9-0 R Hannon R L Moore 110 13/27.50
3 (9) 8214- Black, light blue star and armlets, light blue cap, black star Cordite (IRE) 172
3 9-0 M Appleby A Mullen 94 20/121.00
4 (4) 21- Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Madeed 236
3 9-0 B J Meehan P Hanagan 89 14/115.00
5 (3) 251- Light blue, red chevron, dark blue sleeves, white stars, light blue cap, red star Master The World (IRE) 202
Course Winner
3 9-0 D R C Elsworth L P Keniry 92 20/121.00
6 (5) 1- Claret, gold braid, claret sleeves and cap Obliterator (IRE) 214
3 9-0 G M Lyons J P Spencer 15/82.88
7 (10) 4436-1 White, Grey sleeves, Black stars, Black cap Rock 'n' Roll Star 75
Distance Winner
3 9-0 P W Chapple-Hyam L Morris 80 66/167.00
8 (6) 42135- Dark blue, large yellow spots Stormardal (IRE) 186
3 9-0 I Mohammed W Buick 93 40/141.00
9 (8) 21- Royal blue True Story 278
3 9-0 Saeed bin Suroor S De Sousa 100 5/23.50
10 (7) 62113- Black, White seams and armlets, Red cap Truth Or Dare 186
3 9-0 R Hannon M Dwyer 107 16/117.00

Verdict

Somewhat finished second in the Royal Lodge to Berkshire before a below par effort in soft ground. Mark Johnston has good record in this and sent out Bow Creek to beat Barley Mow at Lingfield recently so has a good line on the form. Saying that, Ryan Moore still prefers Barley Mow to stablemate Truth Or Dare and much better is expected from the former today. True Story, Madeed and Master The World all ended last season with victories in maidens and step up in class, as does the Irish raider OBLITERATOR. His win at the Curragh looks nothing special on paper, but he was put away for the rest of the season after that success and a string of fancy entries suggest Ger Lyons holds him in high regard.