• 14:00 Anglo Hibernian Bloodstock Insurance E.b.f. Maiden Stakes1m

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 38.17s
  • Off time: 14:03:47
14:00 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Invincible Soul (IRE) 7/1
2nd Fair Trade 40/1
3rd Munsarim (IRE) 7/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (10) 1 Grey, Pink epaulets, quartered cap Fair Trade
2 9-3 D R C Elsworth E Ahern 40/141.00
2 (8) 883 Royal Blue, Emerald Green sleeves, Red cap Invincible Soul (IRE) 14
2 9-3 R Hannon R Hughes 77 7/18.00
3 (2) 2 Royal blue Judiciary (IRE) 16
2 9-3 Saeed bin Suroor L Dettori 9/25.50
4 (3) Royal Blue, Royal Blue cap, Red star Mejd (IRE)
2 9-3 M R Channon C Catlin 100/1101.00
5 (9) 34 Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Munsarim (IRE) 36
2 9-3 J L Dunlop T P O'Shea 7/18.00
6 (11) Pale Blue, White and Yellow check cap Nibani (IRE)
2 9-3 Sir Michael Stoute R L Moore 20/121.00
7 (13) Yellow, black sash, white sleeves, black and white quartered cap Pekan Three (IRE)
2 9-3 P F I Cole N Callan 16/117.00
8 (6) 549 Red, green hoops, yellow cap green hoop Rasselas (IRE) 13
2 9-3 B W Hills Michael Hills 83 11/112.00
9 (5) Burgundy, yellow ball, burgundy cap Sour Mash (IRE)
2 9-3 L M Cumani K Fallon 18/119.00
10 (1) 3 Light blue, dark blue armlets, dark blue cap Theology 15
2 9-3 J Noseda S W Kelly 13/27.50
11 (12) 2 Yellow, Black and Yellow striped sleeves, White cap William Van Gogh 15
2 9-3 J H M Gosden J Fortune 5/23.50
12 (7) Mauve, White stars Yorksters Prince (IRE)
2 9-3 M G Quinlan R Winston 100/1101.00
13 (4) Royal blue, white epaulets, black cap Fatanah (IRE)
2 8-12 M P Tregoning T E Durcan 33/134.00


Judiciary made a pleasing debut for Saeed Bin Suroor when chasing home Arlequin in a Newcastle maiden on his debut last month and he has solid claims with the stable having done particularly well with their two-year-olds this season but there was plenty to like about the first start of WILLIAM VAN GOGH and he is preferred, getting the vote ahead of Munsarim. John Dunlop's colt has shown a decent level of form in both starts so far, latterly when a close third behind Coordinated Cut at Doncaster last month and he should be thereabouts again judged by that performance. Richard Hannon's Invincible Soul ran better at Newmarket last time and has to be considered as does Paul Cole's Pekan Three, who makes plenty of appeal on pedigree but he may prefer further. Nibani is an interesting newcomer from Sir Michael Stoute's stable but the son of Dalakhani is stoutly bred and is probably going to do better over middle distances next season. Luca Cumani's Sour Mash is another potentially interesting newcomer, while Rasselas has shown a reasonable level of form for Barry Hills and has to be considered. Jeremy Noseda's Theology ran well first time up at Newmarket earlier this month and would have every chance if able to build on that effort but it is hard to get away from William Van Gogh, who finished in front of him at Newmarket. John Gosden's colt made a highly encouraging first start when chasing home Fareej in what looked a decent maiden and, with the slightly softer surface likely to suit the son of Dansili, he looks the one to beat.