• 15:20 Sunley Criterion Stakes 7f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm, Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 24.74s
  • Off time: 15:22:18
15:20 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Premio Loco (USA) 25/1
2nd Red Jazz (USA) 13/8


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) 1211-57 Orange, Black diamond, halved sleeves Premio Loco (USA) 127
Distance Winner
6 9-11 C F Wall Jack Mitchell 115 25/126.00
2 (9) 329115- Royal blue Ashram (IRE) 252
Beaten FavouriteDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
4 9-3 v Saeed bin Suroor T E Durcan 113 8/19.00
3 (8) 060150 ORANGE, BLACK hoop, WHITE cap Beauchamp Xerxes 8
4 9-3 G A Butler Hayley Turner 103 25/126.00
4 (6) 317-342 Red, White hoops, diamonds on sleeves, White cap, Red diamond Doncaster Rover (USA) 28
4 9-3 D H Brown S J Drowne 112 9/25.50
5 (1) 293-214 Light Blue, Yellow hoop and armlets, Yellow cap, Light Blue diamond Fanunalter 27
4 9-3 M Botti J P Spencer 106 12/113.00
7 (7) 111-123 Yellow, large Black spots and spots on cap Mabait 22
Distance Winner
4 9-3 L M Cumani K Fallon 108 5/23.50
9 (4) 73-1822 Light Blue and Red diamonds, Light Blue sleeves, Red cap, Light Blue diamond Red Jazz (USA) 10
Distance Winner
3 8-8 B W Hills Michael Hills 113 13/82.62
Non runners
6 (2)1515-14King of Dixie (USA)69-3W J KnightS W Kelly109
8 (3)6119-09Jeninsky (USA)59-0Rae GuestT P Queally90


It will be interesting to see how Saeed Bin Suroor's Ashram performs on his seasonal reappearance having won a Listed race at Newbury last autumn prior to failing to justify market favouritism in the Challenge Stakes on his final start but the three-year-old RED JAZZ probably only needs to reproduce the form of his latest effort in the Jersey Stakes to win this and he gets the verdict ahead of Mabait. Luca Cumani's colt showed progressive form last term in handicaps and carried that improvement through to this season with a reappearance success at Sandown prior to decent efforts in defeat in when second in the Victoria Cup and third in the Group 3 Diadem Stakes. Any further improvement will make the son of Kyllachy the main danger to the selection. David Brown's Doncaster Rover deserves to get his head in front following some respectable placed efforts but he may have to settle for minor honours again. Marco Botti's Fanunalter was not disgraced in a Group 2 race in Italy last time and he has place claims, while Premio Loco is capable of taking a hand in the finish but is likely to struggle under his penalty. The vote though goes the way of the Barry Hills-trained Red Jazz, who has improved with each start this term and he can go one better than when narrowly beaten in the Jersey Stakes.