• 14:30 Family And Friends Of Francis Hamilton Memorial E.B.F Maiden Stakes6f

  • Winner £4,528 2nd £1,348 3rd £673 4th £337
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 19.09s
  • Off time: 14:33:03
14:30 Pontefract Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st New Bidder 6/1
2nd Captain Midnight (IRE) 8/1
3rd Tancred (IRE) 5/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) Red, Red cap, White spots Abbey Village (IRE)
2 9-5 R A Fahey Lee Topliss 15/28.50
2 (6) 9 DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Bow Creek (IRE) 60
2 9-5 M Johnston F Norton 7/24.50
3 (11) 33923 Black, Mauve triple diamond and sleeves, Mauve cap, Black diamond Captain Midnight (IRE) 10
2 9-5 D H Brown G Lee 71 8/19.00
4 (7) 6 Royal blue, white cross belts, halved sleeves and diamond on cap Celtic Ice (IRE) 59
2 9-5 A J McCabe D E Egan (3) 66/167.00
5 (3) 60 White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Desert Colours 12
2 9-5 K A Ryan D Nolan 50/151.00
6 (4) 65 Red and light green diamonds, red sleeves, light green armlets and diamond on cap New Bidder 74
2 9-5 Jedd O'Keeffe R Kennemore 6/17.00
7 (8) ROYAL BLUE, BEIGE hoop Oriental Dream (IRE)
2 9-5 N Tinkler P Makin 25/126.00
8 (1) White, royal blue seams, royal blue and white striped sleeves, yellow cap Paddy's Rock (IRE)
2 9-5 Mrs A Duffield D Swift 25/126.00
9 (10) 7 Royal Blue, large Yellow spots, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue spots, Royal Blue cap, Yellow spots Silvercombe 9
2 9-5 S Kirk Liam Jones 40/141.00
10 (5) 6 White, red cross of lorraine, red cap Tancred (IRE) 74
2 9-5 P W Chapple-Hyam Dane O'Neill 5/23.50
11 (9) 3 Dark Blue, White stars and sleeves, Red cap Souville 34
2 9-0 C F Wall S Sanders 6/17.00


Captain Midnight has had too many chances and may have to wait for a nursery to get off the mark. SOUVILLE is by Dalakhani so it was a surprise when she showed such good speed on her debut at Haydock where she would have finished even closer with a clear run. That experience won't have been lost on her and she can make her allowance count. Tancred wasn't fancied at York in May but caught the eye with an encouraging effort and looks certain to do better. New Bidder, who finished just in front of him, already had a run under his belt and may not confirm the form. Richard Fahey unleashes the 80,000gns yearling Abbey Village, a half-brother to six winners including the stable's high-class juvenile Wootton Bassett.