Redcar

  • 14:10 British Stallion Studs EBF Yorkshire Regiment Maiden Stakes7f

  • Winner £3,234 2nd £962 3rd £481 4th £240
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 26.55s
  • Off time: 14:12:50
14:10 Redcar Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Spring Offensive (IRE) 3/1
2nd Indelible Ink (IRE) 2/1
3rd Al Rayyan (IRE) 9/2

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (13) 4 Emerald green, orange hoop and sleeves Al Rayyan (IRE) 60
2 9-5 K A Ryan S De Sousa 9/25.50
2 (3) Light Green and Purple stripes, Light Green sleeves, Purple armlets, quartered cap Baron Spikey (IRE)
2 9-5 Mrs A Duffield P McDonald 25/126.00
3 (8) Yellow, Black cross belts, Yellow and Black halved sleeves, Black cap Bread
2 9-5 G Moss Jason Hart 80/181.00
4 (5) 76 Black and red check, black sleeves, red stars Cheeky Chapman 15
2 9-5 C A Mulhall T Eaves 100/1101.00
5 (11) Jade Green, Flame hooped sleeves, Black cap Dew Pond
2 9-5 T D Easterby D Allan 66/167.00
6 (6) 6 Pale Blue, White and Yellow check cap Indelible Ink (IRE) 30
2 9-5 Sir Michael Stoute S W Kelly 2/13.00
7 (10) 2 White, black stars, striped sleeves and stars on cap Pensax Boy 22
2 9-5 Ian Williams R Winston 10/34.33
8 (9) Jade Green, Flame hooped sleeves, White cap Poet Mark (IRE)
2 9-5 T D Easterby D Fentiman 80/181.00
9 (1) 7 Orange, Dark Blue armlets Sovereign Bounty 25
2 9-5 Jedd O'Keeffe R Kennemore 125/1126.00
10 (2) 3 Maroon and Yellow diamonds Spring Offensive (IRE) 19
2 9-5 R A Fahey T Hamilton 3/14.00
11 (12) 34 Light Green, Dark Blue epaulets, Yellow and Dark Blue hooped sleeves and cap Forgiving Glance 20
2 9-0 P A Kirby Shirley Teasdale (5) 80/181.00
13 (4) 482 Light green, yellow hoops, light green cap Our Kylie (IRE) 26
2 9-0 T Coyle Barry McHugh 63 20/121.00
Non runners
12 (7)9Molly Approve (IRE)29-0T CoyleJ P Sullivan

Verdict

To call Sir Michael Stoute an infrequent visitor to Redcar would be to put it mildly so the arrival of INDELIBLE INK in the opener causes a raised eyebrow or two. The son of Invisible Spirit didn't perform at all badly in the Newmarket maiden won by Epithet, staying on at one pace to come home sixth of 12. The seventh, Guiding Light, has won since so the form looks pretty solid in the context of this contest. Pensax Boy ran really well when unfancied on debut behind the heavily-punted Freight Train at Doncaster and should benefit from that experience whilst Spring Offensive shaped quite nicely first time up too. Al Rayyan was beaten a very long way on debut behind the high-class The Wow Signal but is presumably better than that.