• 14:25 Bigger Odds Guaranteed At Maiden Stakes1m 4f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 32.16s
  • Off time: 14:26:34
14:25 Thirsk Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Haljaferia (UAE) 5/1
2nd Lasso The Moon 11/4
3rd Ruud Revenge (USA) 66/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) Red and dark green diabolo, halved sleeves, red and dark green quartered cap Autumn Harvest 48
5 9-13 t A J McCabe James Doyle 28/129.00
2 (6) 0 Yellow, Red Cross of Lorraine I'm In The Pink (FR) 12
5 9-13 P D Evans Andrea Atzeni (5) 20/121.00
3 (10) Black, grey disc, armlets and cap Saveiro (FR) 28
5 9-13 G A Swinbank P Mulrennan 7/24.50
4 (1) 8 Pink, Purple hoop, hooped sleeves Que Calor La Vida (FR) 20
5 9-8 N Wilson L Enstone 100/1101.00
6 (2) 6- Lime Green, Royal Blue epaulets and cap Grey Granite (IRE) 186
3 8-8 W Jarvis T E Durcan 7/42.75
7 (4) 93-334 Yellow, Dark Blue diamond, diabolo on sleeves, Dark Blue cap, Yellow Diamonds Haljaferia (UAE) 14
3 8-8 D R C Elsworth R Havlin 74 5/16.00
8 (8) 24-7 Red, Emerald Green triple diamond, Emerald Green and Red diabolo on sleeves, White cap, Emerald Green diamond Lasso The Moon 15
3 8-8 M R Channon S Hitchcott 85 11/43.75
9 (9) 60- White, royal blue seams, red sleeves, royal blue cap Ruud Revenge (USA) 296
3 8-8 Mrs D Sanderson S De Sousa 66/167.00
10 (3) White, dark green disc, sleeves and cap Terrymene Prince
3 8-8 L A Mullaney Gihan Arnolda (7)(ex2) 80/181.00
Non runners
5 (7)Whirlijig (IRE)49-8G A SwinbankP McDonald


With little to go on this does not look a race to be getting heavily involved in and we will put up LASSO THE MOON as the selection, while Haljaferia might prove the danger. Mick Channon saddles the selection, a three-year-old Sadler's Wells colt who should therefore be at home now stepped up to this trip. This will be the fastest ground he has encountered in what is his fourth maiden run, but he may still act on it and he won't mind any rain. His form is solid enough in context so he gets the vote. Haljaferia has now had five runs and the Halling gelding went well enough when fourth of seven on his first try on turf and at this trip when running at Doncaster last month. It is hard to say how much improvement he might have in him but if he holds his form then he is entitled to be thereabouts. Whirlijig did not show enough in a couple of bumpers to be considered a leading player on this, his flat race debut, while Autumn Harvest could get involved given that he has stamina in abundance and comes from an in-form yard. Grey Granite is expected to come on for this marked step up in trip and a market check would be prudent, but Lasso The Moon gets the vote.