• 14:30 3 Years In A Row Claiming Stakes5f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 0.54s
  • Off time: 14:33:34
14:30 Thirsk Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Lady Brookie 8/13
2nd Belle Royale (IRE) 25/1
3rd Imperial Waltzer 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (7) Black, Red hoop, chevrons on sleeves, Red cap Look'n'listen (IRE)
2 8-12 A D Brown Graham Gibbons 12/113.00
3 (2) 6 YELLOW, BLACK sash and cap Imperial Waltzer 15
2 8-9 M R Channon S Hitchcott 8/19.00
4 (3) Grey, beige star, grey sleeves, beige stars and stars on cap Copex
2 8-8 K A Ryan J F Egan 9/110.00
5 (5) 9 Dark Blue, Light Blue star, striped sleeves and star on cap Soviet Bolt (IRE) 16
2 8-7 P T Midgley P McDonald 33/134.00
7 (4) Royal blue, light blue hoop and armlets Belle Royale (IRE)
2 8-6 W M Brisbourne L Morris 25/126.00
8 (8) 25 Black, Yellow sash, Yellow cap Lady Brookie 10
Beaten Favourite
2 8-6 p1 W G M Turner Saleem Golam (3) 8/131.62
9 (9) PINK, BLACK epaulets and diamond on cap Welsh Dresser (IRE)
2 8-4 P D Evans Catherine Gannon 15/28.50
10 (10) Maroon, beige chevrons on sleeves Rath Maeve
2 8-2 A J McCabe Nora Looby (7) 22/123.00
Non runners
2 (1)Seven Seas Of Rye (IRE)28-10T D EasterbyT Eaves
6 (6)0Wotitis28-7W G M Turner


With a decent draw plus racecourse experience in her favour, LADY BROOKIE is the one for us here, while Imperial Waltzer looks a potential improver. The latter, trained by the in-form Mick Channon, was well behind Novabridge (who runs in the first on the card) at Folkestone last time, but should be much better for both good ground and the experience of the racecourse, so we anticipate a fair bit of improvement this time around. It is always a bit of a concern when a trainer puts blinkers on a debutant and that is what Tim Easterby has done with Seven Seas Of Rye, and we will take a watching brief with the Verglas filly. The other pair who have had a previous run, Soviet Bolt and Wotitis, both need to make significant strides to win today, while Welsh Dresser looks likely to be much better over further. A market check is definitely advised, but without that knowledge we will side with Lady Brookie.