• 15:20 E.b.f. Buy A Racing Post Yearling Bonus Candidate Maiden Stakes6f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm (Good in Places on the Round Course)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 13.71s
  • Off time: 15:21:49
15:20 Warwick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Regency Art (IRE) 17/2
2nd Libertino (IRE) 5/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (3) 5 Black, Light Blue seams and armlets Libertino (IRE) 133
2 9-3 B J Meehan Hayley Turner 5/23.50
2 (5) 7 Dark Green, White seams, White sleeves, Dark Green armlets, White cap Regency Art (IRE) 160
2 9-3 D R C Elsworth K Fallon 17/29.50
3 (4) 752 Red, Yellow stars, Red sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Red cap, Yellow star Sharp Shoes 10
2 9-3 Mrs A Duffield T P Queally 14/115.00
4 (7) 8 Yellow, Dark Blue stripe and sleeves, Dark Blue and Yellow striped cap Sonny G (IRE) 4
2 9-3 J R Best M Halford (3) 50/151.00
5 (1) Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Tadhkeer
2 9-3 W J Haggas R Hills 10/111.91
6 (6) 9 ROYAL BLUE and YELLOW (quartered), striped sleeves and cap Taeping (IRE) 45
2 9-3 R Hollinshead C Catlin 18/119.00
7 (2) Dark Blue, Emerald Green epaulets, Dark Blue sleeves, Emerald Green stars, Dark Blue cap, Emerald Green star Destiny Rules
2 8-12 John Berry Catherine Gannon 33/134.00


Tadkheer is an interesting newcomer but marginal preference is for those with experience with the vote going to LIBERTINO ahead of Regency Art. William Haggas boasts a respectable track record at Warwick so any support for his newcomer, Tadkheer, would be of obvious interest but his record with his juvenile runners is only modest. It's offputting that Libertino hasn't been seen since making his debut in May but he shaped with plenty of promise and he's taken to build on that. The form is only average so the market could be interesting but this doesn't appear to be the strongest of races. The booking of Fallon for Regency Art certainly takes the eye and he's another that could leave his debut running behind but he'll need to as he was beaten 17 lengths back in April. Sharp Shoes may have been flattered by his finishing position at Haydock so he's taken on even though the performance probably rated a career best. Sonny G and Taeping both finished last on debut so couldn't be confident picks but the latter's effort did, at least, come in a good race at York and he's the more interesting of the pair. The other runner in the field, Destiny Rules, isn't an obvious sort on paper and is best watched as we chance Libertino.