• 18:00 Daily Enhanced Odds Maiden Stakes5f 10y

  • Winner £2,588 2nd £770 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 1.19s
  • Off time: 18:04:55
18:00 Windsor Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Hatchet Harry (IRE) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (3) 4 Dark blue, red stripe, dark blue sleeves, red stars, dark blue cap, red stars Hatchet Harry (IRE) 10
2 9-5 t1 P D Evans J F Egan 3/14.00
2 (5) 53 Pink, Black spots, armlets and spots on cap Henley 17
2 9-5 W Jarvis R Hughes 4/111.36
4 (1) 070 Emerald green, brown stars, emerald green cap, brown star Majenski (IRE) 63
2 9-5 J A Osborne Rob Hornby (7) 33/134.00
5 (2) 87 Emerald green and red (quartered), white sleeves and cap Tecumseh (IRE) 10
2 9-5 K R Burke Martin Harley 10/111.00
Non runners
3 (4)2Judicial (IRE)29-5R CharltonJames Doyle


JUDICIAL would have entered many a notebook as a surefire maiden winner on the strength of his debut second to the talented Strath Burn at Newbury, and even more so when his conqueror went on to finish a close second to Kool Company in the Prix Robert Papin. The selection was beaten a comfortable three lengths but was no less than five lengths clear of his nearest pursuer back in third. Roger Charlton appears to have identified a gilt-edged opportunity and he should go one better before stepping up in grade. Henley has shaped well on both starts for a yard currently going well and his York third behind Maljaa affords him main danger status. Hatchet Harry, a fair Newmarket fourth on debut, is next best.