• 14:20 totejackpot At Maiden Fillies' Stakes1m 67y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 43.75s
  • Off time: 14:22:05
14:20 Windsor Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Close At Hand 1/2
2nd Cloudwalker (USA) 4/1
3rd Calling 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 (3) 0 Red, royal blue chevrons and sleeves, quartered cap Roxy Lane 17
4 9-8 P W Hiatt William Carson 66/167.00
4 (6) 0 Maroon, Black hoop, diabolo on sleeves, hooped cap Calling 17
3 8-12 B J Meehan S M Levey 16/117.00
5 (2) 4-23 Pink, White sleeves Close At Hand 21
Beaten Favourite
3 8-12 h J H M Gosden R Hughes 76 1/21.50
6 (10) 45-45 Light Blue, Yellow seams, Light Blue sleeves and cap Cloudwalker (USA) 22
3 8-12 E F Vaughan J Fortune 75 4/15.00
7 (9) 0-4 Dark Blue, Yellow chevron hoop, Yellow cap First Secretary 16
3 8-12 R Charlton James Doyle 9/25.50
8 (5) Dark Green and Pink (halved), Pink sleeves, quartered cap My Peggy Sue
3 8-12 T Keddy Robert Tart (5) 50/151.00
9 (4) 38 Dark blue, yellow cross belts, striped cap Timeless 25
3 8-12 t1 T B Coles Martin Lane 16/117.00
10 (7) 8- Pink, black triple diamond Wedding Speech (IRE) 375
3 8-12 J R Fanshawe S W Kelly 10/111.00
Non runners
1 (8)Howlin Moon59-8M J AttwaterS Sanders
3 (1)Alegra38-12Lady CecilN Callan


CLOSE AT HAND has revealed distinct promise on all three starts in useful maiden company and things did not pan out for her at Nottingham last time so the Gosden filly can be marked up for her close third to Odeliz. The second home has won since and she should be too good for these rivals. First Secretary appeals as the sort to improve when sent handicapping whilst Cloudwalker has shown enough in maiden company to play a role, notably when a fair fifth to Broadway Dancer at Newbury last time. The interesting one is the 300,000 euros purchase Alegra, a daughter of Galileo. She has presumably had her problems coming to the track for the first time at this stage of her career but she's certainly bred to be useful for the combination of Sir Robert Ogden and Lady Cecil that tasted triumph and disaster in a matter of moments with the ill-fated Thomas Chippendale at Royal Ascot.