• 15:25 Hotel & Conferencing At Wolverhampton Maiden Stakes1m 4f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 45.06s
  • Off time: 15:38:18
15:25 Wolverhampton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Eighteenfifty 1/3
2nd Wray Castle (IRE) 40/1
3rd Johnston's Baby (IRE) 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) Royal Blue, White seams, chevrons on sleeves, White cap Eighteenfifty 90
5 9-6 N J Henderson G Baker 1/31.33
2 (11) 4/07656- White and Light Blue stripes, White sleeves, Light Blue stars Marieschi (USA) 80
5 9-6 R F Fisher J F McDonald 48 50/151.00
3 (7) Red, Beige seams, diabolo on sleeves, quartered cap Rosko 57
5 9-6 B Ellison Anthony Betts (7) 25/126.00
4 (6) 62354-3 Maroon, Dark Green chevrons and armlets, Maroon cap,   Dark Green star Dusk 16
4 9-3 b Mrs S J Humphrey C Catlin 65 7/18.00
5 (5) 0- Purple, White disc, sleeves and spots on cap Nomadic Warrior 185
4 9-3 J R Holt J M O'Dwyer 200/1201.00
6 (10) 8 WHITE, BLACK chevron, BLACK sleeves, WHITE stars, BLACK cap, WHITE star Sugar State 21
4 9-3 J L Spearing I Mongan 150/1151.00
7 (1) 7-4 Grey, Royal Blue seams, sleeves and cap Waldorf (IRE) 33
Beaten Favourite
4 9-3 W R Muir M Dwyer 10/111.00
8 (2) Grey, Royal Blue seams and sleeves, red cap Wray Castle (IRE) 26
4 9-3 Ian Williams S Donohoe 40/141.00
10 (8) 4 White, Royal Blue diamond, sleeves and diamond on cap Johnston's Baby (IRE) 2
7 9-1 E J Alston J Quinn 16/117.00
11 (9) 36-5 Maroon, Grey diamond and sleeves One Zero (USA) 16
4 8-12 M G Quinlan T P Queally 60 12/113.00
Non runners
9 (3)Follow The Dream69-1Karen GeorgeK Ghunowa


Dusk has the highest rating of those to have earned one and he has to be respected but after 15 career starts he has had plenty of chances and looks best watched in a race taken to go to EIGHTEENFIFTY, who gets the vote with One Zero rated the best of the rest. The selection has shown a decent level of form in National Hunt flat races with a win at Market Rasen on his debut and fair efforts when finding just one too good in two subsequent starts. Nicky Henderson's team remains in good form and the son of Hernando looks to have been found a suitable opportunity to open his account on the level under flat racing rules. Willie Muir's son of Sadler's Wells, Waldorf, should do better now stepped up in trip but he needs to, while Brian Ellison's Rosko has been well beaten in two starts in bumpers so far. Mick Quinlan's Irish import One Zero has shown ability but Eighteenfifty looks the clear pick and is hard to oppose.