• 13:45 Best Odds Guaranteed At Totesport.com Maiden Stakes1m 3y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 45.18s
  • Off time: 13:47:30
13:45 Yarmouth Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Admission 10/1
2nd Clockmaker (IRE) 4/5
3rd Heaven Forbid 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (10) White, Dark Blue chevron, White sleeves, Dark Blue stars, Dark Blue cap Chez Vrony
4 9-13 D Morris Jack Mitchell 200/1201.00
2 (9) 2- Emerald Green, Black chevrons on sleeves Clockmaker (IRE) 352
4 9-13 J H M Gosden W Buick 4/51.80
3 (3) Light blue, dark blue armlets, dark blue cap Admission
3 8-12 M L W Bell Hayley Turner 10/111.00
4 (14) DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Ancient Greece
3 8-12 M Johnston L Dettori 11/26.50
5 (12) 5- Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Khajaaly (IRE) 179
3 8-12 E A L Dunlop R Hills 12/113.00
6 (8) 57- Bronze Silent Majority (IRE) 143
3 8-12 E A L Dunlop K Fallon 25/126.00
8 (6) 70- Purple, Orange sleeves, Orange cap, Purple star Tumbled Again 155
3 8-12 M E Rimmer J Mackay 200/1201.00
9 (13) 5 YELLOW, BLACK epaulets Yashrid (USA) 16
3 8-12 M A Jarvis N Callan 12/113.00
10 (7) 00-8 Dark Blue and Grey diamonds Denton Ryal 23
3 8-7 M E Rimmer N Mackay 60 150/1151.00
11 (11) 7- Royal Blue, Yellow chevron, Yellow cap, Royal Blue spots Desert Liaison 240
3 8-7 J Noseda S W Kelly 10/111.00
12 (2) 77 Light Green, Yellow stripe, Yellow cap Eywa 16
3 8-7 W Jarvis E Ahern 80/181.00
13 (15) 8- DARK BLUE, LIGHT BLUE star Fasette 303
3 8-7 M H Tompkins J Quinn 100/1101.00
14 (1) Red, White sash, Royal Blue cap Heaven Forbid
3 8-7 J R Fanshawe L P Keniry 33/134.00
15 (4) PINK, BLACK cross belts and cap Silver Astralis
3 8-7 Mrs C A Dunnett Saleem Golam 200/1201.00
Non runners
7 (5)Soviet Secret38-12P J McBrideJ P Spencer


In a maiden where the market might be our best guide we'll take the chance that CLOCKMAKER has trained on from two to three and build on a career bow while Ancient Greece is interesting on debut with Khajaaly also on our list after his own encouraging first start. John Gosden has started this season with a bang and it is he that saddles the selection who sets the standard after finding just the one too good on debut. The winner of that race went on to win a handicap off a mark of 100 so if running up to that level again Clockmaker can get off the mark. Mark Johnston does better with his older debutantes and Ancient Greece falls into that category. The colt has a really taking pedigree and looks bred for about this trip so if running up to his potentially on his first start he is a real live contender. Khajaaly is also well bred and ran better than the bare results suggests on his own debut. You'd expect him to come on for that run but the form from that race has been very weak. Michael Bell's Admission should be good enough to take this based on his bloodline but with experience to build on we go for Clockmaker to extend his trainer's good run.