• 15:45 Ian And Kate Hall Macmillan Ganton Stakes 1m

  • Winner £19,536 2nd £7,389 3rd £3,693 4th £1,845
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 43.00s
  • Off time: 15:47:51
15:45 York Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tullius (IRE) 8/13


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) 9202-11 Navy Blue, Red and Light Blue hoop and armlets, White cap Tullius (IRE) 33
Distance Winner
4 9-10 A M Balding J Fortune 108 8/131.62
2 (4) 265-602 Royal Blue, White disc, Royal Blue sleeves, White spots Dance And Dance (IRE) 15
Distance Winner
6 9-7 E F Vaughan L Morris 110 9/43.25
3 (2) 6040-83 Red, White hoops, diamonds on sleeves, White cap, Red diamond Doncaster Rover (USA) 14
Course Winner
6 9-7 D H Brown R Winston 105 5/16.00
Non runners
4 (3)116/0-25Saamidd49-7Saeed bin SuroorM Barzalona114
5 (1)1541-47Rockinante (FR)39-2R HannonP Hanagan107
6 (6)012-475Ptolemaic38-11B SmartT Eaves109


Doncaster Rover has had 36 starts and won a Listed race here in August but he's never run beyond 7f, though he's generally not stopping over that trip and might be suited. Saamidd, beaten a nose in a Listed contest at Kempton, ran a shocker when fancied to go one better over 7f here later. Tullius has been a revelation since moving to Andrew Balding and getting the soft ground he needs. He has a penalty to carry for his Listed success at Windsor but looks capable of better though DANCE AND DANCE will prove very difficult to beat. Ed Vaughan's charge progressed from handicaps to run very well in Group 1 company in the USA last season and returned from a spell in Dubai to run Side Glance close in the Group 3 Diomed at Epsom on Oaks Day. He's won on soft ground and can take care of the three-year-olds Ptolemaic, who disappointed in the Dante here, and Rockinante, beaten in two Group 3s in April.