• 15:25 Juddmonte International Stakes 1m 2f 88y

  • Winner £371,865 2nd £140,660 3rd £69,875 4th £31,980
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 8.58s
  • Off time: 15:25:19
15:25 York Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Rip Van Winkle (IRE) 7/4
2nd Twice Over 6/1
3rd Byword 11/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (9) 293-112 Pink, Emerald Green epaulets and armlets, hooped cap Bushman 24
Distance Winner
6 9-5 D M Simcock W Buick 110 66/167.00
2 (8) 44-1121 Green, Pink epaulets, White sleeves, Pink cap Byword 62
Distance Winner
4 9-5 A Fabre M Guyon 11/43.75
3 (4) 13-7550 Royal blue Cavalryman 62
Distance Winner
4 9-5 Saeed bin Suroor L Dettori 118 14/115.00
4 (5) 1/11-115 Royal blue, white cap Cutlass Bay (UAE) 86
Distance Winner
4 9-5 Saeed bin Suroor K Fallon 119 33/134.00
5 (3) 36-161 Royal blue and yellow check, royal blue sleeves Jakkalberry (IRE) 65
Distance Winner
4 9-5 t1 E Botti O Peslier 20/121.00
6 (7) 2110-62 Dark Blue Rip Van Winkle (IRE) 20
4 9-5 A P O'Brien Johnny Murtagh 129 7/42.75
7 (6) 1/54-648 Purple, White diamonds on sleeves, check cap Stimulation (IRE) 31
5 9-5 H Morrison D Holland 117 100/1101.00
8 (1) 113-021 Green, pink sash and cap, white sleeves Twice Over 45
Distance Winner
5 9-5 Sir H R A Cecil T P Queally 123 6/17.00
9 (2) 6-12221 Red, Black spots and sleeves, Red cap Dick Turpin (IRE) 44
3 8-11 R Hannon R Hughes 124 5/16.00


Always one of the season's highlights and a great race for favourites, with six winners from the last 10 and only one priced bigger than 9/2, but DICK TURPIN may be able to continue a fine season for Richard Hannon. The trainer steps up his colt to this trip for the first time after an easy success over a mile in a Chantilly Group 1. He acts with cut and despite being related to plenty of speed there is also stamina on the dam's side of his pedigree, and we expect Richard Hughes to switch him off and come with a late rattle. On a line through Canford Cliffs there should be little to choose between our pick and Rip Van Winkle, though he is more exposed over this trip and, having yet to win over it, is just taken on. Byword will definitely stay and has form with cut, so he looks a major threat, while Twice Over would be a hugely popular winner, but wants the ground to dry out to have his best chance of reversing placings with his Royal Ascot conqueror. Dick Turpin can make the most of another Hughes hold-up.