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  • 17:20 Rossdales Maiden Fillies' Stakes7f

  • £7,000 added 3yo 8 ran
  • Winner £4,533 2nd £1,349 3rd £674 4th £337
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 27.40s
  • Off time: 17:20:40

Full result

17:20 Newmarket Result 14th April 2011
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (1) Deity 9-0 R L Moore J Noseda 3 15/2
Dwelt soon close up, ridden to lead 1f out, edged left and raced green inside final furlong, pushed out opened 11/2 touched 8/1 £2100-£300
2nd (5) Flashbang 9-0 J P Spencer P F I Cole 3 10/3
Led 1f, tracked leader until led again 3f out, ridden and headed 1f out, stayed on one pace opened 4/1 touched 4/1
3rd (4) ¾ To The Spring 9-0 K Fallon W J Haggas 3 11/2
Tracked leaders, ridden over 2f out, stayed on to go 3rd inside final furlong opened 13/2 touched 7/1 £5000-£700
4th (8) 1 Heatherbird 9-0 Jim Crowley W Jarvis 3 3/1
Dwelt, held up in touch, progress 4f out, chased leader over 2f out, ridden and every chance over 1f out, one pace final furlong opened 3/1 touched 3/1 £1750-£500 £2000-£600 £900-£300 £1650-£600 £1100-£400
5th (2) Elraabeya (CAN) 9-0 R Hills Sir Michael Stoute 3 11/4f
Held up, effort over 2f out, no impression from over 1f out opened 7/2 touched 7/2 £1400-£400(x2) £2000-£600
6th (3) ½ Tanassuq (USA) 9-0 T P O'Shea J L Dunlop 3 10/1
Dwelt in rear, outpaced 3f out, kept on, never nearer opened 8/1 touched 10/1
7th (6) 5 Queens Troop 9-0 P Robinson D K Ivory 3 100/1
Keen led after 1f, headed 3f out, soon weakened opened 100/1 touched 100/1
8th (9) 6 Golden Compass 9-0 William Carson G C Bravery 3 66/1
Always in rear opened 66/1 touched 66/1
NR (7) Gennie 9-0 R Hughes R Hannon 3

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££3.30,£1.50,£2.50
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£3.70 2&3:£4.40 1&3:£5.60

Jackpot: £11,223.40 carried forward to Newbury, 15th Apr
Placepot: £189.40, Pool: £76777.89, 295.78 winning tickets
Quadpot: £23.00, Pool: £6915.44, 221.86 winning tickets


A really taking debut from DEITY although it should be noted that this was one of the slower times on the day. However let's take nothing away from the winner who travelled well throughout, and really looked like a professional filly. She was settled into midfield after an alert start and was always getting a nice tow through the race from a combination of Queens Troop and Flashbang. Ryan Moore pushed her closer to the pace a couple of furlongs from home and she showed a very willing attitude to take up the running under just hands and heels. Once in front she lengthened away and certainly wasn't stopping at the line; she has an entry in the Irish 1000 Guineas and looks worth a crack at it, as the mile trip certainly won't be an issue. Second home was Flashbang who was in the pole position throughout. She easily brushed aside Queens Troop two out and tried to make a race winning move but just found the winner on the outside too strong. She showed a great attitude to see off Heatherbird on her inside, and should find a lesser maiden falling into her lap in the next month. Third home was To The Spring who travelled alongside Deity for most of the race. Like the winner she was nicely settled and seemed to know her job first time up. Kieren Fallon just had to wait a second to make his challenge at the two furlong pole which halted her momentum slightly but she ran on to the line and although clearly third best, still impressed. As did the fourth home Heatherbird, who was very well-backed. She spoiled her chance a little by pulling too hard in the early stages and would have preferred a stronger tempo to chase. She made up her ground nicely on the rail but just ran out of steam in the final furlong; she should come on for the outing and she looks the sort of scopey filly who can go on to better things. The first four were miles clear of the Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum pair. Elraabeya wasn't swiftly into stride and although she latched onto the pack, one felt that she was never going to feature. She was outpaced before three furlongs out and seemed to get a bit unbalanced in the dip. Her jockey looked after her and she was eased significantly. It should be remembered that the trainer's previous winners of this race already had experience, so expect her to fare better next time. Close up to her at the line was Tanassuq who was as green as grass. She fluffed the start, couldn't go the pace, but then stayed on fairly well late on. She is beautifully bred (as you'd expect) and will be more effective over a mile later in the season when her trainer's horses start to fire.