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Sandown Park

  • 15:25 British Stallion Studs Supporting British Racing E.B.F. Maiden Stakes7f 16y

  • £6,000 added 2yo 10 ran
  • Winner £3,881 2nd £1,155 3rd £577 4th £289
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 31.62s
  • Off time: 15:25:55

Full result

15:25 Sandown Park Result 1st July 2011
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (4) Talwar (IRE) 9-3 R L Moore J Noseda 2 4/1
Made all, pushed clear over 1f out, ridden inside final furlong, stayed on strongly, eased close home opened 7/2 touched 4/1
2nd (9) 4 Gunner Will (IRE) 9-3 M Davies (3) George Baker 2 33/1
Dwelt and bumped start, towards rear, headway on wide outside 3f out, driven to chase leaders 2f out, edged left and stayed on under pressure to 2nd inside final furlong, no chance with winner opened 33/1 touched 33/1
3rd (6) ½ Sehnsucht (IRE) 9-3 R Winston A J McCabe 2 11/4f
Took keen hold, chased leaders on inside, ridden and unable to quicken 2f out, stayed on inside final furlong, took 3rd close home opened 9/4 touched 11/4 £5500-£2000(x3) £1100-£400
4th (8) nk Nant Saeson (IRE) 9-3 R Hughes R Hannon 2 4/1
Went left start, chased winner, no impression over 1f out, lost 2nd inside final furlong, weakened to 4th close home opened 7/2 touched 4/1 £1400-£400
5th (10) ¾ Ex Oriente (IRE) 9-3 R Havlin J H M Gosden 2 4/1
Took keen hold, tracked leading trio, ridden inside final 2f, soon not quicken, stayed on same pace inside final furlong opened 5/1 touched 5/1 £3000-£540
6th (7) 4 Tigers Tale (IRE) 9-3 K Fallon R A Teal 2 11/1
Mid-division on outside, ridden 3f out, weakened 2f out opened 25/1 touched 25/1
7th (5) 1 Royal Academician (USA) 9-3 T P Queally G L Moore 2 28/1
Slowly into stride, in rear, headway approaching final 2f, no further progress opened 33/1 touched 33/1
8th (3) 1 Astraios (IRE) 9-3 M Dwyer B J Meehan 2 16/1
Mid-division on inside, pushed along 3f out, soon struggling opened 16/1 touched 16/1
9th (1) 2 Vergrigio (IRE) 9-3 E Creighton B J Meehan 2 50/1
Started slowly, ran green and never going towards rear, driven and struggling halfway opened 80/1 touched 80/1
10th (2) hd Mcvicar 9-3 J H Bowman M R Channon 2 18/1
Slowly into stride, ridden 3f out, always behind opened 16/1 touched 18/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.80,£6.00,£1.20
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£20.70 2&3:£11.20 1&3:£2.60

Jackpot: £18,948.47 carried forward to Sandown Park, 2nd Jul, 0.5 winning tickets
Placepot: £151.40, Pool: £80462.07, 387.78 winning tickets
Quadpot: £23.00, Pool: £6527.77, 209.63 winning tickets


TALWAR had disappointed connections when seventh at Doncaster on debut in a race which has produced a winner but took a significant step forwards. He jumped well and always looked to be travelling strongly for Ryan Moore before quickening well to record a convincing success and he looks up to the standard of some smart recent winners of this race which include Zacinto. He has clearly inherited plenty of stamina from the distaff side of his pedigree, holds a Group One entry and it will be interesting to see how far he can progress. This was an encouraging start to Gunner Will's career as he kept on takingly in the centre of the track away from the field. Doing best of those held-up, he kept on steadily and should be all the better for this introduction. Sehnsucht had shown ability in a fair Newmarket maiden but didn't substantially build on that; he was hard at work to make up the ground but did keep on for pressure to edge out Nant Saeson for third. There had been a whisper earlier in the week for Nant Saeson who jumped and travelled well for Richard Hughes but he was noticeably green when asked to quicken and started to hang - his jockey wasn't overly hard on him and he can leave this form behind in due course. Ex Oriente attracted support ahead of his Newmarket debut but failed to sustain his challenge and was ultimately well beaten. He raced too keenly in behind the leaders and his run flattened out a little close home but this was a step in the right direction and he can do better again once learning to settle. Tigers Tale was a springer in the market but was too keen early on and never threatened to play a part - he's fairly stoutly bred and may not come into his own until next season but is clearly held in some regard by a yard that has enjoyed some success with their juveniles this term. He was wearing a cross noseband for this debut so may not be the most tractable and could only stay on at the one pace under predominantly hands and heels. The last four home all looked in need of their initial experience and cut little ice in the face of this stiff introduction but it would be no surprise to see them leave this form behind in average maidens with runners from the Gary Moore and Brian Meehan yard's traditionally in need of their first outings and Royal Academician did make some progress from the rear having missed the break.