Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.90,£3.50,£3.40
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£9.20 2&3:£11.90 1&3:£4.00
Placepot: £143.40, Pool: £116426.69, 592.62 winning tickets
Quadpot: £34.70, Pool: £6549.88, 139.65 winning tickets
Hard-work for these three year olds in the testing ground and a slow time was predictably recorded. The conditions were a worry for Best Terms and the Queen Mary and Lowther winner was easy to back with there also being concerns as to how she may have trained on given both her diminutive build and that she was such a sharp juvenile. She was ultimately well beaten but gave herself little chance by racing keenly early and can't be judged on this outing. MOONSTONE MAGIC was unconsidered in the market when impressing on debut at Leicester just eight days ago but took this step up in class, albeit on ground on which she was proven, in her stride with a strong display. The homebred, who is out of an unraced mare, pulled right away from her rivals in the closing stages and looks capable of getting an extra furlong. She could now be supplemented for the Irish Guineas and the ground is said to be important for her. Conditions were also expected to suit Radio Gaga and she benefited from this first run on soft ground and for the step up in trip; this was a career best performance and, although no match for the winner, there was plenty to like about the run and she should be able to win at this level with a mile not expected to prove a problem. They pulled a long way clear of Electrelane who was also proven under testing conditions having finished fourth in a Listed race over a mile in France on heavy. She was prominent throughout and looks in need of a step back up in distance. Switcher had shown a fair level of form prior to disappointing in the May Hill but got back on track with a fair effort on her reappearance. She coped with conditions well enough and is another who should stay a mile. Roger Sez had made rapid strides last season and, with form with cut to her name, was quite well supported but her effort was short-lived. Fillionaire's pedigree gave hope that she would prove to be effective on the ground but she was another to struggle. Brick Tops got to within hailing distance of the principals before weakening on debut for David Simcock but was reported to have finished lame.