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13:10 Newbury

Energy Check EBF Maiden Stakes (Plus 10) (Class 4)

  • 20 Runners
  • Distance: 6f 110y
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf
  • £6,900 added
  • Winner: £4,464
  • 2nd: £1,328
  • 3rd: £664
  • 4th: £332
Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 1m 26.01s
  • Off Time: 13:13:18
  • 20 Ran
2nd
Silk -
3rd
Silk -
14/1

    1(1)
    Silk - Yellow, pink seams, yellow sleeves and cap
    33/1
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    started slowly, always behind

    2(17)
    Silk - Emerald green, yellow hoop, striped sleeves, yellow cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    slowly into stride, always behind

    3(18)
    Silk - Dark Blue, Yellow chevron hoop, Yellow cap
    5/1
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    chased leaders, outpaced over 2f out, no chance after

    4(11)
    Silk - Royal blue, white cross belts, emerald green sleeves and cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    led, clear and going well over 1f out, pushed along and reduced lead inside final furlong, caught final stride

    5(16)
    Silk - Orange, black diamond, sleeves and diamond on cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    outpaced and always towards rear

    6(4)
    Silk - Black, white spots, red sleeves and cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    outpaced towards rear, kept on final furlong, nearest finish

    7(13)
    Silk - White, Maroon and White quartered cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    awkwardly away, always towards rear

    8(14)
    Silk - Claret, gold braid, claret sleeves, claret cap, gold tassel
    10/1
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, weakened inside final 2f

    9(5)
    Silk - Red, white braces, white and black check sleeves, white and red check cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    chased leaders, weakened entering final 2f

    10(6)
    Silk - ROYAL BLUE, emerald green seams, red cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    slowly into stride, behind, never on terms

    11(20)
    Silk - Royal blue, white sleeves, black armlets
    7/1
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    chased leaders near side of group, weakened entering final furlong

    12(2)
    Silk - Dark blue and yellow (quartered), striped sleeves
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    mid-division, headway far side of group and chased leaders 3f out, shaken up and unable to quicken over 1f out, plugged on

    13(10)
    Silk - White, Royal Blue cross belts, Royal Blue and White striped sleeves
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    slowly into stride, ran green and always towards rear

    14(8)
    Silk - YELLOW, emerald green chevron, striped cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and weakened soon after

    15(15)
    Silk - Yellow, emerald green braces, yellow sleeves, black armlets, emerald green cap
    33/1
    • Form 4
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    pulled hard, chased leader until shaken up inside final 2f, weakened final furlong

    16(3)
    Silk - EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW stripe, YELLOW cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-5

    mid-division, headway over 2f out, went 2nd and switched right inside final furlong, stayed on to lead final strides

    17(12)
    Silk - Purple, emerald green hoop and armlets
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-0

    chased leaders kept on same pace final furlong

    18(7)
    Silk - Pink, Dark Blue stars, Dark Blue and Pink diabolo on sleeves, Pink cap, Dark Blue star
    100/1
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-0

    never nearer than mid-division, weakened over 2f out

    19(9)
    Silk - Turquoise, Navy Blue collar and cuffs, check cap
    14/1
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-0

    chased leaders went 2nd inside final 2f until inside final furlong, stayed on same pace in 3rd

    20(19)
    Silk - Mcalpine Tartan, Rose Pink armlets and cap
    • Age 2
    • Weight 9-0

    always towards rear, never on terms

    Previous results

    In depth

    Verdict

    Waddat makes most appeal of the two with racecourse experience but the rest make belated debuts and the betting may offer some clues. Cold Front and Hurricane Alex represent trainers that have won this on more than one occasion though neither yard is in great form at present and a chance is taken on BULLFINCH. The latter is a half-brother to winning stable companion Thorn out of the high-class Thistle Bird, also trained by Roger Charlton. Motamayiz is a half-brother to a Group 2 winner and Iron Heart is the first foal of a Group 3 winner and is preferred to stablemate Kafee. Risk Taker and With Respect are both related to Listed winners with the latter looking to have the best chance of Hughie Morrison’s three runners.

    Formwatch

    Big Jimbo 50-1 (9-2) Outpaced, 10th of 15, 28 1/2l behind Kinross (9-2) at Newmarket 7f stks (4) gs in Oct.

    Blue Slate (IRE) Alhebayeb gelding out of Hallbeck.

    Bullfinch Kodiac colt out of Thistle Bird.

    Cold Front Lope De Vega colt out of Cloud Line.

    Egypsyan Crackajak Kutub gelding out of Three Scoops.

    Grey Fox (IRE) Gutaifan colt out of Boucheron.

    Hurricane Alex Canford Cliffs colt out of Azharia.

    Iron Heart Muhaarar colt out of Kiyoshi.

    Kafee (IRE) Make Believe colt out of Dream Date.

    Mabre (IRE) Make Believe colt out of Slope.

    Motamayiz Charm Spirit colt out of Chanterelle.

    Risk Taker (IRE) Lope De Vega colt out of What A Treasure.

    Saharan Shimmer Oasis Dream colt out of Come Touch The Sun.

    Springvale Lad Archipenko colt out of Combustible.

    Waddat (IRE) 9-1 (9-5) Raced keenly, tracked leaders, driven and outpaced over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, kept on under pressure inside final furlong, no impression, 4th of 8, 6 1/2l behind Shammah (9-0) at Windsor 5f stks (5) gs in Jun.

    With Respect (IRE) Gutaifan colt out of More Respect.

    Oksana Astankova Cable Bay filly out of Royal Ffanci.

    Saracen Star Make Believe filly out of Singing Sky.

    Sky Storm Night Of Thunder filly out of Dinvar Diva.

    Truffle Mac Kendargent filly out of Chutney.