• 14:55 Dunaden Jockey Club Stakes 1m 4f

  • Winner £56,710 2nd £21,500 3rd £10,760 4th £5,360
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 34.39s
  • Off time: 14:58:19
14:55 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Seventh Heaven (IRE) 4/7
2nd One Foot In Heaven (IRE) 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR Sky Bet
2 (4) 2/24313- Royal blue, white hoop, striped sleeves, white cap, royal blue star Cleonte (IRE) 244
4 9-1 A M Balding W Buick 101 1001
3 (1) 7413-11 White, emerald green hoops, white sleeves and cap Galapiat 10
Distance Winner
4 9-1 M Johnston J Fanning 107 1001
4 (3) 64613-7 ROYAL BLUE, white stars, royal blue sleeves, royal blue cap, white diamond One Foot In Heaven (IRE) 27
Distance Winner
5 9-1 A Royer De Dupre Jim Crowley 113 1001
5 (5) 351-120 Dark Blue, Orange star and star on cap Pinzolo 22
Course WinnerDistance Winner
6 9-1 I Mohammed S De Sousa 102 1001
6 (2) 61154-2 PURPLE, white seams, striped sleeves, purple cap Seventh Heaven (IRE) 42
Distance Winner
4 9-1 A P O'Brien R L Moore 114 1001
Non runners
1 (6)2/13013-Across The Stars (IRE)49-1Sir Michael StouteNon Runner113


Last year’s Irish and Yorkshire Oaks winner SEVENTH HEAVEN has to compete off level weights against the boys but she’s the class act. The Ballydoyle filly looked as good as ever when chasing home Jack Hobbs in the Sheema Classic in Dubai on her reappearance and the others will need to have improved markedly over the winter to cause an upset. Across The Stars won the King Edward VII Stakes at Ascot last summer, however, and One Foot In Heaven won a Group 2 at Chantilly in October and was then third in the Hong Kong Vase. Galapiat has easily only won a couple of handicaps since joining Mark Johnston but will struggle to dominate this field.