13:45 York

Motability Supported By Royal & Sunalliance Rated Stakes (Handicap) (Class B)

  • 9 Runners
  • Distance: 1m 2f 88y
  • Going: Good to Firm
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Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 2m 9.38s
  • 9 Ran
Silk - Red and Yellow (halved), White cap
  • Form 514230
  • Age 4
  • Weight 9-7

keen, tracked leader, ridden to lead well over 1f out, headed entering final furlong, soon weakened

Silk - YELLOW, BLACK epaulets
  • Form 2/12-440
  • Age 4
  • Weight 9-6

slowly into stride and behind, pushed along 4f out, ridden over 2f out, ran on well final furlong, nearest finish

Silk - White, Red cross belts and armlets, Yellow cap


  • Form 315043
  • Age 4
  • Weight 9-3

keen, tracked leaders, ridden over 2f out, soon lost place, weakened final furlong

Silk - Green, red epaulets
  • Form 411-113
  • Age 4
  • Weight 9-2

tracked leaders, ridden and headway to lead entering final furlong, stayed on well

Silk - Emerald green and purple stripes, white sleeves and cap
  • Form 324022
  • Age 4
  • Weight 8-11

held up, ridden 3f out, headway under pressure from over 2f out, ran on well final furlong, not reach leaders

Silk - Yellow, black star, hooped sleeves, red cap
  • Form 2-03301
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-10

held up in rear, headway on outside from over 2f out, ran on well inside final furlong

Silk - Yellow, Purple spots, sleeves and spots on cap
  • Form 61-4433
  • Age 5
  • Weight 8-7

held up, ridden to chase leaders 2f out, stayed on one pace final furlong

Silk - MAROON, LIGHT BLUE sleeves, LIGHT BLUE cap, MAROON diamond
  • Form 500006
  • Age 5
  • Weight 8-7

behind, outpaced 4f out, weakened over 1f out

Silk - Royal Blue, White cross belts, Royal Blue sleeves, Red armlets, White cap
  • Form 100156
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-2

led until ridden and headed well over 1f out, weakened final furlong

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In depth


A very competitive way to kick off day two of the Ebor meeting and not too many of these can confidently be ruled out. However, Akshar will be a popular choice judged on his earlier efforts this season and he is expected to confirm recent form with Samhari, who still has a little to prove despite meeting his rival on more favourable terms this time. Howle Hill is a smart performer but may be better with more cut in the ground, so Wannabe Around may the one for each way thieves to pick off the bones for the final chunk of place money. The five-year-old goes on any ground and could have the race run to suit if he adopts his customary pace-setting role. Silence Is Golden would also have to be a serious consideration but his tendency to start slowly can leave him with too much to do in the latter stages of his races. Therefore the progressive Akshar may be the safest option for win only purposes today.