15:10 Wolverhampton

Wednesday 10 June 2020

All14:1014:4015:1015:4016:1016:4517:2017:5018:20

Ultimate Royal Ascot Guide At attheraces.com/ascot Maiden Stakes (Div 1)

Class 5  |   7f 36y  |   Standard  |   12 Runners  |   Allweather

Weighed In

Off time: 15:12  |   Winning time: 1m 28.1s

1st
2
(12)
39-4
3/1
T: J H M GosdenJ: Dane O'Neill
Made most, pushed along over 1f out, joined inside final furlong, all out op 5/2 tchd 10/3
2nd
sh
8
(11)
4/1
T: K R BurkeJ: P J McDonald
Tracked winner, ridden to challenge from 2f out, every chance inside final furlong, just held op 5/1
3rd
3 ¼
5
(7)
39-4
5/2f
T: A M BaldingJ: David Probert
In touch, hampered 4f out, pushed along over 2f out, ran on final furlong, went 3rd final strides op 3/1
4th
hd
4
(4)
11/1
T: C HillsJ: Jason Watson
Tracked leaders, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and kept on one pace, lost 3rd final furlong op 8/1
5th
2 ¼
11
(2)
22/1
T: T D EasterbyJ: Rachel Richardson
Keen held up, pushed along and headway 2f out, not trouble leaders op 18/1
6th
4 ½
9
(8)
28/1
T: D J CoakleyJ: T P O'Shea
Raced wide towards rear, never nearer tchd 33/1
7th
sh
7
(1)
7/1
T: R HughesJ: Cam Hardie
Hampered soon after start, held up, never a factor op 6/1 tchd 11/2
8th
2 ¾
6
(10)
9/1
T: C G CoxJ: Hector Crouch
Dwelt raced wide in rear, never on terms op 15/2
9th
2 ½
10
(5)
50/1
T: S L KeightleyJ: E J Walsh
In touch, pushed along and weakened approaching final furlong op 40/1
10th
1
12
(9)
250/1
T: J S WainwrightJ: P Mulrennan
Slowly away towards rear, never on terms op 150/1
11th
19
3
(6)
125/1
T: D C GriffithsJ: Raul Da Silva
Dwelt keen close up, switched right 4f out, ridden and weakened over 1f out op 66/1
12th
9
1
(3)
250/1
T: M MullineauxJ: T Eaves
Slowly away outpaced op 150/1 tchd 300/1

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Betting

Forecast

Kafee (5/2), Alkhat (3/1), Moonbootz (4/1), Life Matters (7/1), Kebek Khan (9/1), Glorious Rio (11/1), Bollin Margaret (22/1), Party Island (28/1), Alpine Mistral (50/1), Dorcha Knight (125/1), The Saddle Rock (250/1), We've Got The Love (250/1)

Verdict
ALKHAT disappointed on his debut, but his powerful connections are keen to persevere, and he has been found a rather weak race in which to seek amends. He has the speed to get across from a wide draw, and that may give him the edge over Kafee, who shaped in similar fashion on his debut at Newbury. Kebek Khan appeals most of the newcomers, and ought to make an impact at the first time of asking.
  1. Alkhat
  2. Kafee
  3. Kebek Khan
Prize Money
1st:
£3,493.00
2nd:
£1,040.00
3rd:
£519.00
4th:
£260.00

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