Today's racecards

Bath

  • 14:30 Lindley Catering Median Auction Maiden Stakes5f 11y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Firm, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 2.16s
  • Off time: 14:30:16
14:30 Bath Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Dungannon 11/4
2nd Nollaig Shona (IRE) 10/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 2 White, dark green inverted triangle Blackdown Boy 15
Nag me
3 9-0 B R Millman J Millman (3) 10/111.91
2 (3) 5-5 White, Royal Blue epaulets, diabolo on sleeves and diamond on cap Dungannon 15
Nag meBeaten Favourite
3 9-0 A M Balding L P Keniry 11/43.75
3 (1) 49-9 Light blue, white epaulets, halved sleeves, red cap Hounds Ditch 17
Nag me
3 9-0 b1 Eve Johnson Houghton S W Kelly 65 10/111.00
5 (6) 0- Black, white and emerald green chevrons on sleeves, white cap Nollaig Shona (IRE) 218
Nag me
3 8-9 J W Mullins J Quinn 10/111.00
7 (5) 7 Green, pink sash and cap, white sleeves Visual Element (USA) 19
Nag me
3 8-9 R Charlton S Drowne 13/27.50
Non runners
4 (4)76-Elsie's Orphan38-9P R ChamingsK Fallon
6 (7)4-3Poppy Seed38-9Richard HannonR Hughes

Verdict

Kieren Fallon is an interesting jockey booking for Elsie's Orphan and she ran better on her second start as a juvenile at Kempton when last seen in October but she needs to improve on that form on her first start as a three-year-old to get the better of POPPY SEED, who looks the one to beat with Visual Element rated the best of the rest. The selection is trained by Richard Hannon, who has his string in fine form, and she looks the one they all have to beat having stepped up from her only start as a two-year-old when a close third at Salisbury recently. Rod Millman's Blackdown Boy belied market odds when a close second behind The Confessor in a Salisbury maiden at the beginning of the month and he has solid claims on that evidence. Andrew Balding's Dungannon has shown some promise in both starts so far and has to be considered but looks booked for a place at best and of more interest may be Roger Charlton's Visual Element, who should come on for her Kempton debut last month. Richard Hannon's Poppy Seed has an obvious chance though and can give her handler another winner.