• 14:30 Bet And Watch With Racing UK's App Maiden Auction Stakes7f 100y

  • Winner £2,264 2nd £674 3rd £337 4th £168
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 33.50s
  • Off time: 14:32:04
14:30 Beverley Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Atlantic Affair (IRE) 13/8
2nd Shot In The Sun (IRE) 7/2
3rd Latenightrequest 7/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (7) 37 Dark Blue, Yellow inverted triangle, striped sleeves and cap Chamberlain 55
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2 8-11 h A J McCabe A Mullen 8/19.00
2 (4) Yellow, Black cross belts, Yellow and Black halved sleeves, Black cap Hulcolt (IRE)
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2 8-11 G Moss R Kennemore 14/115.00
3 (1) Dark green, maroon spots, sleeves and spots on cap Jacbequick
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2 8-9 Mrs K Tutty J P Sullivan 10/111.00
4 (10) 00 Maroon and Yellow check, Maroon sleeves, Yellow cap Sleaford 69
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2 8-9 M Brittain P Mulrennan 66/167.00
5 (8) 7 Black, orange disc, black sleeves, brown spots, orange cap, brown spots Bertha Burnett (IRE) 18
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2 8-8 B Rothwell M Fenton 20/121.00
8 (6) 44426 Aquamarine, Black cap Atlantic Affair (IRE) 17
Nag meBeaten Favourite
2 8-6 M Johnston J Fanning 13/82.62
9 (3) 64 Light Blue, Orange epaulets, orange cap Latenightrequest 11
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2 8-6 R A Fahey P Mathers 7/18.00
10 (11) 5 Orange, dark blue star, white cap Mystic Angellina 20
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2 8-4 M C Chapman Danielle Mooney (7) 66/167.00
11 (12) Red, white cross belts, dark blue sleeves, white cap Northern Reach
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2 8-4 G A Harker P M Quinn 33/134.00
12 (2) 552 LIGHT BLUE, ORANGE epaulets Shot In The Sun (IRE) 12
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2 8-4 R A Fahey Barry McHugh 7/24.50
Non runners
6 (9)Colour Of The Wind28-8T D EasterbyD Fentiman
7 (5)89Volodina (IRE)28-8A J McCabeShirley Teasdale


Stablemates Latenightrequest and Shot In The Sun were both beaten in sellers last time. This isn't much better and the latter makes most appeal of that pair but ATLANTIC AFFAIR may prove too good. She's raced exclusively over the minimum trip so far but her winning relatives all scored over longer distances and a Mark Johnston representative has won three of the last six renewals. Chamberlain ran well over 5f here on his debut but was well beaten last time and the newcomer Colour Of The Wind could prove a bigger threat as she's a half-sister to five winners including the useful 7f winner Market Day.