Today's racecards

Doncaster

  • 19:55 Chique Designer Boutique Of Armthorpe Maiden Stakes1m 4f

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

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 34.90s
  • Off time: 19:57:20
19:55 Doncaster Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Saptapadi (IRE) 2/7
2nd Dancing Dude (IRE) 4/1
3rd Najam 25/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 63 Dark Blue, Emerald Green spots and sleeves, Red cap Sir Mark (IRE) 12
Nag me
6 9-13 M A Peill D Tudhope 20/121.00
2 (9) 0/ Red, red and Royal blue check cap Daniel Defoe (USA) 536
Nag me
4 9-12 Sir Michael Stoute Louis Beuzelin (3) 16/117.00
3 (8) 5-3 Black, Red chevrons and armlets Frankie Falco 9
Nag me
4 9-12 G Fierro R Kennemore (3) 50/151.00
4 (4) 2/45- Pale Blue, White and Yellow check cap Saptapadi (IRE) 345
Nag me
4 9-12 Sir Michael Stoute R L Moore 100 2/71.29
5 (7) Purple and White stripes, Black velvet cap, Gold tassel Sleep Over 68
Nag me
5 9-8 D Morris P Hanagan 40/141.00
6 (10) 56- Royal Blue, Light Green stars on sleeves, Royal Blue cap, Light Green star Dream Risk (FR) 135
Nag me
4 9-7 Mrs K Walton I J Brennan (5) 50/151.00
7 (6) 42 RED, WHITE sleeves, BLUE and WHITE striped cap Dancing Dude (IRE) 13
Nag me
3 8-7 M Johnston J Fanning 4/15.00
8 (3) 8 Pink, Emerald Green epaulets and armlets, hooped cap Enchanting Smile (FR) 21
Nag me
3 8-2 A J Mccabe Declan Cannon (5) 50/151.00
9 (5) 7 White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Najam 22
Nag me
3 8-2 C E Brittain C Catlin (ex2) 25/126.00
10 (1) 666-575 RED, BLACK epaulets and stars on sleeves, BLACK cap Penderyn 21
Nag me
3 8-2 C Smith P Pickard (5) 50 100/1101.00

Verdict

Sir Michael Stoute's Daniel Defoe is surely better than he showed on his debut at Yarmouth in October 2008 but he has not been seen since then and stable companion SAPTAPADI seems the one to beat with the main danger looking to be Dancing Dude. Mark Johnston's colt improved from his debut outing when chasing home Goodlukin Lucy at Musselburgh earlier this month and he has solid claims on that evidence. Clive Brittain's Najam was well held first time up at Lingfield last month and is likely to struggle, while Sir Mark ran better at Redcar last time but is becoming expensive to follow. Not many of these can be given a serious chance and it is hard to oppose Sir Michael Stoute's Saptapadi, who was highly tried last season but ran well in Group 3 contests at Sandown and Chester and he looks to have been found a winning opportunity in this company.