Today's racecards

Lingfield Park

  • 15:30 Betdaq On 0870 178 1221 Claiming Stakes7f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 25.62s
  • Off time: 15:31:18
15:30 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Kirsty's Boy (IRE) 7/2
2nd Minortransgression (USA) 4/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) 4-43 Beige, Purple hoops, White cap, Purple tassel Minortransgression (USA) 13
Nag me
3 9-4 G L Moore D Sweeney 72 4/15.00
2 (5) 99- Mauve and maroon stripes, purple sleeves and cap Cockney Colonel (USA) 200
Nag me
3 8-13 E J Creighton C Catlin 66/167.00
3 (1) 00212-5 Purple and White check, Purple sleeves, White armlets, White cap Kirsty's Boy (IRE) 24
Nag meCourse and Distance Winner
3 8-11 J S Moore L P Keniry 72 7/24.50
4 (6) 62-2555 PINK, BLACK epaulets and diamond on cap Transfixed (IRE) 9
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
3 8-10 P D Evans P Doe 77 5/16.00
5 (4) 453-314 Black, Beige disc Major Maximus 16
Nag meCourse Winner
3 8-8 b George Baker Matthew Davies (5) 70 7/24.50
6 (2) 433-121 Pink and Mauve check, Pink sleeves Anjomarba (IRE) 4
Nag me
3 8-6 p W G M Turner William Carson (3) 67 11/43.75

Verdict

Bill Turner's Anjomarba has won two of her last three starts, both in this grade, and she has to be respected receiving weight all round following her defeat of Sakile at Wolverhampton earlier this month but she is seemingly better on the slower surfaces than Lingfield's Polytrack and preference is for TRANSFIXED, who gets the vote over Major Maximus. George Baker's colt is relatively unexposed after just eight starts and he looks to be going the right way having won a handicap here before running well in defeat off his new mark at Kempton; dropped back into claiming grade he has solid claims. Stan Moore's Kirsty's Boy has slipped to a fair mark for handicaps now and it is a little surprising that he is being campaigned in this company. Cockney Colonel has only raced twice so far but has shown no sign of encouragement and of more interest is Gary Moore's similarly lightly raced Minortransgression, who has shown reasonable form in all three starts so far and he has to be respected for his in-form stable. David Evans is another trainer who has his string going well and his representative, Transfixed, looks worth siding with in this company having been running well in defeat in handicaps of late.