Today's racecards

Lingfield Park

  • 18:00 Ladbrokes/British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes7f

  • Winner £2,911 2nd £866 3rd £433 4th £216
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 22.41s
  • Off time: 18:02:15
18:00 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Pasticcio 5/1
2nd Al Bandar (IRE) 7/4
3rd Swaheen 8/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (5) 3 WHITE, EMERALD GREEN epaulets and star on cap Al Bandar (IRE) 9
Nag me
2 9-5 Richard Hannon R Hughes 7/42.75
2 (9) Light Blue, Dark Blue diamond, Dark Blue cap Amadeity (IRE)
Nag me
2 9-5 J Hughes S J Drowne 50/151.00
3 (8) 90 Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Moonadee (IRE) 7
Nag me
2 9-5 B W Hills Tyler Saunders (7) 16/117.00
4 (4) 5 Emerald Green, Black chevrons on sleeves New Brunswick (GER) 15
Nag me
2 9-5 J H M Gosden William Buick 2/13.00
5 (2) 7 Royal blue Pasticcio 11
Nag me
2 9-5 C Appleby A Kirby 5/16.00
6 (6) 68 Orange, Purple triple diamond, sleeves and diamonds on cap Pyrocumulus (IRE) 15
Nag me
2 9-5 J Hughes Joshua Browning (7) 66/167.00
7 (3) 09 White, dark blue stars on sleeves, hooped cap Striking Stone 40
Nag me
2 9-5 p1 J Hughes Liam Jones 80/181.00
8 (1) Royal Blue, Yellow chevron, Yellow cap, Royal Blue spots Swaheen
Nag me
2 9-5 Sir Michael Stoute Robert Tart (3) 8/19.00
9 (7) Purple, Red star, Red cap Who'sthedude (IRE)
Nag me
2 9-5 R M Beckett Jim Crowley 8/19.00

Verdict

This looks a good maiden by the track's standards and the presence of William Buick is enough to persuade us that NEW BRUNSWICK is worth persevering with. John Gosden's colt probably found it happening all a little too quickly at Sandown on debut, but there was a lot to like about that performance and he should have learnt plenty. Al Bandar was set for a date at the sales though he went to Nottingham instead and ran on well over six furlongs on his belated debut. Pasticcio proved easy to back at Brighton ahead of his first start and the market proved was to prove highly accurate on that occasion. There will be few better-bred horses running on Saturday than Swaheen and Sir Michael Stoute's colt is watched with the future very much in mind.