Today's racecards

Newcastle

  • 19:55 6box Supports John Harris Racing Maiden Stakes7f

  • Winner £2,590 2nd £771 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 30.74s
  • Off time: 19:58:22
19:55 Newcastle Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Bella Noir 16/1
2nd Fifty Moore 9/2
3rd Gypsy Style 100/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) Dark Blue, Red chevron, Red sleeves, Dark Blue spots, Red cap Jingoism (USA) 13
Nag me
4 9-8 b1 B Ellison D Swift (5) 28/129.00
2 (1) 7 Emerald green and white (quartered), emerald green sleeves, white stars, white cap Talent Scout (IRE) 12
Nag me
4 9-8 T D Walford D Tudhope 50/151.00
3 (8) 2 Emerald Green, Black chevrons on sleeves African Wave (USA) 152
Nag me
3 9-3 J H M Gosden N Mackay 8/131.62
4 (6) 5 Black, Red star, Red sleeves, Black armlets, Red cap Deferto Delphi 25
Nag me
3 9-3 F P Murtagh I J Brennan (5) 40/141.00
5 (3) 7-3279 Yellow, Red chevrons, diabolo on sleeves, Red cap, Yellow star Fifty Moore 22
Nag me
3 9-3 Jedd O'Keeffe P Hanagan 80 9/25.50
6 (10) Emerald Green and Pink stripes, Pink sleeves Moorgate Lad
Nag me
3 9-3 O Brennan P Mulrennan 100/1101.00
7 (5) 7 White, Pink epaulets Opera Cat (USA) 112
Nag me
3 9-3 M Johnston J Fanning 8/19.00
8 (9) 364 Black and white diabolo, striped sleeves, quartered cap Swiftly Done (IRE) 14
Nag me
3 9-3 D Carroll D Nolan 8/19.00
9 (7) Royal Blue, Red seams, striped sleeves, Red cap, Royal Blue star Bella Noir
Nag me
3 8-12 Mrs K Burke A Elliott 16/117.00
10 (4) 99 Orange, Red sleeves Gypsy Style 14
Nag me
3 8-12 t1 Mrs K Walton A Mullen 100/1101.00
11 (11) Maroon, Grey Cross of Lorraine Stella Marris
Nag me
3 8-12 C R Wilson P Makin 80/181.00

Verdict

Jedd O'Keefe's Fifty Moore deserves to win a contest having run some decent races in defeat and he has claims back in a maiden having been well held in a handicap at Haydock last time but may have to again settle for minor honours behind AFRICAN WAVE, who is hard to oppose. John Gosden's colt ran promisingly on his debut back in March at Doncaster when second of 17 behind Bullwhip on a softish surface and he can go one better here. Mark Johnston's Opera Cat was well held first time up and is hard to recommend, while Declan Carroll's Swiftly Done looks booked for a place at best. Brian Ellison's Jingoism has shown only limited signs of ability in bumpers and it is hard to get away from African Wave.