Today's racecards

Windsor

  • 18:10 E.b.f. Francesca Tizzard 21st Birthday Today Maiden Stakes6f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 13.68s
  • Off time: 18:12:37
18:10 Windsor Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Majestic Dream (IRE) 2/1
2nd Putin (IRE) 50/1
3rd City Legend 33/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (2) Claret, Silver sash, hooped cap Brandy Alexander
Nag me
2 9-3 Richard Hannon P Dobbs 15/28.50
2 (9) Dark blue, pink disc, halved sleeves, dark blue and pink hooped cap City Legend
Nag me
2 9-3 v1 A J Mccabe J Doyle 33/134.00
3 (3) 6 Dark Blue and White diabolo, Red sleeves, White armlets, Dark Blue and White quartered cap Majestic Dream (IRE) 21
Nag me
2 9-3 W R Swinburn A Kirby 2/13.00
4 (7) 0 Royal Blue, Light Blue cross belts, Light Blue cap Putin (IRE) 21
Nag me
2 9-3 D Haydn Jones Andrea Atzeni 50/151.00
5 (4) White, Pink epaulets Tijori (IRE)
Nag me
2 9-3 Richard Hannon R Hughes 11/82.38
6 (1) 7 Mauve, Mauve and White check sleeves, White cap Watered Silk 81
Nag me
2 9-3 M P Tregoning Martin Dwyer 9/110.00
7 (8) 95 Black, White cap Empress Charlotte 16
Nag me
2 8-12 M L W Bell M Fenton 12/113.00
8 (5) Black, Red disc, Black and White check sleeves, White cap Luv U Too
Nag me
2 8-12 F J Brennan S Whitworth 66/167.00
9 (6) Red, Black hoop and armlets, Primrose cap Silver Angel (IRE)
Nag me
2 8-12 M R Channon C Catlin 20/121.00

Verdict

Having won two of the last three renewals of this race, it's hardly surprising that Richard Hannon fields a couple of likely types again tonight: TIJORI making slight more appeal than Brandy Alexander on this occasion. Majestic Dream was introduced over this course and distance earlier in the month and, having caught the eye by staying on well near the finish, he is most probably capable of improving on his debut effort - the Walter Swinburn-trained colt rates as the biggest threat from the rest. However, 'Team Hannon' is synonymous with early success at Windsor's Monday night meetings and Tijori, a half-brother to a winning debutant, ticks all the right boxes for selection here; especially as he gets the nod from the in-form Richard Hughes as the stable's best chance of victory.