Today's racecards

Yarmouth

  • 17:45 E.b.f./hotpoint Home Appliance Novice Stakes6f 3y

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

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 15.12s
  • Off time: 17:46:19
17:45 Yarmouth Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Margot Did (IRE) 4/9
2nd Joyously 9/2

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (5) 101 Yellow, Emerald Green diamond on body and cap, Yellow sleeves, Emerald Green seams Novabridge 33
Nag me
2 9-5 A B Haynes R Havlin 14/115.00
2 (3) Emerald green, white star, striped sleeves and star on cap Al Burkaan (IRE)
Nag me
2 9-0 E A L Dunlop R L Moore 15/28.50
3 (4) 1 EMERALD GREEN, WHITE chevron, PURPLE sleeves and cap Margot Did (IRE) 10
Nag meDistance Winner
2 8-11 M L W Bell Hayley Turner 4/91.44
4 (1) 0123 EMERALD GREEN, BLACK seams, EMERALD GREEN sleeves, BLACK spots and spots on cap Joyously 8
Nag me
2 8-9 P D Evans C Catlin 9/25.50
5 (2) 6 Black and yellow (quartered), black sleeves, yellow stars, yellow cap Sister June (IRE) 5
Nag me
2 8-9 E J Creighton T P O'Shea 200/1201.00

Verdict

MARGOT DID won in style at Newbury on her debut and she will be trying to follow up here, whilst Novabridge and Al Burkaan could provide a challenge. Margot Did had a comfortable victory last time out in her first start and beat fifteen other horses. Hayley Turner retains the ride and with potentially a lot more to come from this filly, she is our selection for this contest. Novabridge won well in two races out of three in April. Andrew Haynes has a decent record at Yarmouth with two-year olds and therefore this horse should be respected. It is worth checking any significant market movement for Al Burkaan, but this one is best watched on first run out for Ed Dunlop. An interesting jockey booking catches the eye, but on pedigree Al Burkaan may need a mile rather than this shorter trip. Joyously has been relatively consistent in recent runs and is tried at 6f for only the second time. Sister June ran poorly on debut and did not settle, so there may be more to come from her. Our preference is for Margot Did who ran so well on her first outing.