Today's racecards

York

  • 15:45 Daniel Prenn Royal Yorkshire Stakes Handicap1m 2f 88y

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

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 11.93s
  • Off time: 15:45:27
15:45 York Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Changing The Guard 12/1
2nd Union Island (IRE) 25/1
3rd Antinori (IRE) 10/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (9) 422-231 Emerald Green, Red sash, Yellow sleeves and cap Antinori (IRE) 23
Nag meDistance Winner
3 9-9 W R Swinburn A Kirby 92 10/111.00
2 (10) 251-7 Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Mustaqer (IRE) 52
Nag me
3 9-7 B W Hills R Hills 90 14/115.00
3 (3) 21 Royal blue Sovereign Remedy (USA) 25
Nag me
3 9-5 Saeed bin Suroor L Dettori 88 3/14.00
4 (8) 2314-80 Grey, beige star, grey sleeves, beige stars and stars on cap Goliaths Boy (IRE) 7
Nag me
3 9-1 R A Fahey P Hanagan 84 22/123.00
5 (6) 221325 Light Blue, Royal Blue braces, Royal Blue cap Changing The Guard 21
Nag me
3 9-1 R A Fahey Freddie Tylicki (5) 84 12/113.00
6 (5) 61-2 Pink, Emerald Green chevron, halved sleeves, quartered cap Distant Memories (IRE) 21
Nag me
3 9-0 T P Tate M Fenton 83 7/18.00
7 (7) 23-10 Royal blue, white epaulets, black cap Rafaan (USA) 50
Nag meDistance Winner
3 9-0 M Johnston J Fanning 83 28/129.00
8 (1) 232-120 Grey Union Island (IRE) 7
Nag me
3 8-13 K A Ryan N Callan 82 25/126.00
9 (4) 041-93 Light Green, Purple spots, sleeves and spots on cap Call It On (IRE) 22
Nag meBeaten Favourite
3 8-13 M H Tompkins M Hills 82 8/19.00
10 (2) 610-65 Green, pink sash and cap, white sleeves Marching Time 7
Nag meBeaten Favourite
3 8-13 Sir Michael Stoute R L Moore 82 3/14.00
11 (11) 971-222 Yellow, Royal Blue epaulets, Royal Blue and Yellow chevrons on sleeves, Royal Blue cap Tepmokea (IRE) 7
Nag me
3 8-12 K R Burke A Elliott 81 7/18.00

Verdict

TEPMOKEA deserves a change of fortune and is fancied to uphold last week's Epsom form with Marching Time and Union Island. The Godolphin-owned Sovereign Remedy is going the right way and, as he is open to any amount of improvement, he may be a bigger threat than the selection's old rivals on this occasion. The mount of Frankie Dettori won a maiden in good style at Nottingham in May - admittedly the form of which leaves a little to be desired. However, the son of Elusive Quality could do no more than win, so is entitled to take his chance in this better grade. However, Tepmokea has also made excellent progress and, as he already holds a number of today's rivals on previous form; he is in with a live shout of gaining a deserved success from the foot of the weights.