Tote Win: £10.40 Tote Place: £4.00,1.30
Straight Forecast: £38.08 Exacta: £36.60 Swingers: 1&2:4.40 2&3:1.10 1&3:1.10
Jackpot: £6,845.30, Pool: £14462.01, 1.5 winning tickets
Placepot: £21.80, Pool: £105375.63, 3513.11 winning tickets
Quadpot: £3.30, Pool: £6206.81, 1357.36 winning tickets
A heavy rain shower before the first race meant the ground was good to soft for what is always an informative juvenile heat. The early pace wasn't too strong but PYMAN'S THEORY quickly went to the front and never saw another rival. She showed plenty of speed to go three lengths clear of her rivals at the furlong pole although Bannock was reeling her in close home. The winner was paying a compliment to her York conqueror Miss Work Of Art, when admittedly she didn't get the run of her race. Richard Fahey seems to be leaning towards swerving Royal Ascot with his charge and if that's the case then Pyman's Theory must be a leading player in the Queen Mary. The runner-up is a fine looking son of Bertolini with the scope to keep progressing. He had to wait for a gap to appear but really devoured the ground coming up the hill and looks to be crying out for six furlongs. He'll improve throughout the year. Magic City was a neck behind Bannock when conceding him three pounds at Windsor last time but was five lengths adrift of him off level weights here. He carried his head awkwardly over a furlong out and while the ease in the ground may be a valid reason for a below-par display, he hasn't gone on from his sparkling Newbury debut win.