Tote Win: £11.20 Tote Place: £2.90,1.20,19.00
Straight Forecast: £25.81 Exacta: £31.60 Trifecta: £1,701.10 Swingers: 1&2:5.10 2&3:33.60 1&3:75.80
Jackpot: £44,104.54 carried forward to Ascot, 16th Jun
Placepot: £393.10, Pool: £492309.06, 914.03 winning tickets
Quadpot: £12.20, Pool: £29970.64, 1814.19 winning tickets
BEST TERMS made it three from three as she just held off Shumoos in a tight finish for the juvenile fillies. The winner was away nicely and in a good spot as she picked up well two furlongs out to make her bid for glory - she then kept on bravely when challenged to hold on by the minimum distance when pressed by the favourite. The latter was just left flat-footed for a moment when the winner quickened and Martin Dwyer found himself always in pursuit from that stage. She closed gallantly all the way to the line but could not quite get there and will have learnt plenty having had just the one run to date. The front two were very nearly eclipsed by 100-1 outsider Caledonia Lady. She found a tremendous surge inside the final furlong and almost broke her maiden in dramatic fashion - she will surely not be winless for much longer judged on this effort. American raider Gypsy Robin had won her only start over four and a half furlongs and she was competitive for just about that distance before flattening out in the closing stages. Eyecatchers from the race were Kohala and Ruby's Day, the latter keeping on pleasingly towards the stands' side while David Barron's grey was not disgraced having raced toward the centre of the track. Hilary Needler winner Dozy surprisingly found this happening much too quickly for her and could never get out of the rear echelon while David Wachman's Fire Lily fared best of the two Irish raiders and ran on quite tidily for fourth.