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Mon, 30th Apr 2012
17:40
British Stallion Studs Supporting British Racing E.B.F. Maiden Stakes, 5f 10y
6 Runners (2YO only) (Class 5) Total Prize Fund - £5000

No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
Form/Owner(s)
Wearing Details

Weight/Penalty
Offical Rating

Forecast Price*
Jockey/
Trainer

14 Citius (IRE) (10F)
2 b c Iffraaj - Brave Madam (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE))
3 Mrs J Wood

9-3  

6/4
R L Moore
R Hannon

Foaled 25 Jan. Half-brother to Azamata, won at 1m 2f. Third of 9 behind Chilworth Icon beaten 3 1/2l at 5-2 on his racecourse debut at Bath over 5f (good to soft) earlier this month.

23 Fat Gary (GB)
2 ch c Dutch Art - Suzuki (IRE) (Barathea (IRE))
  Fat Gary Sports

9-3  

6/1
R Kingscote
Tom Dascombe

Foaled 5 Feb. Dam a lightly raced maiden.

32 Hillbilly Boy (IRE) (12F)
2 b c Haafhd - Erreur (IRE) (Desert King (IRE))
42 Mr E A Brook

9-3  

3/1
D T Da Silva (5)
W G M Turner

Foaled 23 Feb. Dam won at 6f. Placed once in two starts. Beaten a neck by Ingleby Royale when second of 10 at 7-1 on his latest outing at Beverley over 5f (good to soft) earlier this month.

45 Jimmy Elder (GB)
2 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Hijab (King's Best (USA))
  Pineapple Stud

9-3  

6/1
P Dobbs
R Hannon

Foaled 30 Apr. Dam unraced.

51 Yes Two (GB) (19F)
2 b c Indesatchel (IRE) - Charlie Girl (Puissance)
3 Mustajed Partnership

9-3  

5/1
J Millman
B R Millman

Foaled 3 Mar. Full brother to Knox Overstreet, won over hurdles at 2m 1f. Third of 4 behind Dreamy Ciara beaten 3l at 9-1 on his racecourse debut at Nottingham over 5f (good to soft) earlier this month.

66 Baltic Gin (IRE) (10F)
2 b f Baltic King - Deeday Bay (IRE) (Brave Act)
7 Mr Paul Nicholas

8-12  

33/1
T G McLaughlin
M S Saunders

Foaled 24 Apr. Half-sister to El Torbellino, won twice at 1m and 1m 2f. Beaten 20l behind Chilworth Icon at 20-1 when seventh of 9 on her racecourse debut at Bath over 5f (good to soft) earlier this month.

Race Verdict

With the benefit of experience and the presence of Ryan Moore in the saddle, Bath third CITIUS is preferred to stable companion Jimmy Elder, as he went into plenty of notebooks when hitting top gear too late behind a couple of rivals that had previous runs under their belts. Yes Two started off in a warm Nottingham event and offered some encouragement, while Hillbilly Boy showed progression between his first two runs and handled rain-affected ground well enough at Beverley.

Selection: Citius        Danger: Jimmy Elder        Alternative: Yes Two
* These are prices forecast by PA Sport Ltd. and are to be used only as a guide to the betting market.
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