Ascot 15:45 Result

15:45

Winning Time:

3:57

Runners:

11

Winning Trainer:

W J Haggas

Winning Jockey:

A J Farragher

Total Win:

  • 4 Double Cherry 12/1
  • 5 Frantastic 11/2
  • 6 Al Nafir 8/1
  • 7 Night Of Luxury 10/1
  • 8 Wild Crusade 10/1
  • 9 Sandstorm 20/1
  • 10 Mandobi 8/1
  • 11 Blue Trail 10/1
15:45 Ascot ITV1

Lavazza Stakes (Heritage Handicap)

  • Class 2
  • 3YO
  • Winner £51540
  • -
  • 11 runners

1m 3f 211y

Going: Good to Soft

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

With five in the field, Godolphin look to have a stranglehold on this race, but William Haggas might have the fly in the ointment in the shape of LA YAKEL. He was an impressive winner of a novice race at Southwell when upped in trip for the first time and, on handicap debut, he looks the one to side with. First Ruler won on his first handicap start when getting the better of Etonian here in July, and he's a big player with Ryan Moore in the plate, while Al Nafir looks capable of bouncing back from a disappointing showing at York.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (10)

2-11210

Shirt

3

9-9

100

T: C ApplebyJ: David Probert
2 (3)

114382

Shirt

(37)

Form /114382

3

9-8

99

T: C ApplebyJ: N Callan
3 (9)

3121

Shirt

(57)C

Form /3121

3

9-5

96

T: C ApplebyJ: R L Moore
4 (1)

2-1107

Shirt

(38)D

Form /2-1107

3

9-2

93

T: W J HaggasJ: D Tudhope
5 (4)

681411

Shirt

(28)

Form /681411

3

9-1

92

T: S bin SuroorJ: Kevin Stott
6 (5)

31-631

Shirt

(15)

Form /31-631

3

9-1

92

T: J & T GosdenJ: R Havlin
7 (6)

21-25

Shirt

(14)

Form /21-25

3

9-1

92

T: C ApplebyJ: Harry Davies
8 (8)

221162

Shirt

(49)D

Form /221162

3

9-1

92

T: M MeadeJ: Rob Hornby
9 (7)

331

Shirt

(36)

Form /331

3

8-10

87

T: W J HaggasJ: A J Farragher
10 (11)

5-6316

Shirt

(63)BFD

Form /5-6316

3

8-10

87

T: T WardJ: Daniel Muscutt
11 (2)

321561

Shirt

(18)

Form /321561

3

8-6

83

T: Alice HaynesJ: Saffie Osborne

Race Tip

With five in the field, Godolphin look to have a stranglehold on this race, but William Haggas might have the fly in the ointment in the shape of LA YAKEL. He was an impressive winner of a novice race at Southwell when upped in trip for the first time and, on handicap debut, he looks the one to side with. First Ruler won on his first handicap start when getting the better of Etonian here in July, and he's a big player with Ryan Moore in the plate, while Al Nafir looks capable of bouncing back from a disappointing showing at York.

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