Haydock 15:00 Result

15:00

Winning Time:

3:31

Runners:

10

Winning Trainer:

Owen Burrows

Winning Jockey:

Jim Crowley

Total Win:

  • 4 Royal Champion 8/1
  • 5 Brentford Hope 25/1
  • 6 Passion And Glory 7/1
  • 7 Intellogent 5/1
  • 8 Marie's Diamond 33/1
  • 9 Foxes Tales 14/1
  • 10 Peter The Great 10/1
15:00 Haydock ITV1

Betfred Rose Of Lancaster Stakes (Group 3)

  • Class 1
  • 3YO+
  • Winner £45368
  • -
  • 10 runners

1m 2f

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

GROCER JACK is rated 6lb or more superior to these rivals and, after proving he is at the top of his game with a nine-length win at Newbury last month, the five-year-old is difficult to oppose. If there is a chink in his armour then it may be the softer ground expected here, with all his winning form on a faster surface. Passion And Glory has no such concerns and may be his biggest danger, though both Anmaat and Peter The Great could have more to offer.

  • 1
    Grocer Jack
  • 2
    Anmaat
  • 3
    Passion And Glory
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
1 (5)

32112-1

Shirt

(28)D

Form /32112-1

4

9-7

109

T: Owen BurrowsJ: Jim Crowley
2 (4)

2733-57

Shirt

(35)CD

Form /2733-57

5

9-7

104

T: R HughesJ: P J Dobbs
3 (3)

106/280

Shirt

(28)CD

Form /106/280

6

9-7

104

T: M R ChannonJ: B A Curtis
4 (7)

27-2464

Shirt

(36)CDD

Form /27-2464

4

9-7

108

T: A M BaldingJ: David Probert
5 (8)

221-541

Shirt

(21)D

Form /221-541

5

9-7

118

T: W J HaggasJ: Tom Marquand
6 (6)

16-2323

Shirt

(28)

Form /16-2323

7

9-7

109

T: Jane Chapple-HyamJ: A Kirby
7 (2)

050402

Shirt

(13)C

Form /050402

6

9-7

102

T: R FellJ: S De Sousa
8 (1)

3-00851

Shirt

(36)D

Form /3-00851

6

9-7

112

T: S bin SuroorJ: Louis Steward
9 (10)

5-62211

Shirt

(43)D

Form /5-62211

4

9-7

107

T: J & T GosdenJ: R Havlin
10 (9)

1/39-41

Shirt

(64)D

Form /1/39-41

4

9-7

105

T: R VarianJ: Andrea Atzeni

Race Tip

GROCER JACK is rated 6lb or more superior to these rivals and, after proving he is at the top of his game with a nine-length win at Newbury last month, the five-year-old is difficult to oppose. If there is a chink in his armour then it may be the softer ground expected here, with all his winning form on a faster surface. Passion And Glory has no such concerns and may be his biggest danger, though both Anmaat and Peter The Great could have more to offer.

Pick

  • 1
    Grocer Jack
  • 2
    Anmaat
  • 3
    Passion And Glory