Windsor 16:00 Result

Winning Time:

3:29

Runners:

11

Winning Trainer:

C Appleby

Winning Jockey:

W Buick

Total Win:

  • 4 Balgowan 9/2
  • 5 Locksmith 33/1
  • 6 D Day Hero 66/1
  • 7 Gin And Tea 200/1
  • 8 Planxty 200/1
  • 9 Gulick 16/1
  • 10 Newton Dancer 13/2
  • 11 Loving And Giving 7/1
16:00 Windsor

Cazoo Novice Stakes (GBB Race)

  • Class 5
  • 3YO
  • Winner £3942
  • -
  • 11 runners

1m 2f

Going: Good (Good to Soft in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

TRUE ACCOLADE was sent off favourite on his debut, when beaten three lengths by smart prospect Surrey Mist. Charlie Appleby's charge was a touch keen, but raced prominently before tiring inside the final furlong. The drop back in trip should suit, while the experience should stand him in good stead too, so he is taken to break his duck at the second time of asking. Salvator Mundi finished a place behind the selection that day, but it was encouraging nonetheless and he is respected for powerful connections. Simon and Ed Crisford saddle Sooghan, who looks the part on paper, and he is one of a few interesting newcomers.

  • 1
    True Accolade
  • 2
    Sooghan
  • 3
    Salvator Mundi
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
1 (8)

6-

Shirt

(164)

Form /6-

3

9-5

T: W J HaggasJ: Tom Marquand
2 (2)

8

Shirt

(25)

Form /8

3

9-5

T: D M LoughnaneJ: Stefano Cherchi
3 (4)

Shirt

3

9-5

T: Brian O'RourkeJ: Ray Dawson
4 (5)

Shirt

3

9-5

T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Charles Bishop
5 (3)

Shirt

3

9-5

T: C FellowesJ: J P Spencer
6 (1)

Shirt

3

9-5

T: J FergusonJ: Daniel Muscutt
7 (9)

09

Shirt

(19)

Form /09

3

9-5

T: J GallagherJ: Darragh Keenan
8 (7)

0-4

Shirt

(19)

Form /0-4

3

9-5

T: J & T GosdenJ: R Havlin
9 (11)

Shirt

3

9-5

T: S & E CrisfordJ: R Coakley
10 (6)

3

Shirt

(19)BF

Form /3

3

9-5

T: C ApplebyJ: W Buick
11 (10)

0-8

Shirt

(86)

Form /0-8

3

9-0

T: R WoodmanJ: William Cox

Race Tip

TRUE ACCOLADE was sent off favourite on his debut, when beaten three lengths by smart prospect Surrey Mist. Charlie Appleby's charge was a touch keen, but raced prominently before tiring inside the final furlong. The drop back in trip should suit, while the experience should stand him in good stead too, so he is taken to break his duck at the second time of asking. Salvator Mundi finished a place behind the selection that day, but it was encouraging nonetheless and he is respected for powerful connections. Simon and Ed Crisford saddle Sooghan, who looks the part on paper, and he is one of a few interesting newcomers.

Pick

  • 1
    True Accolade
  • 2
    Sooghan
  • 3
    Salvator Mundi