York 15:35 Result

Winning Time:

3:29

Runners:

8

Winning Trainer:

Sir Michael Stoute

Winning Jockey:

R Kingscote

Total Win:

  • 4 Dark Moon Rising 50/1
  • 5 Kingmax 33/1
  • 6 White Wolf 16/1
  • 7 El Bodegon 7/2
  • 8 Magisterial 11/4
15:35 York ITV4

Al Basti Equiworld Dubai Dante Stakes (Group 2)

  • Class 1
  • 3YO
  • Winner £99242
  • -
  • 8 runners

1m 2f 56y

Going: Good

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Desert Crown made a pleasing start to his career when running out a comfortable winner at Nottingham in November and he has been well supported for the Derby in recent weeks. Sir Michael Stoute has won this contest six times, with two of those going on to succeed in the Epsom Classic, and although there is every chance the son of Nathaniel will turn out to be a top-class prospect, the concern on this occasion has to be a lack of experience. With that in mind, the vote goes to MAGISTERIAL, who backed up his juvenile victory at Haydock under a penalty at Leicester, when stepping up to 1m2f for the first time, and the son of Frankel, whose dam is a half-sister to Lillie Langtry that produced an Oaks winner in the shape of Minding in 2016, is capable of further progression. El Bodegon's Group 1 success at Saint-Cloud has worked out nicely, with the runner-up currently the ante-post favourite for the Derby and the fourth a leading contender for the Irish 2000 Guineas, while others to note i

  • 1
    Magisterial
  • 2
    El Bodegon
  • 3
    Desert Crown
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (2)

614-4

Shirt

(40)

Form /614-4

3

9-2

98

T: A P O'BrienJ: R L Moore
2 (8)

7123-14

Shirt

(27)

Form /7123-14

3

9-2

100

T: K A RyanJ: Kevin Stott
3 (3)

1-

Shirt

(190)

Form /1-

3

9-2

T: Sir Michael StouteJ: R Kingscote
4 (7)

21311-

Shirt

(201)D

Form /21311-

3

9-2

112

T: J FergusonJ: Daniel Muscutt
5 (4)

22-14

Shirt

(29)

Form /22-14

3

9-2

101

T: D LoughnaneJ: Rossa Ryan
6 (6)

41-1

Shirt

(19)D

Form /41-1

3

9-2

99

T: J & T GosdenJ: L Dettori
8 (1)

21118-8

Shirt

(12)C

Form /21118-8

3

9-2

112

T: M JohnstonJ: Jason Hart
9 (9)

1

Shirt

(17)

Form /1

3

9-2

T: S bin SuroorJ: D Tudhope
7 (5)

15214-2

Shirt

(28)BF

Form /15214-2

3

9-2

107

T: A M BaldingJ: Jason Watson

Race Tip

Desert Crown made a pleasing start to his career when running out a comfortable winner at Nottingham in November and he has been well supported for the Derby in recent weeks. Sir Michael Stoute has won this contest six times, with two of those going on to succeed in the Epsom Classic, and although there is every chance the son of Nathaniel will turn out to be a top-class prospect, the concern on this occasion has to be a lack of experience. With that in mind, the vote goes to MAGISTERIAL, who backed up his juvenile victory at Haydock under a penalty at Leicester, when stepping up to 1m2f for the first time, and the son of Frankel, whose dam is a half-sister to Lillie Langtry that produced an Oaks winner in the shape of Minding in 2016, is capable of further progression. El Bodegon's Group 1 success at Saint-Cloud has worked out nicely, with the runner-up currently the ante-post favourite for the Derby and the fourth a leading contender for the Irish 2000 Guineas, while others to note i

Pick

  • 1
    Magisterial
  • 2
    El Bodegon
  • 3
    Desert Crown