Bet Slip
My Bet Slip
-
How to use My Betslip
Placing a Single Bet Placing a Multiple Bet Manage bookmakers

Simply click a price on Race Passes and we’ll take you off to place your bet with your favourite bookmaker. You can also place single bets from the Bet Slip – just click the price in the Bet Slip.

Our Bet Slip allows you to build up your selections before you begin placing multiple bets with your favourite bookmakers. Click the +BET button to add your selections and then, when you’re ready, hit ‘Bet Now’ to go to your chosen bookmaker’s site and place your bets.

Select the bookmaker prices you want to display on Race Passes by switching the toggles between show and hide in the Bookmaker Manager, or use the Currently Showing selection screen. We will automatically display the best odds from your chosen bookmakers.

Note that Betfair Exchange prices are available to logged in customers only and are not included in the best odds calculation.

Bets Odds
You currently have no selections.
timeform logo mini sign in to timeformSign In

register to timeformRegister Free Bets
timeform menu collapse
<<  GO BACK TO RESULTS
Race Pass Options
calendar

ASCOT 16:25

14:3015:0515:4516:2517:0517:4018:15
< 16:25 >

16:25 Tuesday 18 June 2024

ST JAMES’S PALACE STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 7f 213y
Prize : £390,093 Age : 3yo Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Frm
Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf
-
Pedigree
-
Race Reports
-
Running Notes
Pos (Draw) Pos (Draw) Btn Horse Name Horse Name TFR Tfig Jockey Age Wgt ISP ISP BSP Hi/Lo
Pedigree Jockey & Trainer Trainer (Equip) (OR) (Place) BSP
1 (1) 1 (1) Sean Levey silk 7. ROSALLION (IRE) 7. ROSALLION (IRE) -5 <
124+
113 Sean Levey 3 9-2 5/23.5 5/23.5
Sean Levey silk bc BLUE POINT (IRE) 131 - ROSALINE (IRE) NEW APPROACH (IRE) 132 J: Sean Levey
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Richard Hannon
premium content
added a third Group 1 success to his tally with his best performance yet, maturing all the time, plenty to like about the manner in which he picked up after the second had got first run, the tactics with potential to leave him a hostage to fortune (particularly at a track like Goodwood), but the ability there to get him out of it; held up, went with zest, headway 2f out, shaken up over 1f out, kept on well, led final 50 yds; sure to go well again, and likely to be more than a match for the older milers.
held up, headway 2f out, shaken up over 1f out, kept on well, led final 50 yds
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
2 (7) 2 (7) Ryan Moore silk nk 4. HENRY LONGFELLOW (IRE) 4. HENRY LONGFELLOW (IRE) -20 <
123
113 Ryan Moore 3 9-2 11/26.5 11/26.5
Ryan Moore silk bc DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - MINDING (IRE) 127 GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
premium content
clearly hadn't done himself justice on his return and wasted no time getting back on the up, getting first run on the winner, but performing to a level where he'll surely get an opportunity to go one better at some stage this year, either kept to this trip or upped to 1¼m; tracked pace, travelled well, quickened to lead over 1f out, shaken up, kept on well, headed final 50 yds, clear of rest.
tracked pace, quickened to lead over 1f out, shaken up, kept on well, headed final 50 yds
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
3 (2) 3 (2) Alexis Pouchin silk 3 5. METROPOLITAN (FR) 5. METROPOLITAN (FR) -1 <
116
105 Alexis Pouchin 3 9-2 20/121 20/121
Alexis Pouchin silk chc ZARAK (FR) 124 - ALIANZA HALLING (USA) 133 J: Alexis Pouchin
T: M. Baratti, France
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
M. Baratti, France
premium content
looked to have a fair bit to find on form in relation to the Newmarket and Curragh winners and he did well, sticking to his task after getting tapped for toe, every chance, given his sire, that he will be suited by a step up in trip (raced solely at 1m so far); handy, shaken up 3f out, not quicken 2f out, stayed on inside final 1f; has plenty about him physically and may yet do better.
handy, shaken up 3f out, not quicken 2f out, stayed on inside final 1f
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
4 (3) 4 (3) W. M. Lordan silk 8. UNQUESTIONABLE (FR) 8. UNQUESTIONABLE (FR) -9 <
112
102 W. M. Lordan 3 9-2 28/129 28/129
W. M. Lordan silk bc WOOTTON BASSETT 119p - STRAWBERRY LACE - SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 J: W. M. Lordan
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
premium content
got back to the level he showed as a juvenile with his reappearance behind him, setting the race up nicely for his stable's first string, who wasn't quite able to convert the opportunity; led, shaken up straight, headed over 1f out, not quicken inside final 1f; he'd been left in the Commonwealth Cup and is still in the Irish Derby, though his family is one mainly of 7f/1m performers.
led, shaken up straight, headed over 1f out, not quicken inside final 1f
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
5 (6) 5 (6) Jim Crowley silk nk 2. ALYANAABI (IRE) 2. ALYANAABI (IRE) 0 <
112
102 Jim Crowley 3 9-2 10/111 10/111
Jim Crowley silk bc TOO DARN HOT 127p - ALYAMAAMA (USA) KITTEN'S JOY (USA) 128 J: Jim Crowley
T: Owen Burrows
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Owen Burrows
premium content
settled better than in the Guineas but ran to just the same sort of level, lacking the pace to land a blow after coming from a similar position to the winner; held up, shaken up over 2f out, stayed on inside final 1f, never a threat; he probably needs his sights lowering now.
held up, shaken up over 2f out, stayed on inside final 1f, never on terms
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
6 (8) 6 (8) Tom Marquand silk ½ 1. ALMAQAM 1. ALMAQAM +4 <
111
100 Tom Marquand 3 9-2 14/115 14/115
Tom Marquand silk bc LOPE DE VEGA (IRE) 125 - TALMADA (USA) 110 CAPE CROSS (IRE) 129 J: Tom Marquand
T: Ed Walker
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Ed Walker
premium content
had seemed likely to go for the Hampton Court after his win in the Heron and he would have been better off had connections stuck to that plan, lacking the experience and speed for this task but closing up late on; in rear, shaken up home turn, kept on well inside final 1f, nearest at the finish; remains open to improvement.
rear, shaken up home turn, kept on well inside final 1f, nearest finish
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
7 (5) 7 (5) William Buick silk ¾ 6. NOTABLE SPEECH 6. NOTABLE SPEECH +16 <
109?
99 William Buick 3 9-2 6/42.5f 6/42.5f
William Buick silk chc DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - SWIFT ROSE (IRE) 99 INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Charlie Appleby
premium content
a decisive winner over Rosallion at Newmarket, lost his unbeaten record, turning in a lacklustre display, firmer ground possibly an issue, though connections suggested he just ran flat; in rear, took keen hold, effort over 2f out, not quicken, no extra well inside final 1f; this clearly wasn't his running, and he remains a leading contender for the top open 1m races, the Sussex Stakes and a third clash with the winner a potentially intriguing contest.
rear, effort over 2f out, not quicken, no extra well inside final 1f
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users
8 (4) 8 (4) Christophe Soumillon silk 4 3. DARLINGHURST (IRE) 3. DARLINGHURST (IRE) +14 <
98
89 Christophe Soumillon 3 9-2 40/141 40/141
Christophe Soumillon silk bc DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - DR SIMPSON (FR) 101 DANDY MAN (IRE) 123 J: Christophe Soumillon
T: J. Reynier, France
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
J. Reynier, France
premium content
needed to improve up in grade and finished well held, though he promised more than he delivered and seems likely to bounce back at a lower level; in touch, travelled well, shaken up over 1f out, soon beaten, weakened inside final 1f.
in touch, shaken up over 1f out, soon beaten, weakened inside final 1f
premium content My Timeform available only to Registered users

All 8 ran. Race Distance Adjustment: +7 yds

Winning Owner: Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum

Time: 1m 38.38s Closing Sectional: (3f): 36s (102.5%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 110%, Betfair SP 99%

A representative field for what is often the key contest in establishing the leader of the 3-y-o miling generation, the Guineas winners in Britain, Ireland and France all in the field, along with a pair that had won at the highest level at 2 yrs and 2 more that were unbeaten this year and stepping up in grade; the outcome wasn't decisive in that regard, as the favourite failed to fire, but the race otherwise delivered all that it promised, the winner doing well to overhaul one who was ideally positioned the way this went, the form well up to the level that would see the 3-y-os come out on top in the battles ahead against the established older milers.

ROSALLION (IRE) added a third Group 1 success to his tally with his best performance yet, maturing all the time, plenty to like about the manner in which he picked up after the second had got first run, the tactics with potential to leave him a hostage to fortune (particularly at a track like Goodwood), but the ability there to get him out of it; held up, went with zest, headway 2f out, shaken up over 1f out, kept on well, led final 50 yds; sure to go well again, and likely to be more than a match for the older milers.

HENRY LONGFELLOW (IRE) clearly hadn't done himself justice on his return and wasted no time getting back on the up, getting first run on the winner, but performing to a level where he'll surely get an opportunity to go one better at some stage this year, either kept to this trip or upped to 1¼m; tracked pace, travelled well, quickened to lead over 1f out, shaken up, kept on well, headed final 50 yds, clear of rest.

METROPOLITAN (FR) looked to have a fair bit to find on form in relation to the Newmarket and Curragh winners and he did well, sticking to his task after getting tapped for toe, every chance, given his sire, that he will be suited by a step up in trip (raced solely at 1m so far); handy, shaken up 3f out, not quicken 2f out, stayed on inside final 1f; has plenty about him physically and may yet do better.

UNQUESTIONABLE (FR) got back to the level he showed as a juvenile with his reappearance behind him, setting the race up nicely for his stable's first string, who wasn't quite able to convert the opportunity; led, shaken up straight, headed over 1f out, not quicken inside final 1f; he'd been left in the Commonwealth Cup and is still in the Irish Derby, though his family is one mainly of 7f/1m performers.

ALYANAABI (IRE) settled better than in the Guineas but ran to just the same sort of level, lacking the pace to land a blow after coming from a similar position to the winner; held up, shaken up over 2f out, stayed on inside final 1f, never a threat; he probably needs his sights lowering now.

ALMAQAM had seemed likely to go for the Hampton Court after his win in the Heron and he would have been better off had connections stuck to that plan, lacking the experience and speed for this task but closing up late on; in rear, shaken up home turn, kept on well inside final 1f, nearest at the finish; remains open to improvement.

NOTABLE SPEECH a decisive winner over Rosallion at Newmarket, lost his unbeaten record, turning in a lacklustre display, firmer ground possibly an issue, though connections suggested he just ran flat; in rear, took keen hold, effort over 2f out, not quicken, no extra well inside final 1f; this clearly wasn't his running, and he remains a leading contender for the top open 1m races, the Sussex Stakes and a third clash with the winner a potentially intriguing contest.

DARLINGHURST (IRE) needed to improve up in grade and finished well held, though he promised more than he delivered and seems likely to bounce back at a lower level; in touch, travelled well, shaken up over 1f out, soon beaten, weakened inside final 1f.