|1st||Mrs Brown's Boy||14/1|
|1 (3)||9||Fletcher Christian 19||2||9-3||N Callan||J Gallagher||11/2|
|2 (5)||8||Hats Off 28||2||9-3||L Morris||J R Best||11/4|
|3 (1)||Jimmy Elder||2||9-3||P Dobbs||R Hannon||2/1|
|4 (2)||Mrs Brown's Boy||2||9-3||D E Egan (7)||R Harris||14/1|
|5 (4)||Strong Conviction||2||9-3||C Catlin||M R Channon||11/4|
Neither Hats Off nor Fletcher Christian made much of an impression on their respective debuts and newcomer Mrs Brown's Boy makes little appeal on breeding. However Jimmy Elder makes his racecourse debut for last year's winning yard and has an entry in one of the summer's valuable sales races but STRONG CONVICTION is the speculative choice. He's a half-brother to the smart sprinter Rileyskeepingfaith and Mick Channon's Piccolo colt may be up to winning at the first time of asking.
Fletcher Christian 25-1 (9-3) Dwelt, towards rear and pushed along, never a factor, 9th of 10, 10l behind Baddilini (9-3) at Windsor 5f 2yo mdn (5) gd in Apr.
Hats Off 5-1 (9-3) Dwelt, mid-division, under pressure halfway, soon beaten, 8th of 10, 9l behind Baileys Jubilee (8-12) at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn stks (5) pol in Apr.
Jimmy Elder Invincible Spirit colt out of Hijab.
Mrs Brown's Boy Verglas colt out of Brazilian Style.
Strong Conviction Piccolo colt out of Keeping The Faith.