P663 CEEFAX 2 663 Sat 13 Jun 21:17/12       ROYAL WINNER AT YORK 1/3 Whitechapel, carrying the silks of Her Majesty the Queen, notched a timely and apt success in the Qujen Mother's Cup Lady Amateur Riders Handicap. On his owner's birthday, the Lord Huntingdon-trained ten-year-old chose the ideal moment to record his tenth success in a fine career. He looked booked for second place as Pekay went to the front at York. However the steering failed on that one and Whitechapel rallied strongly to record a hugely popular success. WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Rest of reports for York meeting 674 Asct news R Asc Thu R Asc Fri Friar Tck
P663 CEEFAX 2 663 Sat 13 Jun 21:16/23       HUNTINGDON THRILLED WITH WIN 2/3 Lord Huntingdon was all smiles after Whitechapel's success in the Qujen Mother Cup Lady Amateur Riders' Handicap at York. "This is a great day. It was always the plan to challenge down the centre of the track and it worked," he said. "I am thrilled for Jane (Allison) but we also have to thank Maxine Cowdrey. "She was asked to ride the horsj but, knowing he is hard work, said she wouldn't be fit enough as she hasn't been riding out regularly." WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Rest of reports for York meeting 674 Asct news R Asc Thu R Asc Fri Friar Tck
P663 CEEFAX 2 663 Sat 13 Jun 21:14/58       RIDER HAS ONE REGRET 3/3 Jane Allison was left with one regret after partnering the Qujen's Whitechapel to victory at York. The winning rider won her weight in champagne but was left to moan: "I probably don't weigh enough! "Everything in the race went according to plan. I watched the professional riders in the earlier races and learned from them. "Pekay headed us at one stage but, when he began to veer, my horsj got his head in front and battled on well." WILLIAM HILL GLEE FOR FRIAR TUCK 662 Rest of reports for York meeting 674 Asct news R Asc Thu R Asc Fri Friar Tck