• 16:15 United House Standard Open NH Flat Race2m

  • Winner £3,128 2nd £924 3rd £462 4th £231
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 43.36s
  • Off time: 16:15:39
16:15 Ascot Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Puffin Billy (IRE) 13/8
2nd Lord Protector (IRE) 14/1
3rd Henryville 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 1- BLACK and WHITE check, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK and WHITE quartered cap Chain Reactor 303
6 11-7 Miss Amy Weaver T Scudamore 25/126.00
2 1- Red and White check, White cap Puffin Billy (IRE) 241
4 11-7 O Sherwood B J Geraghty 13/82.62
3 1 MAROON, WHITE star, WHITE sleeves, MAROON armlets and star on WHITE cap Salbatore 24
4 11-7 Mrs L Pearce C Wallis (5) 33/134.00
4 4 Purple, red chevron, quartered cap Amifunnyyet 21
4 11-0 Miss R Curtis A P McCoy 5/16.00
5 23 Amber, black sleeves, black collar and cap Ernie 154
5 11-0 P D Cundell Paul Moloney 9/110.00
6 1- Dark Blue, White star, Red sleeves, White stars, Red cap, White star Hell's Spirit (IRE) 231
4 11-0 A J Honeyball Aidan Coleman 5/23.50
7 2- Lime Green, Royal Blue cross belts Henryville 202
4 11-0 H Fry N D Fehily 16/117.00
8 9- White, Royal Blue spots on sleeves, Royal Blue cap I'm A College Boy (IRE) 355
6 11-0 Noel T Chance Nick Scholfield 50/151.00
9 Purple, Yellow stripe, striped cap Lord Protector (IRE)
5 11-0 P J Hobbs T J O'Brien 14/115.00
10 3 Dark Blue and Maroon stripes, hooped sleeves One For The Boss (IRE) 173
5 11-0 B G Powell Brendan Powell (3) 16/117.00


Oliver Sherwood's stable has been among the winners in the last few days and his PUFFIN BILLY could be the one here under Barry Geraghty. He won by 17 lengths on his debut at Fontwell in March and obviously has ability. Chain Reactor and Salbatore are also one from one in bumpers but probably need to improve to trouble the selection off level weights and Amifunnyyet and Ernie are bigger dangers getting 7lb. Hell's Spirit has won between the flags and Henryville was second in a point-to-point in April. Lord Protector is by Oscar so should have a future over jumps and Philip Hobbs' newcomer is also worth a second glance.