• 15:10 Gilbert Johnson 80 Not Out Handicap7f 100y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 31.21s
  • Off time: 15:10:25
15:10 Beverley Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Summer Dancer (IRE) 14/1
2nd Ansells Pride (IRE) 7/1
3rd Observatory Star (IRE) 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) 092072 Black, White, Yellow, Grey and Brown hoops Indian Skipper (IRE) 7
Distance Winner
5 9-4 be R C Guest Billy Cray (5) 77 6/17.00
2 (9) 26337-5 YELLOW, PURPLE hoops and armlets, hooped cap Observatory Star (IRE) 26
7 9-4 pt T D Easterby F Tylicki 77 5/16.00
3 (7) 309-875 Emerald Green, Yellow diamond, hooped sleeves, Yellow cap Summer Dancer (IRE) 11
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 9-3 P T Midgley M Fenton 76 14/115.00
4 (6) 55360-2 Light Green and Yellow (quartered), Royal Blue sleeves, Maroon cap Celtic Lynn (IRE) 25
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
5 9-0 M Dods T Hamilton 73 6/17.00
5 (8) 3278-99 Emerald Green, Dark Blue Cross of Lorraine, striped sleeves and cap Desert Falls 15
4 8-13 R M Whitaker D J O'Donohoe 72 18/119.00
6 (2) 282731 Royal Blue, Light Green epaulets Elusive Fame (USA) 18
Distance Winner
4 8-11 b M Johnston R Ffrench 70 9/25.50
7 (3) 084-765 Red, pink hollow box, hooped sleeves and cap Glenmuir (IRE) 25
Distance Winner
7 8-9 J J Quinn I J Brennan (5) 68 7/24.50
8 (4) 25-2357 Purple, White chevron hoop, armlets and cap Ansells Pride (IRE) 31
7 8-7 B Smart S De Sousa 66 7/18.00
9 (1) 676472 Dark Blue and Light Blue stripes, Black and Red striped cap Kipchak (IRE) 18
Distance Winner
5 8-7 p C R Dore J P Sullivan (5) 66 16/117.00


A tricky race to call and one where a chance is taken on KIPCHAK to take the measure of Celtic Lynn and Observatory Star. The last-named is now just 2lbs above his last winning mark, which came in August 2008 at Thirsk. This trip is ideal for him and fast ground is not a problem, though his record here of three comfortable defeats from as many starts is less encouraging. Celtic Lynn has not yet won on ground quicker than good, but she ran with plenty of credit on good to firm when runner-up at Newcastle last time and she should see out this extra half furlong. With the Michael Dods runners going well then she can get involved. Elusive Fame is clearly at his best on the artificial surfaces and has yet to even make the frame on turf, while Desert Falls is on a competitive mark but looks bang out of form. Instead, we will turn to Kipchak. Conor Dore's gelding has done all of his winning over 7f and a mile, and he has won two of his three handicaps from higher marks than today's 66. With a fast ground turf win included in that lot there is plenty going for him, and he gets the nod.