• 19:10 Dragon Signs And Print Cardiff Median Auction Maiden Stakes7f 16y

  • Winner £2,045 2nd £604 3rd £302
  • Going: Good to Firm (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 22.18s
  • Off time: 19:10:55
19:10 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Hidden Belief (IRE) 10/11
2nd Martial Art (IRE) 5/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) 7 Light Blue, Dark Blue diamond, Dark Blue cap Eaton Oak 21
3 9-3 Mrs L Williamson S Hitchcott 100/1101.00
2 (5) 75 Red, white chevrons, white sleeves, red armlets, red and white striped cap Logans Lad (IRE) 91
3 9-3 t D M Loughnane S W Kelly 20/121.00
3 (2) 04264-2 Yellow, dark blue spots on sleeves Martial Art (IRE) 39
Beaten Favourite
3 9-3 A M Balding Thomas Brown (3) 75 5/42.25
4 (3) 4- Red, White chevron, chevrons on sleeves, Red cap, White diamond Paddy Burke 247
3 9-3 W S Kittow P Cosgrave 10/111.00
5 (1) 26-47 Grey Hidden Belief (IRE) 25
3 8-12 h R M Beckett R Hughes 75 10/111.91


MARTIAL ART is far from straightforward but Andrew Balding may have identified a good opportunity for him to get off the mark. He doesn't give the impression of being overly in love with the game and seemed not to go through with his effort last time at Chester when beaten half a length. Thomas Brown, though, is enjoying a cracking run of form and takes off a valuable 5lb. Hidden Belief looks the main obstacle to overcome, although she hasn't fully lived up to the promise of her Kempton debut last October. Nevertheless, she's shown more than enough in three subsequent starts to rate a major player now. Paddy Burke showed some promise on his Leicester debut last autumn and is next best.