• 16:50 Standard Open NH Flat Race2m 110y

  • Winner £1,301 2nd £382 3rd £191 4th £95
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 13.20s
  • Off time: 16:50:27
16:50 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Saint Luke (IRE) 7/2
2nd Flemi Two Toes (IRE) 7/4
3rd Kawa (FR) 9/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 15-121 REd, white star, emerald green sleeves, red cap, white stars Saint Luke (IRE) 27
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 11-13 P Bowen R Johnson 7/24.50
2 1 Dark Blue, Pink star, armlets and cap Kawa (FR) 74
Distance Winner
5 11-10 R Dickin C Poste 9/43.25
3 62-41 Yellow, Black and Yellow hooped sleeves, Yellow cap, Black spots Bravo Riquet (FR) 132
5 11-3 R Mathew W Marston 16/117.00
4 3 Royal Blue and Yellow check, Royal Blue sleeves, Yellow spots, Royal Blue cap Flemi Two Toes (IRE) 86
Beaten Favourite
5 11-3 Miss R Curtis B J Geraghty 7/42.75
5 Royal Blue, Yellow chevron, Royal Blue sleeves, Yellow stars, quartered cap Tranquil River (IRE)
6 11-3 John R Upson Charles Greene (7) 66/167.00
6 Yellow, dark green and yellow hooped sleeves, yellow and dark green hooped cap Wild Tango
5 11-3 R H Buckler A Glassonbury 40/141.00
7 854- Black, yellow epaulets, yellow sleeves, black armlets, yellow cap My Legal Lady 295
6 10-10 H S Howe Timmy Murphy 12/113.00
9 6 GREEN, WHITE cross belts, NAVY BLUE sleeves and cap Rowlestone Lad 20
4 10-7 R J Price R Flint 50/151.00
10 Black and Grey diabolo, chevrons on sleeves, Black cap Twin Barrels
4 10-7 A B Haynes J M Davies 33/134.00
Non runners
8General Melchett (IRE)410-7G R I SmylyT Molloy


It will be a surprise if Flemi Two Toes doesn't step up on his debut third at Bangor in November. Rebecca Curtis' five-year-old is probably the main danger here to SAINT LUKE. A winner over C&D last month, Peter Bowen's son of Bob's Return looks a decent prospect and is capable of defying his penalty. Kawa's defeat of A Bridge Too Far at Ludlow was boosted by the second's subsequent hurdles success and he shouldn't be ignored, but points winner Bravo Riquet is probably worth opposing on his debut under Rules. Giles Smyly's General Melchett looks the pick of the newcomers on breeding but may need more time.