• 19:35 Totequadpot Sprint Handicap6f 16y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm, Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 10.95s
  • Off time: 19:36:17
19:35 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Olynard (IRE) 9/2
2nd We Have A Dream 3/1
3rd Barons Spy (IRE) 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 60-0230 RED, WHITE sleeves, BLUE and WHITE striped cap Wildcat Wizard (USA) 13
Distance Winner
4 9-13 t P F I Cole Greg Fairley 93 7/18.00
2 (5) 575240 Red and Mauve diamonds, White sleeves, Red cap Shifting Star (IRE) 13
Distance Winner
5 9-11 W R Swinburn P J Dobbs 91 9/25.50
3 (7) 094800 EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW and EMERALD GREEN chevrons on sleeves, WHITE cap, YELLOW star Mac Gille Eoin 20
Distance Winner
6 9-11 J Gallagher Martin Lane (3) 91 11/112.00
4 (4) 002206 Orange, Dark Green disc Abraham Lincoln (IRE) 8
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 9-10 p R Harris T P O'Shea 90 7/18.00
6 (8) 110-308 Purple, Mauve spots on sleeves, Mauve cap Olynard (IRE) 13
Distance Winner
4 9-9 R M Beckett Jack Mitchell 89 9/25.50
7 (3) 484714 YELLOW, BLACK seams, BLACK cap Kerrys Requiem (IRE) 11
Distance Winner
4 9-8 v M R Channon C Catlin 88 14/115.00
8 (9) 02-2042 White, Purple stars, sleeves and star on cap We Have A Dream 8
Distance Winner
5 9-8 W R Muir G Baker 88 3/14.00
9 (6) 4800-64 Mauve, Light Blue cross belts Spanish Bounty 39
Distance Winner
5 9-8 J G Portman Saleem Golam 88 9/110.00
10 (10) 66-0659 Yellow, Black chevron, diamonds on sleeves, Black cap Barons Spy (IRE) 15
Distance Winner
9 8-9 R J Price Andrew Heffernan (3) 75 10/111.00
Non runners
5 (1)3-2111Tagseed (IRE)49-10W J HaggasT P O'Shea90


Tagseed has been in good form for William Haggas of late, winning his last three starts, and he does not seem to be too harshly treated having only been raised 4lbs for the latest of those successes but they have all been over seven furlongs so the drop back to six may not be ideal and preference is for WE HAVE A DREAM, who is preferred to Wildcat Wizard. Paul Cole's gelding disappointed at Windsor last time but placed efforts at Ascot and Newbury previously represent fair form and he has solid claims if able to reproduce a similar level of form today. Walter Swinburn's Shifting Star is closely matched with Wildcat Wizard on running behind Rileyskeepingfaith at Newbury and he also disappointed at Windsor last time but cannot be ruled out. Abraham Lincoln has been running consistently well and has to be considered but he is strictly held by the selection on running at Epsom last time so looks booked for a place at best, while Mick Channon's Kerrys Requiem has paid the penalty at the hands of the handicapper for her win at Goodwood last month. The vote then goes the way of Willie Muir's We Have A Dream, who apart from one below par effort at Ascot in May has done little wrong in four starts this term, and he can gain a well deserved first success of the campaign racing off the same mark as when a close second at Epsom last week.