• 20:40 Bet Totepool At Fillies' Handicap1m 14y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 36.16s
  • Off time: 20:41:28
20:40 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Sooraah 5/2
2nd My Sister 10/1
3rd Mausin (IRE) 11/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 (9) 647 White, Red chevron, hooped sleeves, Red cap Sooraah 35
3 9-7 W J Haggas J P Fahy (5) 70 5/23.50
3 (8) 4-645 Black, Yellow sash and sleeves, Yellow cap, Black spots Mausin (IRE) 21
3 9-4 H Morrison G Baker 67 11/43.75
4 (10) 0-3598 Emerald Green, Red sash, Yellow sleeves and cap Alice Cullen 18
3 9-1 v1 W R Swinburn Jack Mitchell 64 11/26.50
5 (7) 5-49432 Black, Yellow stripe, diabolo on sleeves Leitzu (IRE) 31
Course and Distance Winner
3 9-1 M R Channon C Catlin 64 9/25.50
6 (6) 0395 Red, white triple diamond, red sleeves, white spots, red cap, white diamond Sula Two 13
3 8-11 R J Hodges William Carson (3) 60 10/111.00
7 (5) 5056-04 Royal blue, emerald green epaulets, halved sleeves,    royal blue cap, emerald green diamond My Sister 29
3 8-9 M D I Usher P J Dobbs 58 10/111.00
8 (3) 683155 Light Blue, Dark Blue stripe, Light Blue cap Hathaway (IRE) 14
Distance Winner
3 8-8 W M Brisbourne T P O'Shea 57 14/115.00
9 (1) 01-084 White, pink chevron, armlets and cap Ravens Rose 39
Distance Winner
3 8-6 J G Portman Saleem Golam 55 22/123.00
10 (2) 0-73006 Red, Royal Blue epaulets, Royal Blue sleeves, Red armlets, White cap Better Be Blue (IRE) 42
3 8-2 A W Carroll Andrew Heffernan (3) 45 40/141.00
Non runners
1 (4)422-00Rare Malt (IRE)39-7Miss Amy WeaverMartin Lane70


The William Haggas-trained Sooraah is lightly raced and has to be considered on his handicap debut after just three starts but he does not appear to be that well treated off a mark of 70 and a safer option looks to be LEITZU, who gets the verdict ahead of My Sister. Mark Usher's filly stepped up from her reappearance run when a close up fourth behind Centime at Nottingham over 1m2f last month and she has every chance over this slightly shorter trip off a 1lb lower mark. Mark Brisbourne's Thirsk winner Hathaway has struggled in two starts since that success and of more interest may be Hugh Morrison's Mausin, who is lightly raced and could be of interest racing in a handicap for the first time. The vote though goes the way of Mick Channon's Leitzu, who has shown much improved form in recent outings, running a close second of 17 behind Kingsdine at Salisbury last time, and he looks the one that they all have to beat.