• 21:10 Coca-cola Classic Handicap1m 4f 23y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 37.25s
  • Off time: 21:11:29
21:10 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Shy 9/2
2nd Party Palace 16/1
3rd Spinning Waters 9/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (8) 75373-1 BLACK, EMERALD GREEN triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, BLACK cap, EMERALD GREEN diamond Gulf President 8 (ex6)
Distance Winner
4 9-10 Tim Vaughan Andrew Heffernan (3) 60 6/42.50
2 (9) 6444/80- Bottle green, gold cross belts and armlets, green cap, black hoop Croon 46
Distance Winner
8 9-4 b1 Andrew Turnell G Baker 60 33/134.00
3 (3) 62-2043 Light Blue, Dark Blue stripe, Light Blue cap Carter 16
Beaten Favourite
4 9-4 W M Brisbourne Jim Crowley 60 7/18.00
4 (5) 279-734 Light Blue, Dark Blue stripe, Dark Blue and Light Blue halved sleeves, Yellow cap Shy 16
5 9-3 B R Millman J Millman (3) 59 9/25.50
5 (6) 55-5466 Red, White cross belts, Light Green sleeves and cap Swiss Art (IRE) 20
4 9-0 Mrs A M Thorpe C Catlin 56 25/126.00
6 (11) 225950 Light Blue, Yellow cross belts, Yellow sleeves, Light Blue armlets, Yellow cap Silken Promise (USA) 6
4 8-12 p T B Coles I Mongan 54 14/115.00
7 (7) 725339/ Dark Green, Light Green epaulets and armlets Berry Hill Lass (IRE) 25
6 8-10 v J G M O'Shea Tony Culhane 52 50/151.00
8 (4) 4-69533 OXFORD BLUE, GREEN sleeves, FLAME cap Spinning Waters 7
Distance Winner
4 8-8 b Eve Johnson Houghton L Morris 50 9/25.50
9 (1) 3-03736 ORANGE, large EMERALD GREEN spots, WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE spots, ORANGE cap, WHITE spots Party Palace 13
Course and Distance Winner
6 8-5 H S Howe J Quinn 47 16/117.00
10 (10) 343469 GREEN, PLUM sleeves, hooped cap Trysting Grove (IRE) 13
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 8-4 p1 E G Bevan Saleem Golam 45 14/115.00
11 (2) 6/475-95 Red, Yellow seams, halved sleeves, quartered cap Robbmaa (FR) 20
5 8-4 b1 A W Carroll Sophie Doyle (5) 45 66/167.00


A 6lb rise for his romp at Brighton last time does not look nearly enough to prevent GULF PRESIDENT from following up, while Shy, Carter and Spinning Waters should be fighting out the minors. The Tim Vaughan-trained selection did not look an easy ride at the Sussex track, but once he picked up he went clear over a furlong out to win by eight lengths. In the context of this race that was impressive, and a repeat effort would make him very tough to beat. Little else looks to be in great form, with Shy a maiden after 15 starts and likely to be hampered by ground conditions, and Spinning Waters already proving beatable from today's mark of 50 despite going well on fast ground. Carter is another exposed runner who is weighted to get competitive and has definite frame claims. Nothing else makes serious appeal and the race all revolves around whether Gulf President can come up with a similar effort to the one he produced at Brighton. If he can, then there should only be one winner. Jonathan Doidge.