• 15:40 E.b.f. Fillies' Handicap1m 4f 23y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 39.29s
  • Off time: 15:40:56
15:40 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Dolcetto (IRE) 9/1
2nd Setter's Princess 8/1
3rd Shy 11/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) 86158-3 White, Light Green stars, Light Green sleeves, White stars and stars on cap Lyra's Daemon 25
Distance Winner
4 9-7 W R Muir G Baker 74 3/14.00
2 (8) 10/055-2 Red, Orange epaulets, armlets and diamond on cap Ragdollianna 14
Distance Winner
6 9-5 M McGrath L P Keniry 72 6/17.00
3 (1) 166-645 Black, Orange disc, Black sleeves, Orange spots and spots on cap Love In The Park 12
5 8-12 R Brotherton William Carson (3) 65 6/17.00
4 (2) 23/279-7 Light Blue, Dark Blue stripe, Dark Blue and Light Blue halved sleeves, Yellow cap Shy 17
5 8-11 B R Millman Jim Crowley 64 11/43.75
5 (7) 557/ RED, BLACK star, striped sleeves, YELLOW cap, BLACK star Dolcetto (IRE) 697
5 8-9 A King M Halford (3) 62 9/110.00
6 (4) 24265-6 Emerald Green, Yellow star, halved sleeves Princess Flame (GER) 83
8 8-5 B G Powell Kirsty Milczarek 58 8/19.00
7 (5) 359 Flame, Brown sleeves, Yellow cap Setter's Princess 28
4 8-3 R J Hodges S Whitworth (ex1) 56 8/19.00
8 (6) 570-230 PINK, BLACK epaulets and diamond on cap Amroth 9
4 8-2 P D Evans Matt Cosham (7)(ex4) 51 12/113.00


Alan King's Dolcetto could be of interest on her first outing in 697 days on her handicap debut off a mark of just 62 but a safer bet looks to be LYRA'S DAEMON, who can give weight away all round with the main danger rated as Ragdolliana. The last mentioned has slipped to a fair mark and ran well on her reappearance at Bath earlier this month when chasing home Lady Hestia and she has every chance of going one better off just a 2lb higher mark today. Any market support for Brendan Powell's Princess Flame would be of interest but she needs to improve on recent form to trouble the judge, while Setter's Princess is lightly raced but looks plenty high enough in the weights for what she has achieved so far. The David Evans-trained Amroth disappointed at Nottingham last time but has claims on earlier form so cannot be discounted but a better bet looks to be Lyra's Daemon. Willie Muir's filly showed improved form when a close third behind King's Masque at Ffos Las recently on her first run since December and she looks the pick of the eight runners on that evidence.