• 13:00 Wensum Selling Handicap Hurdle2m 4f

  • Winner £2,053 2nd £598 3rd £299
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 22.10s
  • Off time: 13:00:12
13:00 Fakenham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Me Fein 10/3
2nd Mangonel 10/1
3rd Rock Me John (IRE) 2/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 251354 Black, red seams, black sleeves, red stars, black cap, red star Petie Mcsweetie (IRE) 44
5 11-12 Noel Quinlan Jack Quinlan (3) 92 7/18.00
2 53-5P45 White, Royal Blue Cross of Lorraine, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets and star on Royal Blue cap Mangonel 15
Course and Distance Winner
8 11-12 v C Gordon T Scudamore 92 10/111.00
3 035413 Beige, Maroon stars Tower 13
Course Winner
5 11-8 ct M Keighley Daniel Hiskett (7) 88 7/24.50
4 5U55-50 Black, Crimson hoops, White cap, Black spots Monroe Park (IRE) 24
Course Winner
7 11-5 A Blackmore Miss E Crossman (7) 85 33/134.00
5 1153-P9 Black, Yellow chevron, Black sleeves, Yellow stars, Yellow cap Bajan Sunshine (IRE) 7
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
11 11-4 C A Dwyer T E Whelan (5) 84 40/141.00
6 0P/6U2P- White, Black seams, Yellow sleeves, Black seams, White cap Bull Market (IRE) 64
9 11-2 p1 A E Jones Nick Scholfield 82 40/141.00
7 10-9058 White, Black star, White sleeves, Black stars, White cap, Black star Rock Me John (IRE) 118
5 11-0 J L Flint Mr T J Flint (7) 80 2/13.00
8 3-2P2P0 Emerald Green and Yellow (quartered), Yellow sleeves, Emerald Green armlets and cap Shannina 40
7 10-13 D Thompson Tony Kelly (5) 79 25/126.00
9 552557/ Royal Blue and Yellow check Vacario (GER) 637
8 10-8 t B Barr Brendan Powell (3) 74 12/113.00
10 7U2/45P- Red, Royal Blue sleeves, Red stars, Royal Blue cap Fraudster (UAE) 249
9 10-7 Mrs F Hawes A Tinkler 73 66/167.00
11 6500/9-3 Black, White hooped sleeves, Red and White hooped cap Me Fein 25
8 10-1 B Curley Paul Moloney 67 10/34.33


The usual seller to kick off proceedings and one made all the more interesting by the presence of a Barney Curley contender lurking off the bottom perch. Me Fein is certain to attract tremendous interest and the market will obviously provide a most significant clue to his chances of reversing latest placings with TOWER when the pair finished first and third here recently. Me Fein is also much better off at the weights but he is highly unlikely to represent any value and Tower may represent a safer and better value-for-money option, especially after running a solid third to Boomtown at Wincanton last time in open handicap company. Petie McSweetie has a first run in selling class and is accordingly taken seriously whilst another to merit the closest of market watches is Bull Market. The Jones yard are pretty adept at landing a gamble and their inmate has every chance on the best of his limited hurdles form.