Fontwell Park

  • 17:10 'Happy Birthday' Angela Bray Standard Open NH Flat Race2m 2f 110y

  • Winner £1,560 2nd £458 3rd £229 4th £114
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 40.40s
  • Off time: 17:10:16
17:10 Fontwell Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Gentleman Jon 5/1
2nd Hawaii Five Nil (IRE) 2/1
3rd Beowulf (IRE) 13/8

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 U51 Black, light blue striped sleeves Hawaii Five Nil (IRE) 111
5 11-11 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 2/13.00
2 Purple and Yellow diabolo, Yellow sleeves and cap Beowulf (IRE)
5 11-4 C E Longsdon N D Fehily 13/82.62
3 7 Dark green, orange hoops, orange cap Foxes Bridge 227
5 11-4 C L Tizzard J Tizzard 28/129.00
4 Dark Blue, Royal Blue chevrons, Dark Blue cap, Royal Blue star Gentleman Jon
5 11-4 J Hughes M D Grant 5/16.00
5 2 Dark Blue, Yellow seams, White and Yellow striped sleeves, White cap, Yellow stars Leave It Be (IRE) 136
6 11-4 Nick Mitchell D A Jacob 16/117.00
6 0-0 Black and yellow check, diabolo on sleeves Mac's Grey (IRE) 97
6 11-4 h Miss Z C Davison Gemma Gracey-Davison (5) 100/1101.00
7 F46 DARK BLUE, PINK sash, PINK sleeves, DARK BLUE armlets, DARK BLUE cap, PINK spots Monte Kaolino (IRE) 18
5 11-4 N J Gifford Tom Cannon (3) 11/112.00
8 44 Royal Blue, Red cross belts, Red and Royal Blue diabolo on sleeves, Red cap Nail 'm (IRE) 11
5 11-4 N J Hawke M J Quinlan (3) 28/129.00
9 3P-0P Maroon, White chevron, White sleeves, Maroon stars, White cap, Maroon star Sterling Gent (IRE) 94
6 11-4 L Corcoran Donal Fahy 50/151.00
10 6 Emerald Green, Red seams, Emerald Green cap Hidden Discounts 22
4 10-9 b1 D Pipe T Scudamore 16/117.00

Verdict

Blinkers will need to transform Hidden Discounts on the evidence of a modest first effort at Ayr while Foxes Bridge may need more time. Monte Kaolino has hinted at ability, however, as has Chepstow fourth Nail 'M and Leave It Be was placed in a point-to-point in Ireland last October. HAWAII FIVE NIL progressed with every run for Eoin Doyle in Ireland in the autumn, winning at Clonmel on his third start. Now with Jonjo O'Neill, he may well be good enough to defy a penalty on his UK debut though a close eye should be kept on Charlie Longsdon's newcomer Beowulf.