Fontwell Park

  • 16:05 Standard Open NH Flat Race2m 2f 110y

  • Winner £1,437 2nd £419 3rd £210
  • Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 53.20s
  • Off time: 16:06:02
16:05 Fontwell Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Danandy (IRE) 4/1
2nd Boy Of Boru (IRE) 14/1
3rd Boss In Boots (IRE) 9/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 12 ORANGE, BLACK epaulets, BLACK and ORANGE halved sleeves, BLACK cap Ace Fighter Pilot 21
6 11-13 Jim Best C O'Farrell (3) 11/26.50
2 4P-5 Yellow, light green hollow box, striped sleeves, light green cap Barry The Barber (IRE) 11
6 11-6 t Mrs Tracey Barfoot-Saunt Mr G Barfoot-Saunt (5) 150/1151.00
3 Maroon, dark green sleeves, maroon stars, dark green cap Boy Of Boru (IRE)
5 11-6 D M Grissell S Thomas 14/115.00
5 5-421 Pink, Maroon star Danandy (IRE) 39
5 11-6 P J Hobbs R Johnson 4/15.00
6 8 White, Red triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves and cap Made In Italy (IRE) 17
6 11-6 G L Moore J E Moore 25/126.00
7 F252 Maroon, Yellow epaulets, armlets and star on cap Millers Reef (IRE) 67
6 11-6 Jamie Snowden Harry Skelton 15/28.50
9 Brown, Orange epaulets and star on cap Regal Flow
5 11-6 Mrs Caroline Keevil James Best (7) 33/134.00
10 5-F21 Red, Yellow sash, striped sleeves, White cap Waterunder (IRE) 60
5 11-6 t1 D Pipe J W Farrelly 5/23.50
11 White, Purple chevron and sleeves, White and Purple hooped cap Whatlington (IRE)
5 11-6 P Sharp Mr O Garner (7) 200/1201.00
12 325 Sky Blue, White seams, Scarlet cap Easter Fayre 204
5 10-13 Lady Herries L P Aspell 16/117.00
13 5 Dark Blue, Royal Blue star, Yellow cap Whatagoa (IRE) 45
5 10-13 R Rowe Tom Cannon (5) 66/167.00
14 Red, Light Blue stars, Yellow cap, Light Blue stars Boss In Boots (IRE)
4 10-7 J W Mullins N D Fehily 9/25.50
Non runners
40Budsson611-6Miss A M Newton-SmithNick Scholfield
85Presenting Arms (IRE)511-6P F NichollsD A Jacob


Towcester winner Ace Fighter Pilot wasn't disgraced under a penalty at Hereford last month and should make his presence felt again. Danandy, Millers Reef and Waterunder all boast decent form between the flags and the market will be the best guide to their chances but Easter Fayre is probably best watched after a break as she disappointed when last seen at Worcester in June. PRESENTING ARMS was a little green on debut at Plumpton in November but ran on again in the closing stages having got outpaced at halfway. He's bred for the job, being closely related to the useful Flat and hurdles winner L'Opera, and can get off the mark today.