• 18:30 Butlins Handicap1m 4f

  • Winner £3,886 2nd £1,156 3rd £578 4th £289
  • Going: Good (Good to Soft in places on the straight course)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 36.02s
  • Off time: 18:30:26
18:30 Goodwood Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Nave (USA) 7/2
2nd Dakiyah (IRE) 15/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 73133-5 Dark Blue, Red disc, Red cap Fanditha (IRE) 69
Course Winner
4 10-0 L M Cumani K Fallon 84 9/25.50
2 (3) 65-0543 Yellow, Royal Blue epaulets, Royal Blue sleeves, Yellow armlets and star on Royal Blue cap Dakiyah (IRE) 2
Course WinnerDistance Winner
6 9-11 p Mrs L J Mongan I Mongan 81 15/28.50
3 (5) 924-116 Beige and Maroon check, Maroon sleeves, Maroon cap, Beige star Mister New York (USA) 187
Distance Winner
5 9-10 Noel T Chance W Buick 80 14/115.00
4 (8) 51421/8 White, Navy Blue cap, White spots Pathos (GER) 61
6 9-8 G L Moore G Baker 78 15/28.50
5 (7) 516-434 Black and Purple (quartered), Purple sleeves Rockfella 26
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
4 9-4 D J Coakley E Ahern 74 5/16.00
7 (2) 54-4584 Emerald Green and Royal Blue (halved horizontally), Blue sleeves, Emerald Green cap Missionaire (USA) 19
3 8-10 W J Knight S W Kelly 77 3/14.00
8 (4) 22-5216 Emerald Green, Dark Blue sleeves Nave (USA) 3
3 8-10 M Johnston Greg Fairley 77 7/24.50
Non runners
6 (6)1-52083Trachonitis (IRE)69-4J R JenkinsR Hughes74


Noel Chance's Mister New York has shown improved form on the Polytrack since last being seen on turf in June of last year and he could be of interest on his first run since February having dropped to a mark of 80 but lack of decent form on turf is a concern and more solid claims are held by Mark Johnston's Bath winner, Nave, who ran too badly to be true at Southwell recently but he may not have handled the surface and did stumble badly at the start there. William Knight's Missionaire ran better at Ascot last time and the consistent performer makes more appeal than Rockfella, who could probably do with some help from the handicapper. Several of these have chances in a competitive event but it might just be worth siding with Luca Cumani's FANDITHA, who should come on for his Doncaster reappearance run in June and improve for the return to 1m4f.