Haydock Park

  • 18:55 Countrywide Freight Nursery Handicap6f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good (6 Furlongs: Good to Firm)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 13.92s
  • Off time: 18:57:08
18:55 Haydock Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Layla's Hero (IRE) 5/4
2nd Regardless 9/1
3rd Our Dream Queen 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) 313 Red, Light Blue chevrons, Red sleeves, hooped cap Maison Brillet (IRE) 21
Distance Winner
2 9-7 J Howard Johnson F Tylicki (3) 80 9/110.00
2 (1) 155 Light blue, white chevron, sleeves and cap Dancing Red Devil (IRE) 12
2 9-4 Paul Green P Mulrennan 77 16/117.00
3 (2) 351 Green, black star and cap yellow sleeves Our Dream Queen 17
Distance Winner
2 9-1 B W Hills R Winston 74 5/16.00
4 (9) 42515 Lime Green Military Call 16
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
2 9-0 E S McMahon R Mullen 73 5/16.00
5 (3) 412 Grey, beige star, grey sleeves, beige stars and stars on cap Layla's Hero (IRE) 6
Beaten Favourite
2 8-12 D Nicholls P Makin 74 5/42.25
6 (7) 6317 Red, Red cap, White spots Wigan Lane 27
Distance Winner
2 8-11 R A Fahey P Hanagan 70 14/115.00
7 (8) 73342 Pink and Red diamonds, Red sleeves Regardless 7
2 8-6 v Mrs G S Rees F Norton 65 9/110.00
9 (6) 80074 Dark Blue and Red (quartered), striped sleeves and cap Countrywide Ice (IRE) 20
2 7-12 b K A Ryan D Fentiman 53 50/151.00
Non runners
8 (5)66644Rightcar27-12Peter GraysonJ Mackay55


Maison Brillet disappointed on his nursery debut at Hamilton last month when a 14 length third and Howard Johnson's colt is hard to back with any confidence after that outing with a safer option looking to be LAYLA'S HERO, who gets the vote over Our Dream Queen. The Barry Hills-trained filly had to work hard to justify odds of 10/11 at Ffos Las last month and she looks a shade high in the weights on a mark of 74 following that effort. Regardless races off the same mark as when well held in a Chepstow nursery last month but she has run better in an auction maiden since then so cannot be discounted. Ed McMahon's Military Call has shown a consistent level of form, including in nurseries and he should do better today back on a faster surface having been slightly below par on good to soft ground at Leicester last time. Wigan Lane has to be considered with Richard Fahey continuing to churn out plenty of winners but she was well held in an Ascot nursery last month and now looks best watched. The vote then goes to Layla's Hero, who was good value for his win in an auction maiden at Hamilton last month prior to a decent effort when chasing home Bluie in a Goodwood nursery last week. He looks the one they all have to beat back on faster ground that should not inconvenience the David Nicholls-trained gelding.