Kempton Park

  • 14:15 Totepool Sirenia Stakes 6f

  • Winner £22,708 2nd £8,608 3rd £4,308 4th £2,148
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 11.50s
  • Off time: 14:17:57
14:15 Kempton Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Hooray 5/2
2nd Reckless Reward (IRE) 7/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 18361 Red, White sash, Royal Blue cap Hooray 16
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
2 9-2 Sir Mark Prescott S Sanders 110 5/23.50
3 (5) 102 White, purple hoop Little Lion Man 14
2 9-0 P W Chapple-Hyam Jim Crowley 85 22/123.00
4 (6) 612014 Yellow, white inverted triangle Reckless Reward (IRE) 16
2 9-0 R Hannon R Hughes 98 7/18.00
5 (8) 91 Royal blue Signs In The Sand 21
Distance Winner
2 9-0 Saeed bin Suroor L Dettori 94 7/42.75
8 (2) 4024 Maroon, Beige and Maroon hooped sleeves Grandmas Dream 38
Beaten Favourite
2 8-11 G C Bravery William Carson 77 66/167.00
Non runners
2 (7)411Excelebration (IRE)29-0M BottiNon Runner89
6 (3)212The Paddyman (IRE)29-0W J HaggasLiam Jones107
7 (4)218115Fifth Commandment (IRE)28-11J A OsborneF Sweeney88


HOORAY sets the standard and can land the Group Three Sirenia Stakes ahead of The Paddyman and Signs In The Sand. Sir Mark Prescott's filly won the Lowther at York in authoritative fashion having previously gone well at Newmarket's July meeting, with her trainer blaming himself for the filly's failure in between. Rated 110, she looks the form pick and as we know she acts on the surface there's little temptation to take her on. The Paddyman romped home at Yarmouth before taking second in the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood and this is technically a drop in class so he must be considered a threat in receipt of weight. He was behind one of Richard Hannon's that day so he should know where he stands in sending Reckless Reward here, although our feeling is he needs to improve as his rating of 98 indicates. Signs In The Sand is the relative unknown quantity but the manner of his maiden success combined with his Mill Reef entry suggest he's above average and a big run wouldn't surprise.