Kempton Park

  • 21:20 Panoramic Bar & Restaurant Handicap7f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 26.60s
  • Off time: 21:20:39
21:20 Kempton Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tartan Gigha (IRE) 5/1
2nd Dvinsky (USA) 10/1
3rd Caprio (IRE) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 154875 Royal Blue, White stripe, halved sleeves Dvinsky (USA) 19
Course WinnerDistance Winner
8 9-4 b P Howling I Mongan 85 10/111.00
2 (4) 201760- Purple, Orange armlets, quartered cap Carlitos Spirit (IRE) 157
Course WinnerDistance Winner
5 8-12 B R Millman R Winston 79 14/115.00
3 (2) 321684- Mauve, Yellow star, armlets and star on cap Tartan Gigha (IRE) 160
Distance Winner
4 8-11 M Johnston J Fanning 78 5/16.00
4 (5) 5200-32 White and Yellow stripes, Black cap Leonaldo (USA) 20
Distance Winner
4 8-11 J Gask C Catlin 78 3/14.00
5 (7) 230/56- Grey Papillio (IRE) 244
4 8-10 J R Fanshawe J P Spencer 77 8/19.00
6 (8) 608-215 ROYAL BLUE, WHITE stripe, striped sleeves, YELLOW cap Hallingdal (UAE) 2
Course WinnerDistance Winner
4 8-10 Ms J S Doyle James Doyle 77 11/26.50
7 (6) 54-2122 Purple, Yellow hoops Caprio (IRE) 7
Beaten FavouriteCourse Winner
4 8-7 Tom Dascombe R Kingscote 74 3/14.00
8 (3) 10/3665- YELLOW, light blue spots, yellow cap Non Sucre (USA) 221
4 8-5 J Gallagher M Dwyer 72 33/134.00


This looks a tough call between Hallingdal and CAPRIO and the pin comes down on the latter. Consistency is definitely the strong suit of the Tom Dascombe-trained selection, who HAS not been out of the first two on his last four starts. He acts well on this Polytrack and over the trip and in spite of being beaten from this mark last time we are virtually guaranteed to get a decent level of performance out of him and so will take him to score. Hallingdal took a similar contest at Wolverhampton last time and has gone up 4lbs as a result. He too has a course win to his name and he gets this trip well, so he clearly has a chance. Leonaldo drops back from 9f today and that is not certain to suit. He will need a strong pace to be seen to best effect. The abilities of Papillio looked to have been over estimated by the assessor judged on his handicap debut and he returns from an eight month absence from a 3lb lower mark, which is much more realistic. Carlitos Spirit is still 2lbs higher than when winning at Headquarters last summer and has frame claims, while Tartan Gigha probably needs a drop in the weights. Caprio can star.