Lingfield Park

  • 15:35 Marriott Play And Stay Handicap5f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 0m 58.43s
  • Off time: 15:35:27
15:35 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Nickel Silver 6/5
2nd Indian Skipper (IRE) 11/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) 222-047 White and Light Green check, White sleeves, hooped cap Ebraam (USA) 7
Course WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
7 9-4 S Curran R Winston 98 9/25.50
2 (5) 03680-8 Red, White hollow box, halved sleeves, White cap Hoh Hoh Hoh 20
Distance Winner
8 8-12 R J Price S Donohoe 92 14/115.00
3 (1) 121-231 Pink, White star, White sleeves, Pink stars, White cap, Emerald Green star Nickel Silver 10
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
5 8-12 v B Smart T Eaves 92 6/52.20
4 (4) 008-375 Yellow, Black stars, Black and Yellow hooped sleeves, Yellow cap, Black star Peak District (IRE) 3
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 8-5 b1 K A Ryan C Catlin 85 9/25.50
5 (6) 5-13023 White, Black disc, Black and White halved sleeves, Black cap Indian Skipper (IRE) 6
Course Winner
5 8-4 v1 R C Guest Billy Cray (5) 84 11/112.00
6 (2) 20016-4 Purple, Yellow hoops Wotashirtfull (IRE) 30
Course WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
5 8-4 p J R Boyle N Mackay 83 7/18.00


This looks a very decent race, one of the best two on the card, with four of the six having course and distance winning form to their name, including our selection NICKEL SILVER who we think can get the better of main dangers Indian Skipper and Ebraam. Three wins and as many places from his last six outings show he's bang in form, albeit at a lower level. It's a big step up in class, but one we feel he can bridge, from an ideal draw. He's the only interest on the card for Brian Smart and Tom Eaves, and they could be going home with a hefty winners' cheque. Indian Skipper's three career wins have all come over shorter trips, and he's not always the quickest away, and given a likely decent clip to this contest, he's going to need a better exit than on some occasions. Ebraam won this race two years ago when under the tutelage of Derek Shaw. He's onto a third trainer since then, and his subsequent two victories have both come over further at Wolverhampton and at a lower grade. Each of the runners is likely to have some support and it could be a real dash, with our support going with Nickel Silver to get home first.