• 18:50 Kb Sheet Metal & Gdbs Handicap1m 2f 32y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 9.32s
  • Off time: 18:50:35
18:50 Newcastle Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st That'll Do Nicely (IRE) 15/8
2nd Sea Land (FR) 17/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) 77-1431 Emerald Green, White seams, Royal Blue cap, White diamond That'll Do Nicely (IRE) 6 (ex6)
Distance Winner
7 9-9 N G Richards I J Brennan (5) 65 15/82.88
2 (8) 05/0-271 Royal Blue and White diamonds, Red sleeves, Royal Blue diamonds, White cap, Red diamonds Smirfy's Silver 7 (ex6)
Distance Winner
6 9-8 Mrs D Sanderson D Fentiman 64 10/111.00
3 (1) 524112 Red, White stars, Royal Blue sleeves, White stars and stars on cap George Adamson (IRE) 16
Beaten FavouriteCourse WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
4 9-7 G A Swinbank P McDonald 69 13/82.62
4 (3) 365-457 Orange, Black star, Red sleeves, Orange cap, Black star Country Road (IRE) 14
4 9-5 e M W Easterby L Vickers 67 10/111.00
5 (7) 280-872 White, black star, sleeves and star on cap Peaceful Rule (USA) 7
4 9-1 D Nicholls Adrian Nicholls 63 25/126.00
6 (6) 0908-48 Black, White diamond Petsas Pleasure 16
4 8-12 Ollie Pears Barry McHugh (3) 60 12/113.00
9 (2) 961774 Black and White diamonds Sea Land (FR) 1
6 8-3 B Ellison P Hanagan 51 17/29.50
Non runners
7 (4)09680-8Navajo Joe (IRE)58-9R JohnsonD Allan57
8 (9)4676/07Paradise Walk68-8E W TuerT Hamilton56


Peaceful Rule showed improved form for David Nicholls when chasing home Chain Of Events in a maiden at Redcar but he faces no easy task back in a handicap this evening in a race taken to go to GEORGE ADAMSON, who is marginally preferred to recent Ayr winner That'll Do Nicely. The Nicky Richards-trained gelding won with plenty in hand at Ayr by over four lengths but a 6lb penalty for that success makes this more difficult and he may have to settle for minor honours today. Smirfy's Silver is another that carries a penalty after a win last time having scored readily at Redcar last week but this is a harder race and he has to race off a career high mark. Brian Ellison's Sea Land receives weight from all his rivals and has claims off his low mark but he is no better than plating class and may struggle in this grade. The vote in a decent handicap though goes the way of Alan Swinbank's George Adamson, who has shown progressive form this term with two wins over course and distance and a decent effort when chasing home Highland Love at Beverley last time and he can go one better off a 2lb higher mark today.