• 14:15 Burghley Horse Trials Handicap1m

  • Winner £6,476 2nd £1,927 3rd £963 4th £481
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 43.91s
  • Off time: 14:15:23
14:15 Newmarket Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Kalk Bay (IRE) 11/4
2nd Ingleby Spirit 9/2
3rd Yes Chef 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (7) 221- Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Dahaam 304
Distance Winner
3 9-9 B J Meehan J P Spencer 81 6/17.00
2 (1) 34-3900 Emerald Green, White hoop, chevrons on sleeves, White cap Ingleby Spirit 16
3 9-8 R A Fahey T E Durcan 80 9/25.50
3 (3) 97-418 Dark Blue, White star, Red sleeves, White stars, Red cap, White star Veni Vedi Veci (IRE) 42
Distance Winner
3 9-4 A M Balding J Fortune 76 10/111.00
4 (4) 31666 Purple, Emerald Green striped sleeves, White cap Flighty Frances (IRE) 56
3 9-4 D R C Elsworth D Holland 76 11/112.00
5 (2) 41 Yellow, Royal Blue epaulets Kalk Bay (IRE) 11
3 9-2 W J Haggas J P Fahy (5) 74 11/43.75
6 (8) 264228 Dark blue, orange chevron, spots on sleeves and cap Marosh (FR) 22
3 9-2 p R M H Cowell Martin Lane (3) 74 12/113.00
7 (6) 334022 Purple, Grey braces, Purple sleeves, Mauve stars, Purple cap, Mauve star Yes Chef 22
3 9-1 J Gallagher C Catlin 73 5/16.00
8 (9) 0-75154 Dark Blue, Emerald Green chevron, Dark Blue sleeves, Emerald Green seams, striped cap Yabtree (IRE) 22
Course and Distance Winner
3 8-13 R Charlton S J Drowne 71 8/19.00
9 (5) 4775 Royal Blue and White diamonds, White sleeves, Royal Blue armlets, quartered cap Whisper Wind 22
3 8-11 G L Moore F Sweeney 69 40/141.00


Brian Meehan has his string in fine fettle at present so Dahaam has to be respected but he has yet to race as a three-year-old or a handicap and may be best watched first time up this term with a bigger danger looking to be the William Haggas-trained Kalk Bay, who won well enough at Chepstow in a maiden last time and makes his handicap debut today off a mark of 74. Preference though is for Roger Charlton's YABTREE, who was a good winner over course and distance in June, has run well in two subsequent starts since then and he looks worth backing to resume winning ways. David Elsworth's Flighty Frances has struggled in handicaps since winning her maiden at Wolverhampton in April, while Robert Cowell's Marosh has been knocking on the door but is probably too high in the weights. Yes Chef has shown improved form in recent starts and he should be thereabouts again but a better bet looks to be Yabtree.