• 17:15 Best Dressed Lady Handicap1m 75y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 47.41s
  • Off time: 17:15:31
17:15 Nottingham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Count Bertoni (IRE) 9/1
2nd Secretive 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) 54342-7 Red, black striped sleeves, red cap, black star Count Bertoni (IRE) 78
3 9-4 p S Gollings G Baker 74 9/110.00
2 (8) 7451- Pink and Royal Blue diabolo, diamonds on sleeves and cap Starry Mount 189
3 9-3 A B Haynes P Makin 73 4/15.00
3 (7) 1-76 DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Secretive 18
3 9-3 M Johnston R Ffrench 73 4/15.00
6 (6) 64307-2 Red, white seams, diamonds on sleeves, white cap Jimmy The Poacher (IRE) 14
3 8-12 T D Easterby J-P Guillambert 68 15/82.88
8 (5) 3307-1 BLACK, WHITE hollow box and star on cap Lord Raglan (IRE) 31
Course and Distance Winner
3 8-11 J R Weymes A Elliott 67 7/24.50
11 (4) 6145-49 Black, Yellow stripe, diabolo on sleeves Leitzu (IRE) 18
Distance Winner
3 8-6 M R Channon Kirsty Milczarek 62 12/113.00
Non runners
4 (1)62318-0Rezwaan39-0Jane Chapple-HyamDeclan Cannon70
5 (2)2-33Golden Tiger38-12T P TateM Geran68
7 (10)454-539Deely Plaza38-11J A GloverL Vickers67
9 (11)393523-We'll Deal Again38-10M W EasterbyP Donaghy66
10 (9)57-5Shayla38-10G A SwinbankR Winston66


Lord Raglan will be tough to beat in his follow-up bid but we will take him on here with WE'LL DEAL AGAIN, while Starry Mount and Jimmy The Poacher are short-list material. Lord Raglan was a soft ground winner over this track last time and has gone up 5lbs for it. That was his handicap debut and he showed a good attitude, so he should go close in this return to Colwick Park. Starry Mount won a soft ground Ayr handicap over 7f last October and is 8lbs higher this afternoon. The yard is still among the winners and he is also open to further progess in just his second handicap, so he has to be feared. Jimmy The Poacher was runner-up at Leicester on fast ground last month and this step up in trip should suit. From the same mark he may show us more today and a market check is very much advised. The same goes for our pick, We'll Deal Again. Mick Easterby's colt is a maiden after eight starts, and has shown a penchant for softer conditions when twice making the frame. He is well worth another try at the trip and with the yard among the winners we'll take him to be fit enough to win on his reappearance.