• 18:35 Totequadpot Maiden Stakes5f 13y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 1.25s
  • Off time: 18:35:43
18:35 Nottingham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Kanaf (IRE) Evs
2nd Diamond Johnny G (USA) 7/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (3) 6 White, Royal Blue star and armlets, Emerald Green cap Wirral Way 96
4 9-13 t F Sheridan James Doyle 100/1101.00
2 (2) 49 Black, Red seams, Purple cap Slap And Tickle (IRE) 83
4 9-8 t1 S C Williams R Ffrench 25/126.00
3 (1) 60-2462 Emerald Green, White diamond, halved sleeves Diamond Johnny G (USA) 11
3 9-3 t E J Creighton Alan Creighton (3) 75 7/18.00
4 (6) 3- Royal Blue, White epaulets, striped cap Kanaf (IRE) 320
3 9-3 E A L Dunlop T P O'Shea Evs2.00
5 (5) 0 Black, pink cross of lorraine, black sleeves, pink stars Regal Emperor (IRE) 8
3 9-3 D Nicholls M Geran (3) 22/123.00
6 (4) 42 Pink, royal blue spots, pink cap Sulis Minerva (IRE) 15
3 8-12 t J Gask L Morris 15/82.88


The four-year-olds Wirral Way and Slap And Tickle face no easy task against the classic generation in this maiden where the vote goes to the reappearing KANAF, who gets the vote over Diamond Johnny G. Ed Creighton's gelding is becoming expensive to follow having had four starts already this term, latterly when well held behind Lucky Flyer in a maiden auction race at Windsor earlier this month and he has to be considered back on turf following that improved effort. Jeremy Gask's Sulis Minerva stepped up from his debut effort on the Polytrack when chasing home Free For All at Folkestone recently and he makes more appeal than Regal Emperor, who showed little sign of ability on his debut for David Nicholls. The vote then goes the way of Ed Dunlop's Kanaf, who ran well first time up as a juvenile and he looks worth siding with on his reappearance in a race that should not take much winning.