Sandown Park

  • 15:55 Kylmar Novices' Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Heavy, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 13.20s
  • Off time: 15:57:37
15:55 Sandown Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Oscar Whisky (IRE) 4/11
2nd Cois Farraig 11/1
3rd Sherwani Wolf (IRE) 9/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1-11 Dark Blue and White diabolo, hooped sleeves and cap Oscar Whisky (IRE) 65
Distance Winner
5 11-8 N J Henderson B J Geraghty 4/111.36
2 3510 White, Emerald Green stripe, White sleeves, Dark Blue armlets War Party 28
6 11-8 Dr R D P Newland D A Jacob 118 33/134.00
3 1-40 Gold, White hoops, Emerald Green cap Cois Farraig 52
5 11-2 P R Webber W T Kennedy 11/112.00
4 RED, WHITE sleeves, BLUE and WHITE striped cap Confide In Me 28
6 11-2 t J Akehurst S Durack 66/167.00
5 Dark Green and Light Green diamonds, Yellow sleeves, Yellow cap, Dark Green star Deep Waters (IRE) 418
5 11-2 S Dow L P Aspell 100/1101.00
6 0 Maroon, black sleeves, maroon and black hooped cap Etruscan (IRE) 6
5 11-2 C Gordon C Bolger 100/1101.00
7 BLACK and WHITE check, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK and WHITE quartered cap Keep Guessing
7 11-2 W Greatrex T Scudamore 50/151.00
8 107 Purple, pink triple diamond, pink cap Pro Pell (IRE) 21
5 11-2 G L Moore P Hide 33/134.00
9 FU25-2 Black, Royal Blue stars on sleeves Rossmill Lad (IRE) 264
6 11-2 J R Boyle Christian Williams 100/1101.00
10 12-15 Maroon, purple armlets Sherwani Wolf (IRE) 76
Distance Winner
6 11-2 N A Twiston-Davies P J Brennan 9/25.50
11 Dark Blue Track Record 172
5 11-2 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 12/113.00


OSCAR WHISKY looks to have been found a fine opportunity to win again here although Sherwani Wolf and French import Track Record cannot be ruled out receiving 6lb apiece. Nicky Henderson's son of Oscar made light work of his rivals when beating Spirit Of Adjisa in December. All three of his starts have been at Newbury, however he should have no problem with this track and this progressive chap is fancied to win again. His main rival may prove to be the newcomer Track Record who was bought for 62,000 guineas in October. From an excellent French family, this son of Montjeu must be of interest if the market speaks in his favour. This race was won last year by a French import, although Ronaldo Des Mottes had already won over hurdles. Sherwani Wolf's fifth to Silver Kate didn't look too hot at the time, however her subsequent successes means that this Nigel Twiston-Davies inmate needs plenty of respect on this less testing ground. Rossmill Lad is a former Irish point-to-pointer who may just find things happening too quickly here, Pro Pell shaped with promise behind Master Of The Hall on his hurdling bow, whilst Etruscan and Cois Farraig have both contested some good races but both need to improve. War Party's form has a more solid look to it. His run at Catterick last time can be discounted as conditions were poor, but the feeling is that this decent flat horse may need quicker ground to reproduce his best. All in all this looks straightforward for Oscar Whisky to continue his progression.