• 14:20 Play Golf At Southwell Golf Club Handicap6f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Fibresand


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 17.26s
  • Off time: 14:21:41
14:20 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Kummel Excess (IRE) 9/2
2nd Tamarind Hill (IRE) 14/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 325- DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Babylonian 244
3 9-4 M Johnston J Fanning 69 5/23.50
2 (3) 04241-2 Dark blue, pink seams, striped sleeves, pink cap Kummel Excess (IRE) 15
Beaten Favourite
3 9-3 George Baker M Davies (5) 68 9/25.50
3 (1) 62457-4 Red, Yellow diamonds on sleeves, Yellow cap Hill Of Miller (IRE) 17
3 9-3 t Rae Guest M Dwyer 68 14/115.00
4 (7) 874-4 Yellow, emerald green star, white sleeves, yellow cap, emerald green star Rain On The Wind (IRE) 14
3 9-2 S C Williams William Carson (3) 67 9/43.25
5 (8) 1-43752 Black, Red hoop and spots on cap Tealing 7
Course Winner
3 8-13 e R C Guest J Quinn 63 15/28.50
6 (6) 533030- White, Red sash, Red and White striped cap Bandear (IRE) 161
3 8-12 C E Brittain S Sanders 63 8/19.00
7 (5) 334545 PINK, YELLOW spots Tamarind Hill (IRE) 14
3 8-8 b A J McCabe Graham Gibbons 59 14/115.00
Non runners
8 (4)68483-1Cookie Galore38-7J A GloverF Tylicki59


Alan McCabe's Tamarind Hill has run some reasonable races here in recent starts but the son of Shamardal remains a maiden after 16 outings and he may have to settle for minor honours behind BANDEAR, who gets the vote over Hill Of Miller. Rae Guest's gelding is another that has yet to win a race but he has shown some ability and the handicapper has given him a chance by dropping him to a career low mark of just 68 ahead of his debut on the Fibresand. Jeremy Glover's Cookie Galore is likely to struggle under the penalty incurred for her win at Wolverhampton earlier this month, while George Baker's Kummel Express has harshly been raised 2lbs for her effort at Lingfield last time. Mark Johnston's Babylonian did not progressed as may have been anticipated as a juvenile last season and has to be of interest on her handicap and Fibresand debut with the yard in such good form but she may have to settle for minor honours again. The vote then goes the way of Bandear who is trained by Clive Brittain, who can do little wrong with his runners at present, so lack of a run since October should not be a worry for the daughter of Royal Applause. She remains a maiden but should handle the Fibresand and looks worth chancing in a race that should not take a great deal of winning.