• 13:20 Bet In-running - Betdaq Median Auction Maiden Stakes7f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 29.44s
  • Off time: 13:21:05
13:20 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Solicitor 4/9
2nd Dandarrell 9/2
3rd Admiral Breese 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (1) 0 Royal Blue, Royal Blue and Yellow check sleeves and cap Admiral Breese 13
2 9-3 R Hollinshead Graham Gibbons 16/117.00
2 (9) 00 Jade Green, Flame hooped sleeves, Black cap Crystal Glass 10
2 9-3 T D Easterby D Nolan 66/167.00
3 (4) 5 Red, Yellow seams and cap Dandarrell 10
2 9-3 Miss J A Camacho T Eaves 9/25.50
4 (2) 9 Gold, Red stars, Gold sleeves and cap, Red tassel Honoured (IRE) 39
2 9-3 Sir Mark Prescott S Donohoe 14/115.00
5 (6) 08 Royal Blue, Brown seams, White cap Inshaallah 20
2 9-3 J G Given J-P Guillambert 33/134.00
6 (3) White, Black disc, Black and White halved sleeves, Black cap Pobs Trophy
2 9-3 R C Guest Billy Cray (7) 100/1101.00
7 (7) 4 DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Solicitor 21
2 9-3 M Johnston J Fanning 4/91.44
8 (8) 6 Dark blue, yellow star, yellow and dark blue chevrons on sleeves, yellow cap Bubber (IRE) 21
2 8-12 R A Fahey P Hanagan 7/18.00
9 (5) 08 White, Royal Blue stars, Royal Blue and White check sleeves Chardonnay Star (IRE) 179
2 8-12 C J Teague P McDonald 150/1151.00


Everything here points to success for SOLICITOR, who won't be much of a price but should be too good for Bubber and Dandarrell. Southwell is comfortably the best of the artificial surfaces for trainer Mark Johnston, who has a superb 30 per cent strike rate here over the past five seasons, and he has bettered that with one winner from just two runners here since the current winter campaign began. He also has a very good strike rate here with his juveniles, which augurs well for the chance of Solicitor, who ran green but with plenty of promise on his Yarmouth debut, and should come on plenty for that smart effort and looks good enough here. Richard Fahey's Bubber is also likely to show a fair bit more than a moderate enough Catterick debut. That was on soft ground, and she handled it well, and this surface may well suit, while the step up in trip looks a positive. Dandarrell performed with credit, also with cut in the ground, at Doncaster earlier in the month and is another potential improver for both the run and today's longer trip. With the remainder all appearing to have to make significant improvements on what we have seen to get involved at the business end, we will take Solicitor to lay down the law.