• 14:55 Median Auction Maiden Stakes1m 4f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 45.27s
  • Off time: 14:55:11
14:55 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mediterranean Sea (IRE) 7/2
2nd Desert Fairy 10/3


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 5 YELLOW, EMERALD GREEN star, diabolo on sleeves, YELLOW cap Railway Park (IRE) 12
6 9-6 v J S Wainwright P McDonald 15/28.50
2 (7) 060804- Yellow, Royal Blue diamond, White cap Rock Tech 64
5 9-6 J R Jenkins Danny Brock (7) 46 6/17.00
3 (3) Dark Green, Gold diamond, Light Green sleeves, Dark Green and Gold quartered cap Crazy Gracie (IRE) 8
4 8-12 Miss J Feilden Adam Beschizza (7)(ex3) 33/134.00
4 (6) 6335-30 Royal Blue, Yellow star, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue spots, Yellow cap Davana 7
4 8-12 W J H Ratcliffe Kelly Harrison (3) 47 8/19.00
5 (2) 354-463 Maroon, large White spots, sleeves and spots on cap Desert Fairy 8
4 8-12 J W Unett T Eaves 48 10/34.33
6 (4) 432-340 Black and Red (quartered), White sleeves, White cap, Red star Dovedon Angel 14
4 8-12 Miss Gay Kelleway S J Drowne 48 3/14.00
7 (5) 048783- Pink, White epaulets Mediterranean Sea (IRE) 99
4 8-12 J R Jenkins Stephen Craine 47 7/24.50


Crazy Gracie would not need to be anything out of the ordinary to make a winning debut on the flat but she has shown little sign of ability in three starts in bumpers and looks best left out of calculations in a race taken to go to DOVEDON ANGEL, who gets the vote ahead of Desert Fairy. James Unett's filly has gradually slipped down the handicap and showed signs of ability when a close third behind Lytham at Kempton when stepped up in trip over 1m2f last time; the longer trip today should suit the daughter of Tobougg and she has to be considered on her Fibresand debut. Davana has run a couple of reasonable races here but was very disappointing here over a mile last time and she is far from certain to stay the longer trip today. Rock Tech is more likely to appreciate the distance but is unproven on the Fibresand and of more interest may be stable companion Mediterranean Sea, who has every chance judged by official BHA ratings but does need to step up on recent form to trouble the judge. John Wainwright's Railway Park has become expensive to follow over hurdles and makes limited appeal on only his second start on the flat in a race taken to go to Dovedon Angel. Barring a below par effort at Wolverhampton earlier this month Gay Kelleway's filly has been running well of late and a reproduction of that form may well suffice in this company.