• 18:20 Rotary Wise-Men Race For Polio Eradication Open Hunters' Chase3m 110y

  • Winner £988 2nd £304 3rd £152
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 25.40s
  • Off time: 18:20:32
18:20 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Double Mead 4/6
2nd Drom 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 2633P1 Emerald Green, Royal Blue triple diamond and armlets, White cap, Royal Blue diamond Drom 18
Distance Winner
10 12-2 Mrs C Drury Mr W Kitchman (7) 104 13/27.50
2 122-423 Emerald Green, White armlets Dream Garden 5
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
10 11-12 Mrs L Henderson Mr George Henderson (7) 114 5/16.00
3 154-7PP Maroon, light blue sleeves, maroon spots Karley 20
Distance Winner
12 11-12 M Foley Miss C Chugg (7) 50/151.00
4 6P272U YELLOW, BLACK seams, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK stars, BLACK cap, YELLOW star Or Bleu (FR) 5
Distance Winner
11 11-12 Mrs H Kemp Mrs C Hardwick (7) 107 20/121.00
5 132111 Royal blue, cerise hoop, armlets and cap Double Mead 7
Distance Winner
11 11-9 A Dunn Mrs Alex Dunn (3) 121 4/61.67
6 591/11-3 Black, pink diamond, hooped sleeves and star on cap Miss Vivian (IRE) 334
Distance Winner
7 11-5 M J Wall Mr M Wall (3) 13/27.50


Drom arrives in good shape having recently won between the flags but this looks a good opportunity for DOUBLE MEAD to add to his winning tally. Nine times a winner between the flags, he's also won five over regulation fences including a very easy victory at Wetherby last week. It will take a good effort to lower his colours but Miss Vivian is still a youngster in hunting terms and the dual point-to-point winner looks the one to shake up the selection.