• 14:00 Handicap Chase3m 2f

  • Winner £2,144 2nd £630 3rd £315 4th £157
  • Going: Good to Soft, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 58.90s
  • Off time: 14:00:31
14:00 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Inandover 11/2
2nd Shock N Freaney (IRE) 10/1
3rd Cloudy Dawn 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1-P546P Red, White chevrons, Dark Blue sleeves, White stars, Dark Blue cap, White stars Ballyvoneen (IRE) 18
Distance Winner
8 11-12 b N B King T Messenger 94 20/121.00
2 7-71P47 Red, Black seams, Red cap, Black spots Douglas 15
Distance Winner
8 11-9 v1 J Hughes M D Grant 91 20/121.00
3 P-U5792 Purple, pink star Cara Court (IRE) 23
7 11-7 p Miss J E Foster Samantha Drake (5) 89 7/18.00
4 3P1-254 Mauve and Red (quartered), Mauve sleeves, Red cap Might As Well 136
Distance Winner
10 11-3 p J W Mullins A Thornton 85 15/28.50
5 5P44U5 Dark Blue, Red epaulets, halved sleeves Shock N Freaney (IRE) 15
6 10-8 bt A Middleton James Banks (5) 76 10/111.00
6 633637 Grey, Orange star, Brown sleeves, Grey cap, Royal Blue star Heezagrey (IRE) 18
Distance Winner
10 10-7 b H J Evans L Treadwell 75 15/28.50
7 772643 DARK BLUE, large PINK spots, PINK cap Cloudy Dawn 61
8 10-4 Mrs S J Smith Callum Bewley (7) 72 7/24.50
8 085-39F Royal blue, red star, red and royal blue halved sleeves, royal blue cap, red star Inandover 15
Beaten Favourite
8 10-3 t J Mackie Donal Devereux 71 11/26.50
9 43-6258 Royal Blue and Yellow stripes, White sleeves Over And Above (IRE) 131
7 10-1 t H Hogarth R McGrath 69 11/26.50
10 57663-8 Emerald Green and White diamonds, Orange sleeves and cap Feeling Peckish (USA) 84
9 10-0 t M C Chapman Joseph Cornwall (5) 66 16/117.00


Inandover ran well in a novices event here last month but poorly at Worcester subsequently then fell at the first at Towcester. CARA COURT stays extreme distances as he proved when scoring over 3m3f at Sedgefield in March. He's 12lb higher but his regular partner can claim 5lb and that should be enough to give him the verdict. Shock N Freaney, a winner between the flags in Ireland, has shown nothing for new connections but is young enough to make progress. Cloudy Dawn has had plenty of experience and runs the occasional good race while Andrew Thornton was on board when Might As Well scored over this trip at Plumpton in April.