• 17:10 Maiden Open NH Flat Race 2m

  • Winner £1,560 2nd £458 3rd £229 4th £114
  • Going: Good to Soft, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 54.65s
  • Off time: 17:10:12
17:10 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Cogry 11/4
2nd Masquerade (IRE) 4/1
3rd Di's Gift 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 1U-4 White, large dark green spots, white sleeves, dark blue spots, white cap, red spots Cadeau George 171
4 11-4 B Pauling D Bass 20/121.00
2 4P2- BLACK, WHITE sleeves, YELLOW cap Cogry 180
4 11-4 N A Twiston-Davies Ryan Hatch (7) 11/43.75
3 3 Black, Light Blue cross belts, Red sleeves and cap Di's Gift 15
4 11-4 R C Guest R Thornton 8/19.00
4 57-3 Dark Blue and Pink (quartered), halved sleeves Frankie Four Feet 26
5 11-4 M Mullineaux Kielan Woods (3) 9/110.00
5 4 Emerald Green, White disc, White sleeves, Emerald Green spots, White cap Looking Tanned 26
4 11-4 M Appleby R Mahon 50/151.00
6 3- Maroon, White epaulets, Dark Blue sleeves, White cap, Dark Blue star Masquerade (IRE) 210
Beaten Favourite
4 11-4 W Greatrex D A Jacob 4/15.00
7 2-2 Dark Green and Beige (quartered), hooped sleeves, check cap Valseur Du Granval (FR) 168
4 11-4 T R George P J Brennan 2/13.00
8 57- Pink and light blue (quartered), halved sleeves Honour A Promise 187
5 10-11 P R Webber L Heard 20/121.00
9 7 Royal blue, yellow hoop, yellow sleeves, royal blue spots, yellow cap Langarve Lady (IRE) 168
5 10-11 N P Mulholland Michael Byrne (3) 50/151.00


Honour A Promise made an encouraging debut at Newbury in March but ran poorly at Ayr the following month. It's hard to know what to make of VALSEUR DU GRANVAL, twice runner-up in 1m4f bumpers in France, but he'll know his job and could be good enough to make a winning start. Masquerade, a short-priced favourite on his debut on Fibresand here in March but eventually disappointing, is expected to do much better on a more suitable surface. Di's Gift should do better over this trip after an initial run over 1m6f on fast ground at Towcester while Frankie Four Feet made some progress at Market Rasen last time. Cogry has joined Nigel Twiston-Davies from Ireland where he ran well on his latest start in April.