• 16:30 Promiseworks Standard Open NH Flat Race2m 1f

  • Winner £2,060 2nd £600 3rd £300
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 7.75s
  • Off time: 16:30:55
16:30 Taunton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Urubu D'irlande (FR) 7/4
2nd Oscar Rock (IRE) 13/2
3rd Kilmurvy (IRE) 16/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 7- Royal Blue, Yellow triple diamond, checked sleeves, Yellow cap Billy Dutton 360
6 11-0 C J Down J M Davies 25/126.00
2 Light blue, black sash, armlets and hoop on cap Calusa Comet (IRE)
4 11-0 P J Hobbs R Johnson 2/13.00
3 39-9 BLACK, white sash and sleeves, red cap Chakisto (FR) 23
4 11-0 P M J Doyle Jack Doyle 22/123.00
4 7 Cerise, Royal Blue quartered cap Crackerjack 20
5 11-0 Miss E Baker S Thomas 100/1101.00
5 Yellow, dark green and yellow hooped sleeves, yellow and dark green hooped cap Ebbor Gorge
4 11-0 R Walford D A Jacob 66/167.00
6 Dark blue, light blue hooped sleeves, yellow cap I'm Not Telling (IRE)
4 11-0 J G Cann A P McCoy 16/117.00
7 7- Emerald Green, Red star, White sleeves, Red stars, Red cap Kenai Peninsula 241
4 11-0 A King Ciaran McKee (10) 16/117.00
8 2 Dark Green, White chevrons, Dark Green sleeves, Dark Green cap, White star Kilmurvy (IRE) 163
4 11-0 J Scott Nick Scholfield 16/117.00
9 ORANGE, large EMERALD GREEN spots, WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE spots, ORANGE cap, WHITE spots Mixed Meaning (IRE)
4 11-0 H S Howe Giles Hawkins (3) 150/1151.00
10 B-1 Maroon, Beige star, Dark Green sleeves, Dark Green cap, Beige star Oscar Rock (IRE) 177
4 11-0 H Fry N D Fehily 13/27.50
11 1 Light blue, royal blue armlets, royal blue cap Urubu D'irlande (FR) 170
4 11-0 P F Nicholls R Walsh 7/42.75
12 0 Dark Blue, White star, Red sleeves, White stars, Red cap, White star Vicator 169
4 11-0 t1 A J Honeyball Aidan Coleman 25/126.00


Paul Nicholls has enjoyed a 50 per cent strike rate with his bumper horses here in the last five years and URUBU D'IRLANDE can improve those stats by landing this on his debut under Rules. He changed hands for a sizeable figure after winning a point-to-point at Trebudannon by 10 lengths in May. Kilmurvy should go on to better things after finishing second in a Stratford bumper in May but Irish raider Chakisto has gone backwards since finishing third at Limerick in April. Calusa Comet looks the pick of the newcomers on breeding and is worth watching for future reference along with Harry Fry's Oscar Rock, another point-to-point winner, and Vicator.