• 16:00 Racing Post Form With totepool Mobile Intermediate Open NH Flat Race2m

  • Winner £1,754 2nd £515 3rd £258 4th £129
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 45.80s
  • Off time: 16:01:51
16:00 Wincanton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Foggy's Wall (IRE) 9/2
2nd God's Own (IRE) 7/2
3rd Monksgold (IRE) 66/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 08- White, Chocolate sleeves, Red cap Captain Wilson 304
5 11-4 M G Rimell C O'Farrell 14/115.00
2 24- Dark Green, Yellow cross belts, diabolo on sleeves Foggy's Wall (IRE) 203
4 11-4 P F Nicholls R Walsh 9/25.50
3 Dark Green, Light Green sleeves, Dark Green cap, Light Green spots George An Ri (IRE)
4 11-4 H Fry N D Fehily 6/17.00
4 Light Blue, Royal Blue star, White and Royal Blue check sleeves and cap God's Own (IRE) 182
4 11-4 T R George Aodhagan Conlon (5) 7/24.50
5 7 Dark green, pink and white striped sleeves, pink cap John Gully (IRE) 181
5 11-4 C R Egerton Jimmy McCarthy 50/151.00
6 P ORANGE, large EMERALD GREEN spots, WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE spots, ORANGE cap, WHITE spots Mixed Meaning (IRE) 11
4 11-4 H S Howe Giles Hawkins (3) 200/1201.00
7 Maroon, White hoop, halved sleeves, quartered cap Monksgold (IRE)
4 11-4 Mrs J Mason Felix de Giles 66/167.00
8 P3-5 Maroon, Light Blue and Brown hooped sleeves, quartered cap Quadrato (GER) 27
5 11-4 Tim Vaughan Aidan Coleman 33/134.00
9 7-0 White, Red triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves and cap Rule Of Thumb 181
4 11-4 P Henderson P J Brennan 33/134.00
10 6 Dark Blue and Orange (quartered), Dark Blue sleeves, Orange armlets, Orange cap Sparkling Hero 69
4 11-4 N G Ayliffe C Wallis (5) 200/1201.00
11 2 Purple, Silver Grey star and sleeves, quartered cap The Stout Italian (IRE) 171
Beaten Favourite
5 11-4 B De Haan D A Jacob 11/43.75
12 Royal Blue, Red star, White sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Royal Blue cap, Red star Who's Jeff (IRE)
4 11-4 P J Hobbs R Johnson 7/24.50


Foggy's Wall doesn't look to be one of his powerful yard's best prospects but is still respected here after a couple of fair efforts. THE STOUT ITALIAN was well backed on his debut at Worcester in May but probably needed the experience and was beaten 10 lengths. The winner, however, has defied a penalty at Aintree since so the form look solid and Ben de Haan's charge can go one better today. God's Own has been placed in a point-to-point but newcomers George An Ri and Who's Jeff are just as interesting in this.