• 16:10 Norfolk Nelson Museum Handicap1m 2f 21y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good, good to soft in places in the straight.
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 9.78s
  • Off time: 16:10:38
16:10 Yarmouth Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Deportment 11/4
2nd Racing Hero (IRE) 15/8
3rd Too Tall 11/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (8) 31571 Royal Blue, Red chevron, Gold and Royal Blue chevrons on sleeves, striped cap Racing Hero (IRE) 3 (ex6)
Distance Winner
3 9-10 J Noseda L Dettori 75 15/82.88
2 (7) 352 Light Blue, Red hoop, armlets and cap Deportment 24
3 9-4 J R Fanshawe E Ahern 75 11/43.75
3 (5) 325 Dark Green, Black chevron hoop and cap Panto Princess 12
3 9-2 H Candy J F McDonald 73 8/19.00
4 (1) 702706 Dark Blue, Light Green disc Green Agenda 35
3 9-2 M Johnston J Fanning 73 12/113.00
5 (3) 247387 Dark Blue, Yellow epaulets, Yellow sleeves, Dark Blue armlets, Dark Blue and Yellow quartered cap Mt Kintyre (IRE) 17
3 9-1 M H Tompkins J Quinn 72 10/111.00
7 (4) 69-349 Black, Yellow disc, checked sleeves and cap Group Leader (IRE) 40
3 8-11 J R Jenkins A McCarthy 68 40/141.00
8 (6) 755233 White, Black seams, Black and White chevrons on sleeves, Black cap, White star Too Tall 24
3 8-11 L M Cumani K Fallon 68 11/26.50
9 (2) 23-6021 Yellow, Red disc, Yellow sleeves, Red spots, and spots on cap Naheell 17
3 8-11 G Prodromou Saleem Golam 68 16/117.00
Non runners
6 (9)024Starkat39-1Jane Chapple-HyamT P Queally72


PANTO PRINCESS is the pick in the nightcap with Deportment and Racing Hero figuring highly on our shortlist. Panto Princess hails from a yard that are very much in form and with Henry Candy sending out a similar filly to victory last week; we are confident that she can give a good account of herself on handicap introduction. Deportment ran a fair third on debut at Doncaster though seemed ill at ease on Epsom's camber. Horses can easily be forgiven for hanging around there and as an inmate of the James Fanshawe yard, he ticks plenty of boxes. Frankie Dettori has a 20% strike rate when riding for Jeremy Noseda so Doncaster winner, Racing Hero makes a fair degree of appeal despite a winners penalty. Starkat finished ahead of our selection at Nottingham so he should not be dismissed too readily. Naheell held on gamely to win over nine furlongs at Wolverhampton and attempts to repel a 3lb rise on return to turf. Too Tall has been yet to recapture the promise he showed in his juvenile campaign. Panto Princess is nominated in a race where the market will offer up most clues.