• 20:00 Keytree Handicap Hurdle2m 4f 62y

  • Winner £3,769 2nd £1,107 3rd £553 4th £350
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 0.20s
  • Off time: 20:01:15
20:00 Southwell Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Slaine 8/1
2nd Pixiepot 28/1
3rd Jesse Jude (IRE) 66/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 42567P- Grey, red hoops, black cap Embole (FR) 104
Beaten Favourite
5 11-8 t D Skelton Bridget Andrews 111 33/134.00
2 P35448- ROYAL BLUE and WHITE (quartered), BLACK and WHITE striped sleeves and cap Murphy's Law (IRE) 112
Beaten Favourite
5 11-7 K Dalgleish B S Hughes 110 8/19.00
3 P00-253 Royal Blue and Grey diabolo, quartered cap Caro Des Flos (FR) 26
7 11-7 J S Smith M D Grant 110 14/115.00
4 9450-P4 Black, mauve star, mauve sleeves, maroon stars, black cap, mauve stars Sir Tivo (FR) 71
5 11-7 Sam Allwood L Heard 110 80/181.00
5 83-U912 White, black sleeves, red and white hooped cap Slaine 7
5 11-7 N B King Bryony Frost 110 8/19.00
6 19060-4 Royal blue, pink braces, white sleeves, pink and royal blue quartered cap Show And Go (IRE) 16
10 11-6 t Dr R D P Newland Sam Twiston-Davies 109 4/15.00
7 711/P-P3 Emerald Green, Black star Bobble Emerald (IRE) 36
Course and Distance Winner
11 11-6 pt M Keighley L P Aspell 109 20/121.00
8 682/369- RED, BLACK triple diamond, sleeves and diamonds on cap Jesse Jude (IRE) 11
6 11-2 S G West J Kington 105 66/167.00
9 800P-50 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Write It Down (IRE) 21
5 11-0 p Jonjo O'Neill R P McLernon 103 40/141.00
10 23343-1 Scarlet, gold star, gold stars on sleeves, gold collar and cuffs, gold star on purple cap Montys Angel (IRE) 9
9 11-0 t D Skelton Harry Skelton 103 5/61.83
11 2321/3-5 Mauve, Black braces and cap Pixiepot 69
9 11-0 P D Niven Henry Brooke 103 28/129.00


MONTYS ANGEL didn't appear totally straightforward when still running out a comfortable enough winner on debut for Dan Skelton at Market Rasen and the ex-Irish mare has strong claims of following up here as she incurs no penalty for that Lincolnshire success. Harry Skelton is in the plate this time round and she looks the one to beat in a race in which few arrive in the best of form. The obvious danger is Slaine, open to further progress over hurdles and a useful second in a decent Uttoxeter handicap a few days ago. Moreover, the form of her previous win at Fontwell has been franked with the runner-up winning since. Pixiepot and Murphy's Law are seen as next best.