Today's racecards

Lingfield Park

  • 15:30 Blythe Hill Tavern Handicap5f

  • Winner £2,045 2nd £604 3rd £302
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: Polytrack

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 0.56s
  • Off time: 15:31:47
15:30 Lingfield Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st= Dark Lane 9/2
2nd= Beauty Pageant (IRE) 3/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 555528 White, red seams, white sleeves, dark blue stars, white cap, red star Quality Art (USA) 13
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
5 9-7 b R C Guest R Fitzpatrick 65 7/24.50
2 (1) 524513 Pink, black chevron, pink sleeves, black spots, pink cap, black diamond Dark Lane 25
Nag meCourse Winner
7 9-6 P D Evans R Hughes 64 9/25.50
3 (8) 007808 Maroon, maroon and white diabolo on sleeves, white cap, maroon star Beauty Pageant (IRE) 13
Nag meDistance Winner
6 9-5 t1 P D Evans A Kirby 63 3/14.00
4 (6) 7-05102 Beige, Red seams, Red cap Chevise (IRE) 9
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
5 9-3 p S Woodman Matthew Davies 61 14/115.00
5 (4) 857612 Red, Dark Blue star, Red sleeves, Dark Blue stars, White cap Speedyfix 13
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 9-1 t Mrs C A Dunnett T G McLaughlin 59 7/18.00
6 (5) 503372 Royal Blue, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue and Yellow quartered cap Pharoh Jake 7
Nag meCourse and Distance Winner
5 8-13 J J Bridger S M Levey 57 9/25.50
7 (3) 8646-99 Orange, purple spots You'relikemefrank 54
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
7 8-10 p R Ford Freddie Tylicki 54 10/111.00
Non runners
8 (7)455375Sherjawy (IRE)98-7Miss Z C DavisonC Catlin49

Verdict

A typical Lingfield sprint handicap and all a question of who gets the splits at the right time as they sweep off the bend into the straight. Chevise has been in good heart of late but this could well prove too sharp for him whilst Dark Lane wins his share and David Evans has booked Richard Hughes to try and finesse his charge home. Speedyfix has found strong form of late and is definite shortlist material if repeating recent efforts here but the choice is PHAROH JAKE, who makes his eighth start of the year for John Bridger. His busy schedule seems to be doing him no harm whatsoever with his latest run seeing him only reeled in by the sweeping late of thrust of Sweet Ovation. That was a really good effort in a competitive heat and the dual course and distance winner last December is taken to go one better now.