Today's racecards

Salisbury

  • 16:35 Bet Totepool On 0800 221 221 Handicap1m 6f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm, Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 5.80s
  • Off time: 16:36:16
16:35 Salisbury Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Woolfall Treasure 7/2
2nd Cool Judgement (IRE) 9/4

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (1) 123386- Yellow, black sash, white sleeves, black and white quartered cap Cool Judgement (IRE) 204
Nag me
4 9-10 M A Jarvis T E Durcan 97 9/43.25
2 (5) 511-298 Royal Blue, Grey sleeves, Royal Blue armlets, Royal Blue cap, Grey star Grande Caiman (IRE) 29
Nag me
5 9-7 b Richard Hannon P Dobbs 93 10/111.00
3 (4) 11337-3 Black, Mauve seams, Black cap Rajeh (IRE) 11
Nag meDistance Winner
6 9-5 J L Spearing Liam Jones 91 13/82.62
4 (6) 73153-6 Mauve, Light Blue epaulets, White cap Jagger 14
Nag meDistance Winner
9 9-2 G A Butler S W Kelly 88 7/18.00
5 (3) 312072- White, Purple hooped sleeves and cap Woolfall Treasure 37
Nag me
4 9-0 G L Moore G Baker 87 7/24.50
Non runners
6 (2)231585/Ermine Sea68-13Miss H C KnightS Sanders85

Verdict

Cool Judgement has become frustrating to follow so whilst he has the form to win it we are going to take him on with RAJEH who is preferred to Woolfall Treasure. John Spearing's gelding comes here on the back of a good third to Hatton Flight in a very competitive handicap at Epsom. His general level of form from last season was very solid and with a step up in trip on this quicker ground very much in his favour, he is fancied to return to winning ways. Cool Judgement has his first start of the season and he won on his first start last season. His best runs however have come on softer ground and the feeling is that he may prefer a drop of rain. Jagger should improve for his recent start at Lingfield over two miles and the drop in trip should suit. Grande Caiman needs to improve on recent efforts on the all-weather, Ermine Sea has his first start for some time but comes here fit from the jumps, a comment that also applies to Gary Moore's Woolfall Treasure who hasn't been with the yard for long. The market will help point the way and we will side with John Spearing's Rajeh.