Today's racecards

Sandown Park

  • 18:05 Thames Ditton Apprentice Handicap1m 2f 7y

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

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 6.93s
  • Off time: 18:05:50
18:05 Sandown Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Baylini 5/2
2nd Dream Win 85/40

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
3 (3) 342754 Orange, Black epaulets, chevrons on sleeves, striped cap Baylini 5
Nag meDistance Winner
6 9-8 Ms J S Doyle Sophie Doyle (3) 73 5/23.50
4 (6) 7/8-32 Red, white stars, white sleeves, red stars, black cap, white stars Sinchiroka (FR) 148
Nag me
4 9-7 R J Smith Richard Evans (3) 72 25/126.00
5 (1) 52-1262 BLACK, EMERALD GREEN triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, BLACK cap, EMERALD GREEN diamond The Hague 13
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
4 9-6 P D Evans Andrew Heffernan 71 4/15.00
6 (8) 2253-48 Red, Black spots, Red sleeves, Black cap Piccolo Mondo 37
Nag me
4 9-4 p P Winkworth William Carson 69 10/111.00
7 (7) 071621 Light green, brown braces and armlets, white cap Dream Win 23
Nag me
4 9-2 B Ellison D Swift (5) 67 85/403.12
8 (4) 355235 Yellow, black sash, white sleeves, black and white quartered cap Mons Calpe (IRE) 11
Nag meDistance Winner
4 9-2 b P F I Cole D T Da Silva (5) 67 9/25.50
Non runners
1 (2)421112Marjury Daw (IRE)49-11J G GivenNon Runner70
2 (5)632/12-0Penton Hook49-10P WinkworthAshley Morgan75

Verdict

Things should start to get tougher this evening for MARJURY DAW, but they way she has been winning suggests that she is capable of defying a penalty to make it a four-timer, while The Hague may represent the main danger. The Marju filly has been in cracking form in July, winning three races over this trip on good or fast ground and going up 16lbs in the process. She was an eased-down scorer at Ayr last time and looks capable of defying the handicapper to go in again. If she were to come to the end of her tether then The Hague may be the one to benefit, with some solid form on the board and his optimum trip and ground. Mons Calpe has been given a squeak by the assessor with going and trip to his liking, while Penton Hook went close off this mark at Lingfield last season, though has a bit to prove after a dismal reappearance run. Dream Win will find this tough compared to a Wolverhampton win last time and preference is for Marjury Daw.