Today's racecards


  • 14:40 Phoenix Security Maiden Hurdle2m 1f

  • Winner £1,949 2nd £572 3rd £286 4th £143
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 8.87s
  • Off time: 14:40:21
14:40 Sedgefield Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Aazif (IRE) 6/5
2nd Cape Explorer 6/4
3rd Optical High 50/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 09/700- Red, yellow cross belts, white sleeves Bertielicious 24
Nag me
5 11-0 J C Haynes J Kington (3) 200/1201.00
2 04- Black, black and maroon striped cap Honour System (IRE) 19
Nag me
6 11-0 J P Ferguson D F O'Regan 6/17.00
3 243- Black, grey disc, armlets and cap Aazif (IRE) 25
Nag me
4 10-10 t D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 115 6/52.20
4 2P- Dark green, black and beige diabolo on sleeves, black cap Cape Explorer 48
Nag me
4 10-10 h B Ellison Danny Cook 6/42.50
5 8- DARK BLUE, large PINK spots, PINK cap Optical High 65
Nag me
4 10-10 Mrs S J Smith Ryan Mania 50/151.00
6 765P43/ Black and red check, black sleeves, red stars Alimure 399
Nag me
7 10-7 C A Mulhall B J Toomey (3) 80/181.00
7 080F- BLACK, yellow braces, hooped sleeves, yellow cap Anjum (USA) 25
Nag me
5 10-7 h J J Hanlon M G Nolan (3) 50/151.00
8 80- Purple, Grey stars, Grey sleeves, Purple stars, Purple cap, Grey star Billericay Allstar 65
Nag me
5 10-7 S Corbett James Corbett (7) 100/1101.00
9 25/236- Royal blue, white chevron, diabolo on sleeves, white cap Langley House (IRE) 285
Nag me
6 10-7 Mrs Dianne Sayer Lucy Alexander 22/123.00
10 6- Red, White hoop, hooped sleeves and cap Roxy Beat 135
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5 10-7 h J J Quinn D C Costello 18/119.00
11 U- Maroon, Grey Cross of Lorraine Stella Marris 60
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6 10-7 C R Wilson E Whillans (3) 150/1151.00
12 4RP/2- Red, Yellow cross belts, diamonds on sleeves, Yellow cap Sunset Song 333
Nag me
9 10-7 t1 Mrs T Gibson Mr C Bewley (7) 100/1101.00


Honour System won in France and Dubai on the Flat but hasn't shown a great deal so far over hurdles. Cape Explorer can be excused his run in the Triumph Hurdle, however, as he was only beaten a neck here on his hurdling debut. But the vote goes AAZIF, who is surely good enough to win a race like this on the evidence of his third in a well-contested handicap at Ascot last month when a number of previous winners were in arrears. It's more difficult to make a case for any of the remainder.