• 16:50 Tara & Pippa Handicap1m 2f

  • Winner £8,410 2nd £2,502 3rd £1,251 4th £625
  • Going: Good to Firm, Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 6.07s
  • Off time: 16:53:07
16:50 Ascot Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Love Marmalade (IRE) 9/2
2nd Come On Blue Chip (IRE) 9/1
3rd Burnham 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (7) 44000-8 Grey, beige star, grey sleeves, beige stars and stars on cap King Torus (IRE) 15
5 10-0 J A Osborne Hayley Turner 90 33/134.00
2 (5) 40-0082 Royal blue, orange epaulets, halved sleeves, orange cap Muffin Mcleay (IRE) 64
Distance Winner
5 9-13 T D Barron P Hanagan 89 9/110.00
3 (4) 071225 Yellow, Dark Blue diamond, halved sleeves Come On Blue Chip (IRE) 14
Distance Winner
4 9-12 p P W D'Arcy Martin Harley 88 9/110.00
4 (3) 532037 Brown, beige hoops and armlets Mawaakef (IRE) 8
Distance Winner
5 9-12 J R Jenkins J P Spencer 88 22/123.00
6 (6) 356-765 Light blue, dark blue armlets, dark blue cap Commend 17
4 9-4 p1 Sir Michael Stoute W Buick 80 9/25.50
7 (2) 226-521 Scarlet, Yellow sash and sleeves, Royal Blue cap Burnham 19
Distance Winner
4 9-4 p H Morrison J Fortune 80 6/17.00
8 (8) 341-025 White, black hollow box, black and white halved sleeves Kelpie Blitz (IRE) 9
Distance Winner
4 9-2 t S Durack G Baker 78 14/115.00
9 (9) 1P1 Light Blue, Black stripe, White sleeves, Black cap Ogbourne Downs 19
3 8-9 C Hills James Doyle 82 2/13.00
10 (10) 121465 ORANGE, EMERALD GREEN stars Love Marmalade (IRE) 20
Distance Winner
3 8-2 M Johnston J Fanning 75 9/25.50
Non runners
5 (1)42-0288Pilgrims Rest (IRE)49-10R HannonNon Runner86


Burnham has often been the subject of market confidence during his career and his long-suffering followers finally got their victory as he kept on well to score at Chepstow. The handicapper has raised him 5lb for those labours so it remains to be seen if he can prosper for getting his head in front. Muffin Mcleay dropped a heavy hint at Ripon but he seems high enough in the handicap at present so COME ON BLUE CHIP is chanced at the likely odds. Paul D'Arcy's four-year-old is at his best with fast ground obtaining and having obliged at Windsor earlier in the season, he has gone on to be placed on two further occasions. Ogbourne Downs has recorded two victories from his three starts and has been returned at big prices on both occasions. Commend has tended to come to hand at this part of the season and connections will be hoping that the cheekpieces can work where the visor has previously failed.