• 15:55 Rosling King Llp E.b.f. 'national Hunt' Novices' Hurdle 2m 3f 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 53.90s
  • Off time: 16:00:26
15:55 Ascot Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Karabak (FR) 5/2
2nd Kangaroo Court (IRE) 9/4
3rd Somersby (IRE) 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 12P-110 Emerald green, orange hoops, white cap Award Winner 28
Distance Winner
6 11-12 B G Powell Mr A J Berry (5) 124 25/126.00
2 1-321 White and Red stripes, Black and White halved sleeves, Black cap Karabak (FR) 36
6 11-12 A King R Thornton 132 5/23.50
3 091 BLACK and WHITE check, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK and WHITE quartered cap Cabinet Minister (IRE) 32
6 11-8 C Llewellyn T J O'Brien 25/126.00
4 1-71 Black, Black and Pink check cap Kangaroo Court (IRE) 36
Distance Winner
5 11-8 Miss E C Lavelle Jack Doyle (3) 9/43.25
5 2-11 Emerald Green, White chevrons, Orange cap Our Bomber Harris 25
5 11-8 P F Nicholls R Walsh 17/29.50
6 1-41 Dark Green, Maroon stars, Maroon cap Somersby (IRE) 52
5 11-8 Miss H C Knight D Elsworth 121 5/16.00
8 1-76 Emerald Green, Dark Blue and Emerald Green halved sleeves, Red cap Ballymorn (IRE) 49
5 11-2 Miss H C Knight Matthew Batchelor 100/1101.00
9 1 Black and light blue check, black sleeves, quartered cap Diflock 265
6 11-2 R H & Mrs S Alner R Walford 66/167.00
10 1-74 Yellow, Yellow and Light Blue hooped sleeves Dont Tell The Wife (IRE) 22
6 11-2 N J Henderson M Foley 40/141.00
11 P2162-B Brown, Red stars, Brown sleeves, Red cap, Brown star Dreamy Sweeney (IRE) 36
7 11-2 N J Henderson B J Geraghty 5/16.00
12 08 WHITE, RED disc, hooped cap Jetlag (FR) 19
7 11-2 Noel T Chance Timmy Murphy 100/1101.00
13 2-035 Yellow, Purple stripe, Purple and Yellow hooped sleeves, striped cap Rock Salmon 29
6 11-2 A M Hales W T Kennedy 100/1101.00
14 232-3 Black and Beige (halved), chevrons on sleeves, Beige cap Santo Stefano (IRE) 64
7 11-2 J Howard Johnson D F O'Regan 25/126.00
Non runners
750-162Tullamore Dew (IRE)711-8N J GiffordJ Pemberton124


Carl Llewellyn has been struggling for winners of late but his runner here Cabinet Minister was good value for his success at Folkestone last month and he has to be respected but may have to settle for minor honours behind KARABAK, who gets the nod over Kangaroo Court. Emma Lavelle's gelding stepped up on his debut effort for connections when running out the good winner of a novice hurdle at Doncaster last time and on that evidence he has solid claims. Brendan Powell's Award Winner was well held by United (runs in the 2.50) at Haydock last time but he is better than that run suggests and cannot be completely ruled out. Somersby looks to be going the right way judged by his recent Kempton success but it is Karabak that gets the vote. Alan King's gelding showed decent form in bumpers, has carried that over to hurdles and he looks the one they all have to beat.