• 14:35 Bet Mobile At Holloway's Hurdle 2m 3f 110y

  • Winner £22,780 2nd £8,548 3rd £4,280 4th £2,132
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 48.30s
  • Off time: 14:37:25
14:35 Ascot Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Smad Place (FR) 7/1
2nd Shoreacres (IRE) 5/1
3rd Orzare (IRE) 20/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 3/113-F4 PINK and BLACK stripes, diabolo on sleeves Royal Charm (FR) 37
Beaten Favourite
7 11-10 P F Nicholls R Walsh 145 12/113.00
2 621310- GREY and MAROON diamonds, GREY sleeves Smad Place (FR) 309
5 11-9 A King Wayne Hutchinson 144 7/18.00
4 0-F5P22 Beige, Beige and Black check sleeves, Black cap Shoreacres (IRE) 26
Distance Winner
9 11-3 B G Powell B J Geraghty 138 5/16.00
5 230-108 PINK and YELLOW diamonds, YELLOW sleeves and cap Pateese (FR) 35
7 11-3 P J Hobbs R Johnson 138 6/17.00
6 1F0-901 DARK BLUE, WHITE disc, DARK BLUE sleeves, WHITE spots, WHITE cap Ciceron (IRE) 14
6 11-1 Miss V Williams S Thomas 136 8/19.00
7 111/9- RED, ORANGE and RED hooped sleeves, WHITE cap Orzare (IRE) 287
6 10-9 G L Moore J E Moore 130 20/121.00
8 1212-22 White, emerald green cross belts, striped sleeves, yellow cap A Bridge Too Far (IRE) 23
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 10-9 D McCain Jnr Timmy Murphy (3) 130 6/17.00
9 221 White, Dark Blue and White hooped sleeves, quartered cap Joseph Lister 17
5 10-5 N J Henderson Gary Derwin (10) 126 4/15.00
10 161614 Black, white star, black sleeves, white stars Tara Rose 31
7 10-4 t N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 125 20/121.00
11 2214 Emerald green, red cross belts, red and emerald green hooped sleeves, red cap Rowan Tiger 22
6 10-4 Dr R D P Newland Jack Quinlan (5) 124 10/111.00
Non runners
3374612Torphichen711-7A King2nd Preference142


Royal Charm is probably having a confidence-booster back over hurdles but the luckless Shoreacres has to go on the short-list, though has gone up a further 4lb since finishing second to Deireadh Re at Wincanton. Smad Place was a classy juvenile last season and it would be no surprise if he finished ahead of stablemate Torphichen, despite the lack of a recent run, but the vote goes to A BRIDGE TOO FAR. He won over a similar trip at Haydock last year and probably needed the outing when just beaten on his comeback over 2m1f at Doncaster. Ciceron, successful when well backed at Sandown two weeks ago, is also worth a second look and Huntingdon winner Joseph Lister has a 10lb claimer on board, though is stepped up in grade today.