• 15:20 Racing To School Ysgol Bryn Alyn Juvenile Hurdle2m 1f

  • Winner £2,669 2nd £778 3rd £389
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 2.00s
  • Off time: 15:20:31
15:20 Bangor-on-Dee Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Rapid Heat Lad (IRE) 25/1
2nd Right To Rule (IRE) 8/13


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 5 BLACK, EMERALD GREEN triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, BLACK cap, EMERALD GREEN diamond Alborz (IRE) 41
Beaten Favourite
3 10-12 Tim Vaughan R Johnson 7/18.00
2 4 Dark Blue, White epaulets, diamonds on sleeves Cool Hand Luke (IRE) 35
3 10-12 t Ian Williams D C Costello 14/115.00
3 2 Red, large White spots, White cap Kealshore Again (IRE) 28
3 10-12 G M Moore F Keniry 7/24.50
4 Red, white star and sleeves My Guardian Angel 55
3 10-12 M H Tompkins C Bolger 25/126.00
5 4 RED, ROYAL BLUE seams on sleeves Rapid Heat Lad (IRE) 62
3 10-12 p1 R Hollinshead Paul Moloney 25/126.00
6 Red, black triple diamond, striped sleeves, hooped cap Right To Rule (IRE) 117
3 10-12 D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 8/131.62
7 Royal blue, emerald green hoops and armlets, light blue cap Khatella (IRE) 230
3 10-5 J L Flint Donal Fahy 100/1101.00


Mark Tompkins doesn't run many over hurdles and there are possibilities about My Guardian Angel, who won over 1m2f on the Flat at Doncaster in June. RIGHT TO RULE is much less exposed, however, and his Newcastle maiden success worked out really well as did earlier runs over 1m4f at Haydock and Salisbury. He could be a smart recruit to hurdling and can make a winning start under Jason Maguire. Kealshore Again's second at Sedgefield looks the best form on offer of those with experience over timber though Flat winners Alborz, Cool Hand Luke and Rapid Heat Lad are all expected to improve for their debuts.