• 15:15 Colin Parker Memorial Intermediate Chase2m 4f

  • Winner £11,696 2nd £3,434 3rd £1,717 4th £859
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 17.70s
  • Off time: 15:15:24
15:15 Carlisle Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mr Moonshine (IRE) 3/1
2nd Hidden Keel 8/13


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1/1351-F Red, White star and armlets Gilbarry (IRE) 8
Distance Winner
6 11-10 Jonjo O'Neill R P McLernon 148 17/29.50
2 315911- Light blue, brown stripe and armlets Divers (FR) 229
Course WinnerDistance Winner
7 11-6 Ferdy Murphy K Mercer 139 8/19.00
3 421911- White, Brown sleeves and cap Hidden Keel 208
Distance Winner
6 11-4 C E Longsdon Felix de Giles 149 8/131.62
4 32166P- Light Blue, Royal Blue star, White and Royal Blue check sleeves and cap Kellystown Lad (IRE) 218
Distance Winner
8 11-0 Ferdy Murphy Robert McCarth 123 50/151.00
5 U33213- Emerald Green and Orange (quartered), Orange sleeves and cap Lord Villez (FR) 190
Course and Distance Winner
7 11-0 Ferdy Murphy Tony Kelly 125 40/141.00
6 321600- DARK BLUE, large PINK spots, PINK cap Mr Moonshine (IRE) 205
Distance Winner
7 10-8 Mrs S J Smith H Oliver 126 3/14.00


Gilbarry won the Grade 2 Champion Novice Chase at Ayr back in April but carries a penalty for doing so which favours HIDDEN KEEL. Charlie Longsdon's charge is rated 1lb higher than the top weight and, though he hasn't run since April, won his latest two starts at Exeter in the style of a potentially smart chaser. Divers was last seen winning at Cheltenham in March, though he's got a bit to find with the selection on today's terms, while the weights put C&D winner Lord Villez at an even bigger disadvantage. Mr Moonshine and Kellystown Lad are hard to fancy.