• 14:10 Adventure Activities Claiming Stakes7f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 30.72s
  • Off time: 14:10:32
14:10 Catterick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Sir George (IRE) 9/2
2nd Kingswinford (IRE) 7/4
3rd Royal Dignitary (USA) 9/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (8) 53130-5 EMERALD GREEN, BLACK seams, EMERALD GREEN sleeves, BLACK spots and spots on cap Kingswinford (IRE) 6
4 9-12 P D Evans R Winston 77 7/42.75
2 (10) 414167 Dark Blue and Light Blue stripes, Black and Red striped cap Kipchak (IRE) 9
Distance Winner
5 9-12 p C R Dore P McDonald 75 11/112.00
3 (2) 040-623 LIGHT BLUE and WHITE check, WHITE sleeves, YELLOW cap Island Chief 3
Distance Winner
4 9-10 p K A Ryan T Hamilton 69 5/16.00
4 (5) 557081 LIGHT BLUE, ORANGE epaulets Royal Dignitary (USA) 22
Distance Winner
10 9-10 D Nicholls Adrian Nicholls 71 9/110.00
5 (12) 435420- Yellow, Royal Blue hoops, Royal Blue and Red quartered cap Soto 172
7 9-10 M W Easterby L Vickers 59 40/141.00
6 (9) 930680- Royal Blue, White cross belts and armlets Nuit Sombre (IRE) 114
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
10 9-9 G A Harker S De Sousa 62 20/121.00
7 (1) 42-3122 Royal Blue, Light Blue hollow box Sir George (IRE) 22
Distance Winner
5 9-8 Ollie Pears Barry McHugh (3) 65 9/25.50
9 (7) 092100- Orange, Purple seams, hooped sleeves, Orange cap Lytton 200
Distance Winner
5 9-6 v R Ford D Allan 60 28/129.00
10 (4) 9- Dark Green, Yellow chevron, Black cap Its Beyond Me 28
6 9-5 F P Murtagh P Donaghy (5) 200/1201.00
11 (6) 0/41001- Light Blue, Orange epaulets, checked cap Whispering Spirit (IRE) 215
Course and Distance Winner
4 9-3 p1 Mrs A Duffield M Fenton 59 9/110.00
12 (3) 540834- Pink, White epaulets and armlets Highly Acclaimed 224
4 9-0 Mrs A Duffield Amy Ryan (5) 49 80/181.00
13 (11) 59165-9 BLACK, YELLOW cross belts and sleeves, RED cap Pacific Bay (IRE) 36
4 9-0 D McCain Jnr I J Brennan (5) 57 40/141.00
Non runners
8 (13)0-32774Kings Ace (IRE)49-6A BerryD Tudhope54


Conor Dore's Kipchak has been running well in handicaps on the Polytrack and the Fibresand in recent starts and has to be respected dropped into a claimer for his return to turf but he is probably better on the artificial surfaces and a better bet may be ISLAND CHIEF, who gets the vote with Kingswinford rated the best of the rest. The selection was narrowly beaten by Royal Dignitary in a Southwell seller last month but is much better suited by these underfoot conditions on turf and he can reverse that form and resume winning ways. Ollie Pears has a good record with his runners in this grade so Sir George has to be respected and makes more appeal than Mick Easterby's Soto, who needs to improve on all known form to trouble the judge. Royal Dignitary comes here on the back of a win in that seller at Southwell when beating the selection, having struggled in races at Cagnes Sur Mer previously in the winter, and the David Nicholls-trained gelding should relish the return to turf but the ground may be softer than ideal. David Evans has done really well with his team over the last year and his representative, Kingswinford, has to be respected on ground that suits but Kevin Ryan's Island Chief really appreciates plenty of cut and he looks the one to beat.