• 14:40 Handicap1m 5f 175y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 13.70s
  • Off time: 14:40:27
14:40 Catterick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Red Wine 5/1
2nd Patavium (IRE) 9/1
3rd Amir Pasha (UAE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (10) 482742- Royal Blue, Red sash, White sleeves Saloon (USA) 120
6 9-12 p Jane Chapple-Hyam Lewis Walsh (7) 73 12/113.00
2 (6) 918515- WHITE, ROYAL BLUE stripe, WHITE and ROYAL BLUE hooped sleeves and cap Bijou Dan 148
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 9-7 G M Moore P Donaghy (5) 68 14/115.00
3 (2) 234344- White, Light Green seams, sleeves and cap Classic Contours (USA) 175
4 9-7 J J Quinn I J Brennan (5) 71 15/28.50
4 (4) 074451- Black and Orange (quartered), Yellow sleeves, Black spots, Yellow cap, Black spots Royal Trooper (IRE) 155
Course and Distance Winner
4 9-7 J G Given L Vickers 71 5/16.00
5 (5) 03-1330 Yellow and Royal Blue (halved), checked sleeves, Royal Blue cap Moscow Oznick 19
5 9-6 p D Donovan M Fenton 67 20/121.00
6 (8) 143145- Black, Orange inverted triangle, diabolo on sleeves Miss Keck 215
6 9-6 G A Swinbank P McDonald 67 7/18.00
7 (7) 0/055-46 Light Blue, Maroon stripe Bandanaman (IRE) 7
4 9-1 G A Swinbank R Winston 65 5/16.00
8 (9) 151432- Light Green, Yellow cross belts, quartered cap Patavium (IRE) 32
Course Winner
7 8-11 E W Tuer T Hamilton 58 9/110.00
9 (11) 8-37227 ROYAL BLUE, PINK chevrons, ROYAL BLUE cap Red Wine 11
Beaten Favourite
11 8-10 J A Glover D Allan 57 5/16.00
10 (1) 742409- Grey, emerald green and white quartered cap Call Of Duty (IRE) 197
5 8-9 Mrs Dianne Sayer D Fentiman 56 20/121.00
11 (3) 683/308- Light Blue, White star, Light Blue sleeves, White stars, Light Blue cap, White star Amir Pasha (UAE) 24
Course Winner
5 8-7 p Micky Hammond Kelly Harrison (3) 52 12/113.00


Jane Chapple-Hyam's Saloon faces no easy task giving weight away on ground that is softer than ideal and a better bet at the other end of the handicap looks to be RED WINE, who gets the vote over Patavium. Edwin Tuer's gelding will not mind the underfoot conditions and comes here fit from hurdling so he has to be respected but may just be a shade too high in the handicap at present so looks best watched. George Moore's Bijou Dan is another that could probably do with some help from the handicapper and of more interest may be James Given's Royal Trooper, who makes his seasonal reappearance but does so on ground that suits and off a mark only 1lb higher than when scoring over course and distance when last seen in November. Alan Swinbank saddles two runners in Miss Keck and Bandanaman and it is difficult to choose which of the pair have more solid claims, although marginal preference on jockey bookings would be for the latter. John Quinn's Classic Contours is another worthy of a mention but the yard is struggling to have winners at the moment and preference is for Red Wine. Jeremy Glover's gelding could not justify market favouritism on his return to the turf at Doncaster's opening meeting but the stable's runners are in better form now and he looks worth another chance on his favoured ground.