• 13:40 Turftv Handicap Hurdle2m 3f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 51.20s
  • Off time: 13:40:24
13:40 Catterick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Greenbelt 14/1
2nd Argento Luna 2/1
3rd Sharp Rigging (IRE) 22/1
4th Flake 28/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 U67-111 Beige, black triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, black cap, beige diamond Mount Benger 14
9 11-12 Jim Best R Flint (7) 130 8/19.00
2 131-F47 White, Red triple diamond, check sleeves, quartered cap Lazy Darren 20
5 11-9 C Grant R McGrath 127 16/117.00
3 160-030 Emerald Green, Orange hoop and armlets, striped cap McGruders Cross (IRE) 35
Course and Distance Winner
11 11-7 J L Spearing L Treadwell 125 20/121.00
4 1/1-F542 Jade Green, Flame hooped sleeves, Black cap Pay Attention 27
8 11-7 T D Easterby D C Costello 125 14/115.00
5 4421F/F Purple, Yellow star, sleeves and stars on cap Sharp Rigging (IRE) 28
9 11-7 A M Hales W T Kennedy 125 22/123.00
6 12P-3UF Maroon, Light Blue chevron, Maroon sleeves, Light Blue stars, Light Blue cap Robin De Sherwood (FR) 21
Distance Winner
6 11-4 R C Guest D N Cullinane (5) 130 40/141.00
7 0141U3- RED, WHITE spots, WHITE sleeves, RED seams, RED and WHITE striped cap Pertemps Networks 38
5 11-4 M W Easterby Mr O Greenall (7) 122 16/117.00
8 F2P14-2 White, Royal Blue diamond, striped sleeves Quick Will (FR) 18
5 11-1 J Ewart Harry Haynes (5) 115 8/19.00
9 487-P38 Red, Light Blue Cross of Lorraine and armlets, White cap Risk Runner (IRE) 56
6 11-0 b James Moffatt P Aspell 118 33/134.00
10 U-58680 Red, large Yellow spots King Daniel 55
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-0 Mrs E Slack F Davis (3) 118 8/19.00
11 235-122 Light Blue, Orange sash Argento Luna 36
6 10-12 O Sherwood D Elsworth 116 2/13.00
12 8386-10 Black and Beige (halved), chevrons on sleeves, Beige cap Motive (FR) 39
Course Winner
8 10-12 J Howard Johnson D F O'Regan 116 20/121.00
13 623426 Light Blue, Purple chevron, Light Blue and Yellow chevrons on sleeves, Purple cap Front Rank (IRE) 56
9 10-8 Mrs Dianne Sayer B Harding 112 33/134.00
14 349-970 Orange, Black triple diamond, Black and Orange diabolo on sleeves, Orange cap, Black diamond Flake 27
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 10-7 Mrs S J Smith Tjade Collier (3) 111 28/129.00
15 110000 Light blue, yellow cross belts, orange sleeves and cap Borouj (IRE) 89
7 10-6 pt Joss Saville D J Condon 110 100/1101.00
16 15P-774 RED, BLACK triple diamond, diabolo on sleeves, RED cap, BLACK diamond Greenbelt 21
8 10-6 G M Moore G Lee 110 14/115.00
17 0P-F566 Dark Blue, Red stripe, halved sleeves, Red cap Newman Des Plages (FR) 6
Distance Winner
8 10-6 M Todhunter J P O'farrell (3) 110 16/117.00


A decent contest for us here where MOUNT BENGER gets the nod ahead of Argento Luna and Motive. Jim Best's runner makes the lengthy trip up from the south coast to try and complete a four-timer today and there are reasons to believe that he will. Ground on the slow side of good suits, the yard remains in good form, and the manner with which he despatched the opposition last time out suggested that coping with such a massive hike in the weights is not beyond him. Rhys Flint takes off a very useful 7lbs of that 23lbs burden and we will stick with the horse-in-form. Argento Luna is open to improvement after just three starts over hurdles, all of which have seen him finish in the first two. This ground suits and in his case a 3lb rise looks fair, so he could present the big danger. Motive is another to note. Howard Johnson's charge was a fast ground Wetherby winner last May and should strip fitter for a Musselburgh pipe opener last month. He could go very well, although there are going concerns for him. Quick Will is another who could progress and he has a good strike rate of two wins from seven starts under rules. Trip and ground should suit and he too had a recent pipe opener, so could get heavily involved here. Pay Attention looks to be coming right and trip and ground are fine for her, so check out the market for a guide to her chance, but we prefer the claims of Mount Benger.