• 16:20 EPDS Racing Welfare BTO Series 2014 Handicap Hurdle3m 1f 110y

  • Winner £3,574 2nd £1,049 3rd £525 4th £262
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 44.30s
  • Off time: 16:21:53
16:20 Catterick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Brae On (IRE) 3/1
2nd Mootabar (IRE) 14/1
3rd Feast Of Fire (IRE) 9/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 44-1964 Light blue, pink sleeves, light blue and pink check cap Welsh Bard (IRE) 30
5 11-12 b D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 109 7/18.00
2 224442 White, royal blue star, white and black striped sleeves, white cap, black star Qoubilai (FR) 8
10 11-11 h T Coyle D C Costello 108 7/18.00
3 17/80-26 Red, black stars, halved sleeves and star on cap Spiekeroog 83
Course Winner
8 11-6 A D Brown David England 103 33/134.00
4 62-6885 Royal Blue and Yellow stripes, White sleeves Pierrers Bounty (IRE) 30
7 11-6 p H Hogarth R McGrath 103 13/27.50
6 5-24P94 Dark blue, light blue sleeves, black cap Feast Of Fire (IRE) 19
7 11-3 M E Sowersby G Sheehan (3) 100 9/110.00
7 597261 Yellow, Dark Blue diamond, diamonds on sleeves, quartered cap Brae On (IRE) 79
6 10-12 G Bewley Jonathon Bewley (7) 95 3/14.00
8 P-F7523 Dark Blue, Light Blue chevron, quartered cap Madam Lilibet (IRE) 14
5 10-12 p1 Mrs S A Watt Joseph Palmowski (7) 95 4/15.00
9 4653P6 Red, White hoop, diamonds on sleeves, Red cap, White diamond Carmela Maria 19
Course and Distance Winner
9 10-5 b M E Sowersby Adam Nicol (5) 88 8/19.00
10 87114-8 Royal Blue, White epaulets, Royal Blue sleeves, White spots, quartered cap Mootabar (IRE) 35
7 10-0 C W Fairhurst Jonathan England (3) 83 14/115.00
Non runners
515P525Big Sound711-5M WalfordGrant Cockburn102


BRAE ON is a real staying type who was suited by a thorough test of stamina when scoring over 3m3f at Kelso. Providing there's a strong pace, he can defy an 8lb rise in the weights. Qoubilai has some decent form at a higher level but he's yet to prove his stamina over this far despite landing a point-to-point. Big Sound looked a certain future winner when runner-up at Wetherby last month but ran poorly here 10 days later. That could have come too quick and he's definitely better than that. Welsh Bard easily landed a Sedgefield maiden last May on good ground and his two runs so far this season have been in testing conditions. If the going dries out he looks one to keep on the right side.