• 13:50 New Toyota Auris Maiden Hurdle3m

  • Winner £3,119 2nd £916 3rd £458 4th £229
  • Surface: Turf


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR Sky Bet
1 421/22-0 YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, YELLOW cap, ROYAL BLUE star Bygones Sovereign (IRE) 49
7 11-6 D Pipe T Scudamore 120 1001
2 63-3F LIGHT BLUE and ROYAL BLUE diabolo, LIGHT BLUE sleeves and cap Mister Bricolage (IRE) 65
6 11-6 P J Hobbs R Johnson 1001
3 642 Red, Yellow braces, White sleeves and cap Radio Nowhere (IRE) 23
5 11-6 D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 1001
4 9 Red and dark green check Rode Runner 44
5 11-6 R G Hawker Matt Griffiths (3) 1001
5 33/621-5 Green, orange sash, hooped sleeves, striped cap Safferano (IRE) 50
Distance Winner
7 11-6 Tim Vaughan Michael Byrne (3) 1001
6 21-01 Yellow, dark blue epaulets, chevrons on sleeves, dark blue cap, yellow star Seebright 13
Course Winner
6 11-6 V R A Dartnall A Glassonbury 1001
7 5 Mauve, Dark Blue epaulets, hooped sleeves Sharp Suit (IRE) 60
6 11-6 J W Mullins W P Kavanagh (3) 1001
8 261-3P Beige, grey epaulets Vintage Kid (IRE) 45
Distance Winner
7 11-6 Tim Vaughan D C Costello 1001


SEEBRIGHT lifted the gloom surrounding Victor Dartnall's yard when landing a bumper in the mud here earlier in the month. He's bred to appreciate a test of stamina and can make a winning start to his hurdling career. Former pointer Mister Bricolage could be the danger if a fall at Exeter hasn't dented his confidence, though Bygones Sovereign may have needed his run behind Puffin Billy at Newbury and was placed over 2m5f at Leicester last season. Radio Nowhere was beaten a long way when second at Towcester on Boxing Day, however, and Vintage Kid was pulled up at the same course earlier, though jockey bookings suggest he's still the stable pick ahead of Safferano.