• 16:05 Novices' Handicap Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 42.90s
  • Off time: 16:05:53
16:05 Chepstow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Oscar Gogo (IRE) 14/1
2nd Anay Turge (FR) 3/1
3rd Salontyre (GER) 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 44U730- Royal Blue, Yellow Cross of Lorraine, striped sleeves, hooped cap Oscar Gogo (IRE) 452
Distance Winner
8 11-12 Evan Williams Paul Moloney 101 14/115.00
2 1FF144 Royal Blue, White stars, White sleeves, Red armlets, White and Red striped cap Bundle Up 79
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
7 11-9 J L Flint R Flint (3) 98 8/19.00
3 P02-F7P Black, White seams, hooped sleeves, White cap Rockandahardplace (IRE) 58
7 11-7 p1 O Sherwood S P Jones (3) 96 25/126.00
4 576S1 Red and Royal Blue check, Royal Blue sleeves, Red diamonds, Royal Blue cap, Red star Salontyre (GER) 15
Distance Winner
4 11-6 B J Llewellyn Miss Isabel Tompsett (7) 104 7/24.50
5 00F/P-4P PURPLE, YELLOW seams, halved sleeves, YELLOW cap Sawpit Supreme 42
Beaten Favourite
8 11-0 Miss V Williams Harry Challoner (7) 89 20/121.00
6 8P2226 Beige, Dark Green epaulets, armlets and star on cap Rothres (FR) 22
6 10-12 R Dickin W P Kavanagh (3) 87 4/15.00
7 58222F Red, Royal Blue cross belts, diabolo on sleeves, Royal Blue cap Anay Turge (FR) 24
Beaten Favourite
5 10-11 t N J Hawke Jimmy Derham (7) 86 3/14.00
8 384P36 White, Brown hoops, halved sleeves, White cap Gunnasayso 19
Beaten Favourite
9 10-5 J A B Old Charlie Huxley (3) 80 9/25.50
9 949 Black, Light Green seams, Black sleeves and cap Stafford Charlie 254
4 10-0 J G M O'Shea C Wallis (7) 71 50/151.00


John Llewellyn's Salontyre won with plenty in hand when successful at Bangor recently and he has to be respected following that performance but his main rival in the race fell at the last and he may be flattered by the margin of success so a 10lb rise since then looks harsh and preference is for ROTHRES, who gets the vote ahead of Anay Turge. Nigel Hawke's gelding was still going well when falling heavily four out at Exeter last time and he has claims provided that he is none the worse for that fall having been running consistently well in defeat prior to that. Bundle Up won a claiming hurdle here well enough in November but has disappointed in handicaps since then so may be best watched now, while Jim Old's Gunnasayso has generally been disappointing this term but the yard's runners are in good from now. Oscar Gogo has not troubled the judge since making a winning debut in a Kelso bumper back in May 2007 so looks best watched in a race taken to go to Rothres. Rob Dickin's mare ran below par at Bangor last time on good to soft ground but had run much better on more testing ground prior to that and he looks worth siding with on ground conditions that suit.