• 15:05 Eventmasters Corporate Hospitality Handicap Hurdle3m 110y

  • Winner £5,393 2nd £1,584 3rd £792 4th £396
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 16.00s
  • Off time: 15:05:56
15:05 Doncaster Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Hada Men (USA) 6/1
2nd Powerful Ambition (IRE) 5/1
3rd Who Owns Me (IRE) 17/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 511-703 DARK GREEN and YELLOW (quartered), striped sleeves Hada Men (USA) 26
8 11-12 Miss V Williams L Treadwell 127 6/17.00
2 1-17113 Emerald green, brown stars, emerald green cap, brown star Who Owns Me (IRE) 40
Distance Winner
7 11-11 C J Mann P N O'Brien (10) 126 17/29.50
3 0P-1P7P Yellow, dark blue cross belts, yellow sleeves, pink armlets, dark blue and yellow quartered cap What An Oscar (IRE) 26
Distance Winner
8 11-10 b1 N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 125 16/117.00
4 31-31 White, black diamonds on sleeves, red cap Midnight Oscar (IRE) 54
Course and Distance Winner
6 11-10 K C Bailey J M Maguire 125 3/14.00
5 12151 Light green, royal blue chevron, chevrons on sleeves Bucking The Trend 41
Distance Winner
5 11-10 Tim Vaughan Michael Byrne (3) 125 9/110.00
6 52721 Maroon, beige star, diabolo on sleeves and star on cap Alberobello (IRE) 30
Distance Winner
5 11-6 t J Scott Matt Griffiths (3) 121 18/119.00
7 5-U1424 Dark green, light green star and sleeves, maroon cap, light green star Greenlaw 21
7 11-5 p C E Longsdon N D Fehily 120 8/19.00
8 162-F17 White, Navy Blue cap, White spots Joseph Mercer (IRE) 47
Distance Winner
6 11-5 P J Hobbs T J O'Brien 120 10/111.00
9 7-516R3 White, Green sleeves, Red cap Purcell's Bridge (FR) 35
Beaten Favourite
6 10-11 h Mrs R Dobbin Shaun Dobbin (10) 112 20/121.00
10 22-2432 Light green, brown braces and armlets, white cap Powerful Ambition (IRE) 37
7 10-11 t B Ellison Danny Cook 112 5/16.00
11 91F-292 Red and white stripes, white and royal blue hooped sleeves, red and white quartered cap Pension Plan 23
Distance Winner
9 10-5 P Bowen Donal Devereux (3) 106 20/121.00


This looks wide open and MIDNIGHT OSCAR gets no more than a tentative vote. Kim Bailey's gelding still has plenty of scope, however, and beat a good yardstick in Kayserberg over track and trip in December having finished a close-up third behind the useful Hold Court on his jumping debut. Alberobello came good at Chepstow after a couple of near-misses but the runner-up let the form down next time. Who Owns Me ran well off a higher mark here in December while Greenlaw isn't out of this and makes more appeal than Bucking The Trend, who may be high enough in the weights now. Hada Men also needs further help from the handicapper but hinted at a revival last time. Powerful Ambition may be the pick of the remainder.