• 20:15 Regional Magazine Company Handicap1m 4f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 34.47s
  • Off time: 20:15:36
20:15 Doncaster Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Patavium (IRE) 9/2
2nd Kames Park (IRE) 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 (6) 535051 Red, purple armlets Kames Park (IRE) 16
Distance Winner
8 10-0 R C Guest Paul Eddery 75 6/17.00
3 (1) 52138-6 Orange, maroon chevron, black cap Buckie Boy (IRE) 19
Distance Winner
4 9-11 J S Goldie T P Queally 72 4/15.00
4 (2) 223163 Light Green, Yellow cross belts, quartered cap Patavium (IRE) 16
Distance Winner
7 9-6 E W Tuer P Hanagan 67 9/25.50
5 (5) 281-154 Royal blue Judiciary (IRE) 12
Distance Winner
3 9-5 M Al Zarooni Ahmed Ajtebi 79 9/43.25
6 (4) 7-39121 Buff, Blue sleeves, Mauve cap Lauberhorn 10 (ex6)
Distance Winner
3 8-13 Eve Johnson Houghton J P Fahy (5) 67 11/43.75
Non runners
1 (3)6146-4Autumn Harvest610-0G A HarkerS De Sousa75


Autumn Harvest would be interesting if turned out after run at Pontefract however JUDICIARY will relish the step back up in trip and is preferred to Lauberhorn and Patavium in a competitive handicap. Mahmood Al Zarooni's colt was a winner at York in May but has dropped in trip for his two runs since. Now back up to a mile and a half and with quick ground in his favour he is expected to bounce back with a win. Lauberhorn has a 6lb penalty for his Pontefract victory and his ease of win that day suggests that he must go close this evening, with John Fahy good value for his 5lb claim. Patavium has more experience than those three-year-old's but his best efforts have come in lesser races with a bit of cut in the ground, Buckie Boy should come on for his run behind Dirar at Ayr and he looks very attractively handicapped with the trainer booking former jockey Tom Queally, whilst Kames Park tends to travel well in his races and is feasibly handicapped however he is better in lesser races. An open contest then despite the smallish field and the vote is only tentatively given to Judiciary.