• 14:45 Summit Juvenile Hurdle 2m 110y

  • Winner £14,432 2nd £5,418 3rd £2,712 4th £1,352
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 0.40s
  • Off time: 14:45:16
14:45 Doncaster Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Royal Bonsai 16/1
2nd Eagle Rock (IRE) 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 17 Black, White chevrons on sleeves, White cap Bradbury (IRE) 28
Distance Winner
3 11-2 J D Bethell F Davis 40/141.00
2 131 BEIGE and EMERALD GREEN check, BEIGE sleeves Kie (IRE) 15
Distance Winner
3 11-2 D McCain Jnr Henry Brooke 129 13/82.62
3 211 White, Maroon Cross of Lorraine, sleeves and cap Royal Bonsai 21
Distance Winner
3 11-2 J J Quinn D C Costello 130 16/117.00
4 ROYAL BLUE, purple sash, white cap, purple star Crafty Roberto 251
3 10-12 Noel Quinlan Jack Quinlan 80/181.00
5 2 Terracotta, Emerald Green cap and tassel Eagle Rock (IRE) 18
3 10-12 T P Tate J Reveley 13/27.50
6 2 Light blue, dark blue armlets, dark blue cap Ranjaan (FR) 15
Beaten Favourite
3 10-12 P F Nicholls D A Jacob 7/42.75
7 1 Dark Blue, Red star, sleeves and star on cap School For Scandal (IRE) 17
Distance Winner
3 10-12 Jim Best F Keniry 5/16.00
Non runners
8Scoglio310-12Dave Roberts2nd Preference


Kie has already won easily at Kelso and Musselburgh, while Royal Bonsai is chasing a hat-trick after back-to-back wins at Market Rasen and Haydock. Both should run their race again but have to give weight unexposed Newbury second Ranjaan and Eagle Rock, who won over 1m4f on the Flat and only found the more experience Countrywide Flame too good on his debut at Sedgefield. SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL took a while to warm to his task at Wetherby but drew clear after the last and will have learned from the experience. That was his first run since April so he should also strip fitter here and may prove hard to beat.