• 14:00 Watch Racing UK On Sky 432 Novices' Selling Hurdle2m 1f

  • Winner £1,949 2nd £572 3rd £286 4th £143
  • Going: Soft (Heavy on the home turn bend)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 41.50s
  • Off time: 14:00:58
14:00 Exeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st My Viking Bay (IRE) 4/1
2nd Aim 33/1
3rd Descaro (USA) 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 588021 Black and royal blue (quartered), black sleeves and cap Lauberhorn 6
Distance Winner
6 11-6 v Evan Williams Adam Wedge (3) 97 11/82.38
2 U78P/4P Black, Red star, checked sleeves Aim 15
8 11-0 vt S Curran M Hamill (7) 76 33/134.00
3 53/535-6 GREY and PINK diamonds, GREY sleeves, PINK spots, PINK cap, GREY diamond Descaro (USA) 90
Distance Winner
7 11-0 J K Price Robert Williams (5) 100 5/16.00
4 4/31-P93 Black, White hoops, Red sleeves and cap Next To Nowhere (IRE) 12
8 11-0 t A Dunn Mikey Ennis (7) 100 7/18.00
5 U/399-00 DARK GREEN, LIGHT GREEN stripe, striped sleeves, hooped cap Prudent George 28
7 11-0 p1 J D Frost Hadden Frost 40/141.00
6 33/P480- Dark Blue and Orange (quartered), Dark Blue sleeves, Orange armlets, Orange cap Si Bien (FR) 473
Distance Winner
8 11-0 N G Ayliffe C Wallis (5) 94 100/1101.00
7 0856- Purple and Yellow diabolo, striped sleeves, Yellow cap, Purple diamond Underlay Underlay 435
5 11-0 b R J Hodges Nick Scholfield 50/151.00
8 83476F Red, Black sash, sleeves and diamond on cap My Viking Bay (IRE) 10
9 10-13 p J G M O'Shea Ciaran McKee (10) 93 4/15.00
9 Black, Red star, diamonds on sleeves, Black cap, Red stars Didn'tcostalot (IRE)
4 10-7 D A Rees Paul Moloney 25/126.00
10 85P923 Red, Royal Blue cross belts, diabolo on sleeves, Royal Blue cap Golden Acorn (IRE) 8
4 10-0 t N J Hawke M J Quinlan (3) 85 9/110.00


LAUBERHORN is surprisingly dropped into this grade for the first time despite winning a handicap at Huntingdon last week. Evan Williams obviously has his reasons and he should outclass this modest bunch. My Viking Bay won a Towcester seller last May but has barely troubled the judge since and was behind when falling at Chepstow earlier this month while the four-year-old Golden Acorn is a little flattered by recent form figures. Descaro has won four times on the Flat and doesn't appear often over hurdles so may be best of the rest.