• 17:35 Neil Clark Testimonial Handicap Hurdle2m 1f

  • Winner £3,249 2nd £954 3rd £477 4th £238
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 0.30s
  • Off time: 17:35:23
17:35 Exeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Party Palace 9/2
2nd Exiles Return (IRE) 100/1
3rd No To Trident 5/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 2/P45P4- Dark Green, Yellow chevrons, Dark Green sleeves, Dark Green cap, Yellow star Tail of The Bank (IRE) 28
Distance Winner
10 11-12 Mrs L J Young L Heard 108 6/17.00
2 317535/ Dark Green, Mauve hoops Wild Tonto (IRE) 506
10 11-11 N A Twiston-Davies Gerald Quinn (7) 107 18/119.00
3 930U1P- Royal blue, yellow hoop, yellow and royal blue chevrons on sleeves, yellow cap Jawhary 193
Beaten Favourite
6 11-9 R Walford Brendan Powell (3) 105 13/27.50
4 U2/233U- Black and pink stripes, hooped sleeves, black cap No To Trident 7
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
8 11-9 p J L Flint R Flint 105 5/23.50
5 3P/64P7- Dark Blue, White braces, armlets and cap Mighty Monty 54
8 11-7 p V R A Dartnall Jack Doyle 103 7/24.50
6 4P06/05- Dark Blue, Light Blue inverted triangle, quartered cap Zulu Principle 189
6 10-13 t Mrs H R J Nelmes S Thomas 95 12/113.00
7 337- Dark Green, Light Green cross belts Cash Injection 7
4 10-8 t Karen George A Thornton 95 14/115.00
8 F53763- Royal Blue, White stars, halved sleeves, White cap, Royal Blue stars Party Palace 6
Distance Winner
9 10-3 H S Howe Giles Hawkins (3) 85 9/25.50
9 7P9PPP- Red, Royal blue armlets, quartered cap Exiles Return (IRE) 54
11 10-0 Mrs J G Retter M J Quinlan (3) 62 100/1101.00


No To Trident was a hot favourite at Ffos Las last week but blundered and unseated his rider before halfway. He'll be fancied to gain compensation but hasn't won since 2008 and is taken on with JAWHARY. Capable of running well fresh, Robert Walford's charge will enjoy the good ground and reappears on a decent mark. Party Palace has place prospects again but Cash Injection turned in a shocker on his last run over hurdles and has been well beaten twice on the all-weather since. Exeter fourth Tail of The Bank may be best of the rest.