• 14:30 At The Races Novices' Limited Handicap Chase2m 5f 110y

  • Winner £7,148 2nd £2,099 3rd £1,049 4th £525
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 45.10s
  • Off time: 14:30:29
14:30 Fakenham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st King Of The Wolds (IRE) 5/4
2nd Flichity (IRE) 100/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 112P-1U Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Dursey Sound (IRE) 9
5 11-5 p1 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 138 10/111.91
2 908-223 Light green, dark blue and light green hooped sleeves, orange cap, white stars Hunting Tower 39
9 10-13 t Tim Vaughan R Johnson 132 8/19.00
3 212P3-1 Maroon, Beige star, Dark Green sleeves, Dark Green cap, Beige star King Of The Wolds (IRE) 19
6 10-11 J M Jefferson B Hughes 130 5/42.25
4 212-258 Black, Crimson hoops, White cap, Black spots Occasionally Yours (IRE) 10
9 10-5 A G Blackmore David Bass 111 33/134.00
5 32-P2PP Yellow, black chevrons, striped cap Flichity (IRE) 8
8 10-5 J R Cornwall Joseph Cornwall (5) 73 100/1101.00


King Of The Wolds displayed a resolute attitude to repel the last thrust of Deise Dynamo to score on his chasing debut at Sedgefield and there should certainly be quite a bit more to come from the Jefferson inmate. The Presenting gelding receives a healthy 8lb from DURSEY SOUND but Jonjo O'Neill's charge created a really good impression when scoring at Bangor before tipping up in mid-race at Market Rasen in what looked an enticing contest. There should be little between them but the topweight receives narrow preference to compensate for that unfortunate spill last time. Hunting Tower has had his attentions turned to chasing at a pretty late stage of his career but did run perfectly well on his chasing debut at Carlisle. It will be interesting to see how he gets on around this totally different track and looks next best after the aforementioned pair.