Ffos Las

  • 17:10 Stradey Park Novices' Hurdle2m

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 59.00s
  • Off time: 17:10:33
17:10 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Bonobo (IRE) 5/1
2nd Milord (GER) 1/2
3rd Less Time (IRE) 14/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 07U75- Cerise, Royal Blue quartered cap Back By Midnight 40
Beaten Favourite
5 10-12 h Miss E Baker Aodhagan Conlon (5) 16/117.00
2 424/241- Dark Blue, Light Blue sleeves, quartered cap Bonobo (IRE) 203
Distance Winner
7 10-12 Evan Williams Paul Moloney 5/16.00
3 5/07P- BLACK, WHITE diamond, armlets and star on cap Jaunty Inflight 54
5 10-12 B Eckley Josh Wall (7) 100/1101.00
4 73- Maroon, emerald green stripe, armlets and star on cap King Of Jazz (IRE) 25
6 10-12 P Bowen Donal Devereux 14/115.00
5 547- Emerald Green, Yellow hoops, Emerald Green cap, White star Less Time (IRE) 43
5 10-12 Jonjo O'Neill Maurice Linehan (3) 14/115.00
6 38FFP4- Royal Blue and White diabolo, White sleeves and cap Milord (GER) 32
5 10-12 K C Bailey Sam Twiston-Davies 123 1/21.50
7 0- Red, Black striped sleeves, White cap Miracle Cure (IRE) 47
5 10-12 Miss V Williams Aidan Coleman 8/19.00
8 F/8- Emerald Green, White epaulets, diabolo on sleeves, White cap Suffice (IRE) 38
5 10-12 Mrs L J Young R T Dunne (3) 40/141.00
11 F- Emerald Green, Black disc, Black cap Force To Spend 312
7 10-5 Miss L Day Robert Williams (5) 100/1101.00
12 126P0- Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Rouquine Sauvage 6
6 10-5 t A J Honeyball Rachael Green (3) 16/117.00
Non runners
9966-The Sweetener (IRE)510-12R WoollacottC O'Farrell
10Portmonarch (IRE)410-8C J MannG Sheehan


Having looked a promising bumper performer, Rouquine Sauvage has failed to convince over timber and the Honeyball team remains quiet, whilst Less Time looks a typical long-term Jonjo O'Neill project in the making. Bonobo was consistent in Irish bumper company for Kevin Prendergast and showed a resolute attitude when obliging at Tramore last October. He's since joined Evan Williams and is an interesting prospect for the new season but may just need this after over 200 days away from the track. MILORD must be the frustration of Kim Bailey's life but he's been unlucky too so let's hope the new season delivers better fortune. His recent Ascot fourth in a decent novice hurdle confirmed his ability and he's afforded another chance here.