Ffos Las

  • 17:40 IWEC Electrical Handicap Chase2m 3f 110y

  • Winner £2,274 2nd £668 3rd £334 4th £167
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 20.00s
  • Off time: 17:40:28
17:40 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st One For The Boss (IRE) 7/2
2nd Tough Talkin Man (IRE) 9/2
3rd Zama Zama 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 6353P3- Black, White hoop, Black sleeves, White stars Zama Zama 243
Distance Winner
7 11-12 Evan Williams Adam Wedge 99 6/17.00
3 64432U- Grey, red disc, hooped sleeves, red cap Supreme Bob (IRE) 10
Distance Winner
8 11-11 Lucy Jones W T Kennedy 98 11/43.75
4 6P/3424- Yellow, maroon sleeves, white armlets, maroon and yellow quartered cap Tough Talkin Man (IRE) 189
Distance Winner
10 11-5 P Bowen Mr S P Bowen (7) 92 9/25.50
5 45P/3P4- DARK BLUE, RED sash, RED cap, DARK BLUE diamond Kirbys Glen (IRE) 52
Distance Winner
12 10-7 K Burke Mr L Kilgarriff (7) 80 20/121.00
6 2/243P7- Brown, Light Blue hoop, Light Blue cap Meirig's Dream (IRE) 37
8 10-1 P J Hobbs J M Davies 74 7/18.00
7 P6P378- Dark Blue and Maroon stripes, hooped sleeves One For The Boss (IRE) 21
Beaten Favourite
7 10-0 p D Burchell Mr Paul John (7) 72 7/24.50
8 P2FR26- Yellow, Emerald Green diamond on body and cap, Yellow sleeves, Emerald Green seams Jim Job Jones 46
10 10-0 pt N P Mulholland Aidan Coleman 66 20/121.00
9 FP4PF7- White, Maroon star, Dark Blue sleeves, Dark Blue and White quartered cap Tulla Emerald (IRE) 254
9 10-0 t Tim Vaughan Mr Jason Kiely (7)(ex1) 65 7/18.00
Non runners
21/423PP-Stormhoek (IRE)911-12N A Twiston-DaviesSam Twiston-Davies99


Recent form figures clearly show how hard this field is finding it to win and modest stakes are the order of the day with question marks against most. Stormhoek has obvious claims at his best but has thrown in the towel the last twice whilst Meirig's Dream has flattered to deceive on more than one occasion. Nevertheless, the Hobbs inmate inhabits a tempting mark and should certainly get involved but SUPREME BOB is the selection. He houses a solid if unspectacular profile in 2014 and was still travelling nicely enough when unseating behind the in-form Tokyo Javelix at Chepstow last time and is taken to make amends. Tough Talkin Man and Zama Zama are also noteworthy.