Ffos Las

  • 16:35 IWEC Electrical Handicap Chase2m 5f

  • Winner £3,769 2nd £1,107 3rd £553 4th £277
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 37.40s
  • Off time: 16:35:10
16:35 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Di Kaprio (FR) 9/4
2nd Trojan Sun 2/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 2/166-54 Royal Blue, Pink hoop Di Kaprio (FR) 56
Distance Winner
7 11-12 t1 Evan Williams Paul Moloney 117 9/43.25
2 1-33P12 Yellow, Red braces, hooped sleeves and cap Trojan Sun 33
Distance Winner
7 11-5 t T Symonds Felix de Giles 110 2/13.00
3 6P1-57P Black, red hollow box Sir Mattie (IRE) 30
Course Winner
8 11-1 D A Rees Adam Wedge (3) 106 9/110.00
4 83502P Maroon, Yellow sleeves, White armlets, White cap Rudigreen (IRE) 98
10 10-6 P Bowen Donal Devereux (3) 97 8/19.00
5 9P-5F3P Dark Blue and White diabolo, hooped sleeves and cap Go On Arch (IRE) 33
7 10-0 N A Twiston-Davies Kielan Woods (3) 89 3/14.00


Trojan Sun's second to Reginaldinho at Leicester looks the best recent form on offer and he races off the same mark here. However, he's likely to start at restrictive odds and may not represent much in the way of value given a couple of his rivals are open to improvement. Di Kaprio won over hurdles off today's mark last season and has been lightly-raced over fences, as has SIR MATTIE. He was pulled up on his chasing bow at Warwick and will need to jump better here but he ran his best races over hurdles around here last season and should have more to offer. He certainly makes more appeal than the 10-year-old Rudigreen and inconsistent Go On Arch.