Ffos Las

  • 15:55 Totepool Handicap1m 4f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 33.92s
  • Off time: 15:56:31
15:55 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Petrovsky 3/1
2nd Sehoy (USA) 8/1
3rd Resplendent Light 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (9) 300-480 Maroon, light blue epaulets, light blue sleeves, maroon stars, quartered cap Camps Bay (USA) 25
Distance Winner
5 9-11 Mrs A J Perrett Kirsty Milczarek 93 10/111.00
2 (6) 13-6042 Royal Blue, Yellow disc, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue armlets Dance The Star (USA) 39
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
4 9-6 D M Simcock Martin Lane (5) 88 7/18.00
3 (1) 584328 LIGHT BLUE, ORANGE epaulets Resplendent Light 25
Distance Winner
4 9-4 W R Muir F Tylicki (3) 86 4/15.00
4 (4) 77-3205 Orange, Black star, stars on sleeves, Orange cap, Black star South Wing (IRE) 44
5 9-0 E Griffin K Fallon 82 9/25.50
5 (2) 351-112 DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Petrovsky 120
3 8-13 M Johnston Adrian Nicholls 90 3/14.00
6 (7) 532046 Royal Blue, Red epaulets, striped cap Jabal Tariq 9
Distance Winner
4 8-13 B W Hills T P O'Shea 81 10/111.00
7 (5) 4/30106- Emerald Green, Orange stripe, striped sleeves William Hogarth 24
Distance Winner
4 8-11 W K Goldsworthy Liam Jones 75 33/134.00
8 (3) 5121 Light Blue, Light Blue and White check sleeves, White cap Act Of Kalanisi (IRE) 64
Distance Winner
3 8-8 M Johnston R Ffrench 85 5/16.00
9 (8) 0-12044 White, Emerald Green hoop Sehoy (USA) 23
Distance Winner
3 8-6 J H M Gosden R Mullen 83 8/19.00


ACT OF KALANISI is the marginal preference to Dance The Star and Petrovsky. A switch to more traditional Mark Johnston tactics seemed to make all the difference and while this is a drop back to twelve furlongs, with weight for age taken into account he looks a fair prospect. Dance The Star appeared to be given too much to do at Kempton in an apprentices handicap. Whether he is quite as able on the turf is another matter. Petrovsky almost scrambled home over this trip at Newmarket. He had won three races back to back during the winter on the all weather surfaces. William Hogarth is yet to capture the heights he reached at the Ballydoyle academy. Sehoy has become frustrating. He could have few excuses made for him last time out at Salisbury having had his favoured going and it is with some reluctance that we oppose. Jabal Tariq has won twice at Ripon though his consistency makes it difficult for the handicapper to grant him respite. Many plausible winners but Act Of Kalanisi looks open to most improvement amongst them.