Ffos Las

  • 16:15 32Red Handicap Chase3m

  • Winner £6,330 2nd £1,870 3rd £935 4th £468
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 59.50s
  • Off time: 16:15:50
16:15 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mountainous (IRE) 15/8
2nd Benheir (IRE) 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1012PP Dark Blue and White stripes, halved sleeves Benheir (IRE) 42
Course WinnerDistance Winner
7 11-12 p Miss R Curtis P E Corbett (7) 135 6/17.00
2 75-2124 Dark Blue and White diabolo, hooped sleeves and cap Mountainous (IRE) 29
Course WinnerDistance Winner
8 11-6 R Lee M G Nolan (5) 129 15/82.88
3 3-03413 Maroon, white stars, maroon sleeves, maroon cap, white star Politeo (FR) 16
7 11-3 Nick Williams Aidan Coleman 126 7/18.00
5 153F42 Dark Green, Dark Green and White diabolo on sleeves Makethe Mostofnow (IRE) 18
Beaten FavouriteCourse WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-2 Evan Williams Adam Wedge (3) 125 11/43.75
6 1P-524U Red, Dark Blue triple diamond, White sleeves, Dark Blue diamonds, Dark Blue cap, White diamond My Boy Paddy (IRE) 26
Distance Winner
9 10-10 t N A Twiston-Davies Ryan Hatch (7) 119 7/24.50
Non runners
49/44-069Gullible Gordon (IRE)1011-3P BowenT J O'Brien126


All have some sort of chance at their best but Benheir has pulled up the last twice and Gullible Gordon is struggling to find form. My Boy Paddy should go well off the lowest rung for Cheltenham-winning jockey Ryan Hatch and the Twiston-Davies team is clearly in excellent form at present whilst Politeo and Makethe Mostofnow are consistent types in this level of competition. However, we'll go with MOUNTAINOUS to get back on the winning track with the talented Micheal Nolan taking off a valuable 5lb. A course winner, Richard Lee's charge has gone well on all starts this term in some highly competitive affairs and seems sure to give another good account in what looks a slightly easier contest than recent assignments.