Ffos Las

  • 14:15 E.P.S. Handicap Hurdle2m 4f

  • Winner £4,549 2nd £1,336 3rd £668 4th £334
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 19.50s
  • Off time: 14:15:15
14:15 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Radetsky March (IRE) 10/1
2nd Blazing Buck 12/1
3rd Saticon 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 7217-00 Red, Black stars, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets, Royal Blue cap Numide (FR) 46
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-12 B R Millman Nick Scholfield 126 10/111.00
2 F121P-P White, large Royal Blue spots, Royal Blue cap Radetsky March (IRE) 51
Distance Winner
8 11-12 M Bradstock Matthew Batchelor 126 10/111.00
3 35498/0 Yellow, black disc, halved sleeves, black cap Saticon 18
6 11-11 R T Phillips Sean Quinlan 125 33/134.00
4 9143/80 Red and Purple (quartered), Yellow sleeves, Red cap Quinte du Chatelet (FR) 18
Distance Winner
7 11-6 D Pipe T Scudamore 120 10/111.00
5 33-F314 Maroon, Light Blue and Brown hooped sleeves, quartered cap Wings Of Smoke (IRE) 185
Distance Winner
6 11-4 t Tim Vaughan Michael Byrne (7) 118 9/25.50
6 0/60-FP1 Red, Emerald Green braces, White cap Blazing Buck 37
Course and Distance Winner
5 11-0 A W Carroll Lee Edwards (3) 114 12/113.00
7 2-F5231 Maroon, large Emerald Green spots Mauricetheathlete (IRE) 18
8 10-13 M Keighley Nick Slatter (7) 113 4/15.00
8 566-43 White, Emerald Green sleeves, White armlets, Emerald Green cap Ballyquin Queen (IRE) 27
5 10-7 P J Hobbs R Johnson 107 3/14.00
9 1-33222 Yellow, emerald green sash, red sleeves and cap Mercury Bay (IRE) 126
Beaten Favourite
6 10-2 W K Goldsworthy Sam Twiston-Davies 102 5/16.00


Numide and Radetsky March both need to improve on what they've show so far this season, as does Quinte Du Chatelet, while Wings Of Smoke hasn't been seen since finishing fourth at Hexham in June. Ballyquin Queen looks to be on an upward curve, however, and Mercury Bay has yet to finish out of the frame under Rules though is another returning from a break. Mauricetheathlete returned to winning ways over 3m on heavy ground at Chepstow earlier this month and shouldn't be far away. But he looks an out-and-out stayer and may be vulnerable over this shorter trip so the vote goes to BLAZING BUCK. You would go a long way to find a weaker contest than the seller he won at Leicester last month but he does have winning form in better company and that easy victory will have done wonders for his confidence.