Ffos Las

  • 15:55 Llewellyn Humphreys Handicap Chase3m

  • Winner £2,144 2nd £630 3rd £315 4th £157
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 56.60s
  • Off time: 15:55:59
15:55 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Michigan Assassin (IRE) 16/1
2nd Rifleman (IRE) 25/1
3rd Stormyisland Ahead 16/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 0022-12 Royal blue, white seams, halved sleeves and star on cap Kusadasi (IRE) 45
Beaten Favourite
8 11-12 b Marc Barber Mr Matthew Barber (7) 100 8/19.00
2 6331P-5 Black, yellow stars, yellow sleeves, black diamonds, yellow cap, black star Changing Lanes 32
Distance Winner
10 11-11 v D A Rees Adam Wedge (3) 99 7/18.00
3 13P-8P4 Royal Blue, White disc, striped sleeves and cap Michigan Assassin (IRE) 9
Course Winner
11 11-10 Mrs D A Hamer Aodhagan Conlon (5) 98 16/117.00
4 31-5587 Light blue, pink star, white cap Stormyisland Ahead 44
Course Winner
8 11-9 t Evan Williams Paul Moloney 97 16/117.00
5 687-534 Red, Light Green cap Jive Master (IRE) 39
Distance Winner
8 11-7 b1 Tim Vaughan R Johnson 95 9/110.00
6 2P-1235 Purple, Light Blue seams, quartered cap Point West (IRE) 24
Distance Winner
9 11-7 J Farrelly Nick Scholfield 95 13/27.50
7 354534 Purple, Emerald Green epaulets and diamond on cap Lady Myfanwy 32
Distance Winner
12 11-6 A Wintle Miss A Stirling (7) 94 12/113.00
8 PF08-U3 Dark Blue, Yellow diamond and sleeves, Yellow cap, Red diamond Merrydown Vintage (IRE) 33
6 11-2 v1 D T Hughes P J Brennan 90 7/24.50
9 78-5506 BLACK, RED seams, WHITE cap Rifleman (IRE) 29
Distance Winner
13 10-2 pt R Lee T Scudamore 76 25/126.00
10 4U357-0 RED and YELLOW stripes, YELLOW sleeves, RED armlets, RED cap Kilvergan Boy (IRE) 102
Distance Winner
9 10-0 p1 N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 70 3/14.00

Verdict

Kusadasi is in good form but has been put up 8lb since finishing second to Five Out Of Five at Newton Abbot and is unlikely to be much of a price in this. Jive Master hasn't really looked like winning so far over fences and is now tried in blinkers and course winner Stormyisland Ahead hasn't been firing lately, though this looks a little easier than recent tests. CHANGING LANES had an outing over hurdles last month to blow away a few cobwebs. He has a decent strike rate and the going will suit so David Rees' 10-year-old could be a bit of value with Adam Wedge taking off 3lb. Merrydown Vintage is still a maiden and weakened quickly at Cartmel last month.