Ffos Las

  • 20:05 Felinfoel Brewery Dragon Stout Standard Open Nh Flat Race2m

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 40.20s
  • Off time: 20:06:57
20:05 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Manikon Eros (IRE) 5/6
2nd Kilmore West (IRE) 2/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 43/182- Black and pink stripes, hooped sleeves, black cap Kilmore West (IRE) 21
5 11-3 Tim Vaughan R Johnson 2/13.00
2 Royal Blue and Yellow check, Royal Blue sleeves, Yellow spots, Royal Blue cap Manikon Eros (IRE)
5 11-3 Miss R Curtis A P McCoy 5/61.83
4 BLACK, yellow seams, diabolo on sleeves, yellow cap Grandads Horse
4 10-12 A E Jones Jack Doyle 18/119.00
5 37- White, Red chevron, Emerald Green and Red striped sleeves, Red cap Santamina (IRE) 21
4 10-12 P Bowen T J O'Brien 12/113.00
6 47- Emerald Green, Red Cross of Lorraine, Light Green sleeves, Red cap Seren Cwmtudu (IRE) 11
6 10-10 Evan Williams Donal Fahy (3) 7/18.00
Non runners
3Batonnier (FR)410-12A KingWayne Hutchinson


MANIKON EROS is the selection in the finale with Batonnier and Kilmore West on the shortlist. Rebecca Curtis and Tony McCoy have had a very strong strike rate so it would be no surprise to see the Old Vic gelding assume the mantle of favouritism as a consequence. The breeding suggests that two miles will be sharp enough. Batonnier is a half-brother to a number of French winners so the market must be watched. Kilmore West produced a better effort at Chepstow earlier in the month though conditions will differ markedly here. Grandads Horse was bought very cheaply at the Cheltenham sales. His pedigree is certainly more flat led than the majority of his opposition. Santomina shaped with promise on a previous visit here though disappointed next time out. The market will offer most guidance though in the absence of it, we side with Manikon Eros.