Ffos Las

  • 15:20 Bet On Live Golf At Totesport.com Handicap6f

  • Winner £9,714 2nd £2,890 3rd £1,444 4th £722
  • Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 8.94s
  • Off time: 15:20:18
15:20 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Cansili Star 11/2
2nd Jack My Boy (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (5) 011000 DARK GREEN, RED cap, DARK GREEN diamond Lowdown (IRE) 12
Distance Winner
3 9-7 M Johnston Greg Fairley 98 6/17.00
3 (4) 8-33190 Black, orange stars on sleeves Sunraider (IRE) 19
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
3 9-3 B W Hills Michael Hills 94 3/14.00
4 (9) 24-1120 RED, WHITE sleeves, BLUE and WHITE striped cap Cansili Star 28
3 9-2 M A Jarvis P Robinson 93 11/26.50
5 (1) 452110 Dark Blue and Yellow check, hooped sleeves, Yellow cap Jack My Boy (IRE) 89
Distance Winner
3 9-2 b P D Evans Martin Lane (3) 93 12/113.00
6 (7) 5-03070 Red, red and yellow hooped cap Duplicity 54
Distance Winner
3 9-1 R Hannon R Hughes 92 13/27.50
7 (2) 122-121 Yellow and red (quartered), yellow sleeves, red spots, yellow cap, red star Desert Poppy (IRE) 13
Distance Winner
3 8-13 W R Swinburn S W Kelly 90 2/13.00
10 (10) 165965 Orange, Brown seams, Brown sleeves, Orange seams, Orange cap, Brown spots Fly Silca Fly (IRE) 13
Distance Winner
3 8-2 M R Channon Catherine Gannon 79 25/126.00
Non runners
2 (6)603344Star Rover (IRE)39-3P D EvansRichard Evans94
8 (3)111474Joe Packet38-12J G PortmanNon Runner89
9 (8)259-219Duster38-3H MorrisonN Mackay80


John Portman's Joe Packet seems to be in the grip of the handicapper after completing a hat-trick last month, while the Michael Jarvis-trained Cansili Star disappointed at Goodwood last month and is hard to back with confidence. Hugh Morrison's Duster has paid the penalty at the hands of the handicapper for his win at Folkestone in June and it is hard to get away from DESERT POPPY. Walter Swinburn's filly has done little wrong in three starts this term, winning at Windsor on her reappearance and at Newbury last time and only beaten by the narrowest of margins at the Berkshire venue in between those successes. Admittedly she has gone up 11lb for her latest success but she won with plenty in hand and can score again. The David Evans-trained Star Rover seems a shade high in the weights, while Sunraider has faced no easy task following his win at Haydock in June.