Fontwell Park

  • 15:25 Pricewaterhousecoopers Gatwick Supporting Wateraid Novices' Hurdle2m 4f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 55.80s
  • Off time: 15:27:29
15:25 Fontwell Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Marsh Court 16/1
2nd Postmaster 13/8
3rd Phoenix Des Mottes (FR) 11/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 Black, large Red spots, Red cap Drizzi (IRE) 103
7 10-12 Jim Best M Goldstein (5) 14/115.00
3 8/31234- Black, Beige star, striped sleeves, Black cap, Beige stars Man of The Moment 175
6 10-12 Jim Best S Durack 20/121.00
4 25 Orange, Light Blue epaulets and sleeves Muraco 47
4 10-12 A M Hales W T Kennedy 4/15.00
5 Emerald Green, White chevrons, Red sleeves, White armlets, Red cap Okoum (FR) 406
6 10-12 B G Powell J M Davies 14/115.00
6 Emerald Green and Orange (quartered), White sleeves, Orange armlets, Emerald Green cap, White spots Pacific Ocean (ARG) 41
9 10-12 p Miss Z C Davison Gemma Gracey-Davison (7) 12/113.00
7 1 Red, Pink sleeves and cap Phoenix Des Mottes (FR) 111
5 10-12 D Pipe T Scudamore 11/43.75
8 2U0-43 Black, White hoop, Black sleeves, White stars Postmaster 51
6 10-12 Evan Williams Donal Fahy (5) 111 13/82.62
9 4FP45 Light Green, Yellow spots, Yellow cap Quartz Du Montceau (FR) 327
4 10-12 M F Harris D Crosse 97 40/141.00
10 PP6/7P1- White, Emerald Green hoops, White sleeves, Emerald Green stars, Black cap Sironi (IRE) 168
8 10-12 G L Moore J E Moore 25/126.00
11 43/6P6U- Dark Blue, White star, hooped sleeves, White cap Marsh Court 53
5 10-5 Jamie Snowden T J O'Brien 16/117.00
13 0-545 ROYAL BLUE and EMERALD GREEN diabolo, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, quartered cap Sandy Denny (IRE) 20
5 10-5 J W Mullins W P Kavanagh (3) 50/151.00
Non runners
1P/000-Captain Sirus (FR)510-12P ButlerR Lucey-Butler
120-34Miss Carroll510-5A KingR Thornton


Unlikely to be many Cheltenham clues here and we take a chance with OKOUM against Phoenix Des Mottes and Postmaster. Brendan Powell's six-year-old stayed middle distances in France and related to a number of winning chasers and hurdlers, the trip won't be the thing that gets him beat. Phoenix Des Mottes won a maiden hurdle at Newton Abbot on British debut. He did so with a few mistakes and he can ill afford to reproduce them on this occasion. Postmaster was a modest sort on the flat for Roger Ingram. Claimed out of that yard, he was not disgraced on a step into handicap company. Muraco was outpaced at Plumpton before plugging on at the finish. This step up in trip might make a difference. Miss Carroll was a substantial finger burner for punters in a Market Rasen bumper in June. She probably has ability though needs to learn how to settle before we see the best of her. Sandy Denny is the type who might make a National Hunt broodmare so connections will be keen to get a win into her ahead of a future career elsewhere. Drizzi was given a stinker of a ride from Simon Walker at Wolverhampton on his final outing on the level. That didn't stop Jim Best submitting a claim and he is worth a watch in the market this afternoon. Okoum is reluctantly put up in a race unlikely to attract many column inches in the newspapers.