Fontwell Park

  • 18:50 Weatherbys Private Banking United Hunts Open Champion Hunters' Chase3m 4f

  • Winner £1,872 2nd £580 3rd £290 4th £145
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 7m 11.30s
  • Off time: 18:50:54
18:50 Fontwell Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Start Royal (FR) 4/1
2nd Double Dizzy 11/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 P22/PP2- Black, White cross belts, check cap Benheir (IRE) 24
Course Winner
8 11-10 p S Stearn Mr R Stearn (7) 122 3/14.00
2 04/453-2 Emerald Green, Purple cross belts, Purple cap Double Dizzy 11
13 11-10 t Miss C Newman Mr Joshua Newman (7) 108 11/43.75
3 11/13P3- Dark Blue and Yellow (quartered), Red sleeves, Yellow cap, Red star Kornati Kid 33
12 11-10 p Mrs F Marshall Mr Charlie Marshall (7) 117 8/19.00
4 P2/P411- Red, White stars, Red sleeves, Gold cap Masked Man (IRE) 24
11 11-10 Mrs S Ashby Mrs S Ashby (7) 112 6/17.00
5 72F2/P-4 Yellow, Red chevron, Red and Yellow halved sleeves, Yellow cap, Red star Quarry Town (IRE) 12
12 11-10 pt Joshua Pearce Mr J Pearce (7) 102 50/151.00
6 151211- Maroon, dark blue diamond, hooped sleeves and cap Start Royal (FR) 26
10 11-10 A Hill Mr J E Tudor 107 4/15.00
7 33/PPP1- Dark blue and light blue diabolo, chevrons on sleeves, dark blue cap, light blue star Theophrastus (IRE) 54
12 11-10 J Sole Mr J Sole (3) 107 7/18.00


This extended trip might suit some of these more than others. BENHEIR has won over these fences and, though well beaten back under Rules at Fakenham last month, looks to have a decent opportunity to open his account for new connections here. Double Dizzy is in the veteran stage now but still capable of running well and he has an abundance of stamina while Theophrastus could figure if on a going day. Start Royal makes more appeal than Kornati Kid and Masked Man but will have his stamina tested in the closing stages.