• 12:20 Ramside Event Catering Beginners' Chase2m 110y

  • Winner £1,949 2nd £572 3rd £286 4th £143
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 30.70s
  • Off time: 12:20:44
12:20 Hexham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Bold Sir Brian (IRE) Evs
2nd Rich Lord 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
3 1154/P-5 Orange, Black sleeves, Orange stars, Orange cap, Black stars Bishops Heir 32
Distance Winner
6 11-0 J Ewart K Mercer 113 17/29.50
4 2/417-22 Royal Blue, White sash and sleeves, quartered cap Bold Sir Brian (IRE) 30
Beaten Favourite
5 11-0 Miss Lucinda V Russell P Buchanan Evs2.00
5 0/0F-293 Light blue, brown stripe and armlets Rich Lord 21
Distance Winner
7 11-0 Ferdy Murphy G Lee 114 33/134.00
6 85/22-62 Maroon, White chevrons, hooped sleeves, White cap Signalman 21
Distance Winner
7 11-0 J Ewart B Hughes 120 8/19.00
7 13861-2 Dark Blue and White (quartered), White sleeves, Dark Blue spots Stopped Out 38
6 11-0 Mrs K Walton R McGrath 9/43.25
8 1292-80 Royal Blue, Yellow triple diamond, checked sleeves, Yellow cap Empress Orchid 25
Distance Winner
6 10-7 D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 114 16/117.00
Non runners
1PP8-79About Thyne (IRE)611-0M A BarnesM J McAlister
2998-20PA Patchy Dancer (IRE)611-0Mrs S J SmithS Byrne


A decent contest to start the meeting and James Ewart is double-handed. Bishops Heir ran well for a long way on his return from injury at Kelso while Signalman was second over C&D last month following a pipe-opener at Carlisle, though has something to find with Stopped Out on that run. Kate Walton's six-year-old could find this trip on the sharp side, however, and BOLD SIR BRIAN is preferred. He caught a tartar in Kudu Country last time but his earlier second at Carlisle looks solid enough and his jumping is improving with experience.