• 18:00 intu Metrocentre Always A Safe Bet Intermediate NH Flat Race (Conditional Jockeys' And Amateurs2m 110y

  • Winner £1,643 2nd £479 3rd £240
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 1.40s
  • Off time: 18:00:24
18:00 Hexham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Line D'aois (IRE) 15/8
2nd Royal Ripple (IRE) 8/1
3rd You'resomedreamer (IRE) 14/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 2 Grey and pink stripes, black and grey chevrons on sleeves, black and pink hooped cap Abel J Tasman (IRE) 46
5 11-4 James Moffatt Tony Kelly (5) 17/29.50
2 6 Emerald green, white hoops, emerald green sleeves, royal blue and yellow quartered cap Bob Bo Jangles (IRE) 15
5 11-4 P Stafford D R Fox (5) 25/126.00
3 9 ROYAL BLUE, emerald green seams, royal blue cap, emerald green star Dunkirk's First (IRE) 16
5 11-4 Mrs R Dobbin Shaun Dobbin (10) 25/126.00
4 22-2 Yellow, black disc, halved sleeves, black cap Line D'aois (IRE) 154
5 11-4 M Scudamore Jack Sherwood (7) 15/82.88
5 Red, large White spots, White cap Mr Kealshore
4 11-4 G M Moore Jake Greenall (3) 20/121.00
6 Yellow, black stripe, diabolo on sleeves Royal Ripple (IRE)
5 11-4 P Henderson Mr G Branton (7) 8/19.00
7 P1 Royal Blue and Yellow diamonds, White sleeves, Royal Blue cap, Yellow diamond Shine A Diamond (IRE) 146
5 11-4 Miss Lucinda V Russell G B Watters (7) 9/43.25
8 White, red braces, black and white striped sleeves, quartered cap Thatildee (IRE)
5 11-4 C Grant Diarmuid O'Regan (10) 9/110.00
9 8 Light Blue, Pink stars, armlets and stars on cap Up To Al (IRE) 14
5 11-4 p1 J S Wainwright Miss E Todd (7) 100/1101.00
11 LIGHT BLUE, RED cross belts, BLACK and RED hooped sleeves, RED cap Wind Echo
5 11-4 R Nixon Jonathan England (5) 50/151.00
12 P- DARK BLUE and RED (halved), RED sleeves and cap You'resomedreamer (IRE) 199
5 11-4 Miss Lucinda V Russell Grant Cockburn (7) 14/115.00
13 Black, Light Blue sash and sleeves, hooped cap Just A Gin
5 10-11 I Jardine Miss J Walton (7) 50/151.00
Non runners
1067-8Vodka Moon411-4Mrs S A WattJoseph Palmowski


Line D'Aois looks the obvious one here having finished second over course and distance on his debut under Rules, though Abel J Tasman only found one too good at Sedgefield in August. Dunkirk's First and Vodka Moon are probable improvers while Mr Kealshore is possibly the most interesting of the newcomers to racing. But SHINE A DIAMOND is expected to pay his way after winning a point-to-point at Bartlemy in May by 10 lengths - he gets the vote.