• 13:10 Ramside Event Catering Juvenile Maiden Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner £2,053 2nd £598 3rd £299
  • Going: Heavy, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 39.10s
  • Off time: 13:11:07
13:10 Hexham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Forced Family Fun 11/10
2nd Roycano 100/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 7 GREEN, GOLD sash, hooped sleeves, quartered cap Baraboy (IRE) 20
3 10-12 F P Murtagh Lucy Alexander 25/126.00
2 7 Black and Emerald Green (halved), halved sleeves, quartered cap Dermo's Dilemma 21
3 10-12 C Grant Diarmuid O'Regan (7) 125/1126.00
3 Maroon, light blue and maroon diabolo on sleeves, light blue cap Forced Family Fun 33
3 10-12 J J Quinn B Hughes 11/102.10
4 42 Dark Blue, Yellow disc, Yellow cap Most Honourable 21
3 10-12 M Smith Ryan Mania 116 11/82.38
5 8 GREEN, GREY and LEMON striped sleeves, MAROON cap Roycano 20
3 10-12 M W Easterby K Renwick 100/1101.00
6 R3 Brown, Pink sash, Pink cap Multilicious 21
3 10-5 T D Walford D C Costello 22/123.00
7 Red, Yellow epaulets, chevrons on sleeves, quartered cap Vicky Valentine 15
3 10-5 A C Whillans E Whillans (3) 10/111.00


Most Honourable and Multilicious finished second and third behind the potentially useful Azza last month at Carlisle and there's no obvious reason why placings should be reversed here. The remainder with a run under their belt have yet to display any clear promise and this could be a good opportunity for FORCED FAMILY FUN to make a winning debut over timber. A dual winner on the Flat for Michael Bell, he was especially impressive when routing the opposition at Ayr in October on soft ground under Tom Queally over 1m5f. He seems sure to have been well schooled by John Quinn who regularly does well with his juvenile hurdler team.