• 15:00 Epds Supports Racing Welfare Handicap Hurdle 2m 5f 110y

  • Winner £3,574 2nd £1,049 3rd £525 4th £262
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 17.20s
  • Off time: 15:00:18
15:00 Huntingdon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Grand Vision (IRE) 5/4
2nd Dusky Bob (IRE) 16/1
3rd Sainglend 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 53/5824 WHITE, yellow sash, emerald green sleeves, white cap, yellow star Sainglend 31
7 11-12 P Rich Brendan Powell (7) 115 10/111.00
2 14311U Yellow and Maroon diamonds, Yellow sleeves, Yellow cap, Maroon star Knight Legend (IRE) 23
Distance Winner
13 11-12 t Mrs S J Humphrey Charlie Huxley (3) 115 25/126.00
3 22-232 YELLOW, BLACK chevron, check cap Grand Vision (IRE) 35
6 11-11 C L Tizzard J Tizzard 114 5/42.25
4 36-P0P4 Red and Light Blue (quartered), Red sleeves and cap Black Phantom (IRE) 28
6 11-9 b1 Andrew Turnell Nick Scholfield 112 14/115.00
5 64-9114 Yellow, Black sleeves and cap with Yellow tassel Tribal Dance (IRE) 23
Beaten FavouriteCourse and Distance Winner
6 11-7 v B I Case D A Jacob 110 13/27.50
6 74-11F0 Black and Light Blue check, Black sleeves, Light Blue armlets, Red cap Dusky Bob (IRE) 18
7 11-6 B Ellison Aidan Coleman 109 16/117.00
7 18/855-0 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Domos Boy (IRE) 64
9 11-4 Jonjo O'Neill R P McLernon 107 50/151.00
8 0/741-33 Purple, light green seams, quartered cap No No Bingo (IRE) 22
6 11-4 C E Longsdon Felix de Giles 107 6/17.00
9 37-5909 White, Red diamond, Light Blue sleeves and cap Gilded Age 27
6 11-2 pt C Gordon Tom Cannon (5) 105 33/134.00
10 6625-6 White, Dark Blue Cross of Lorraine, Dark Blue cap Wiesentraum (GER) 57
6 11-1 Mrs L Wadham L P Aspell 104 16/117.00
11 9-FP953 White, Royal Blue Cross of Lorraine, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets and star on Royal Blue cap Balustrade (IRE) 22
6 10-10 t C Gordon M Goldstein (3) 99 20/121.00


Brian Ellison sends Dusky Bob on the long journey from Yorkshire and the recent winner over both hurdles and fences will find this less taxing than at Ascot last time. Knight Legend is admirably consistent and though now well into the veteran stage can still produce the goods as he did twice at Market Rasen in the summer. He's won from much higher marks over fences but the ground could be a little too testing for him. Grand Vision was possibly unfortunate not to get the race when runner-up to Gullinbursti at Hereford, though he was receiving a stone from the winner, and Tribal Dance may have a better chance as he didn't appear to enjoy quicker conditions at Fakenham after completing a double on soft ground in November. NO NO BINGO, a winning point-to-pointer in Ireland, has shown enough promise in two maidens for new connections to suggest he is up to taking this on his handicap debut.