• 17:25 32Red Casino Standard Open NH Flat Race2m 110y

  • Winner £1,560 2nd £458 3rd £229 4th £114
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 57.50s
  • Off time: 17:28:16
17:25 Huntingdon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Destiny's Gold (IRE) 33/1
2nd Fly Home Harry 11/4
3rd Blue Heron (IRE) 11/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 112 Mauve, Purple stars, armlets and stars on cap Fly Home Harry 76
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
5 11-12 G A Swinbank Brendan Powell 11/43.75
2 21 Light blue, red cross belts, light blue sleeves, red stars Blue Heron (IRE) 84
6 11-9 D Skelton Bridget Andrews (7) 11/26.50
3 31 Maroon, beige star, diabolo on sleeves and star on cap River Deep (IRE) 69
Course and Distance Winner
5 11-9 P J Hobbs Thomas Cheesman (7) 9/43.25
4 Royal Blue, White triple diamond, striped sleeves Arthamint
6 11-2 N J Pomfret C O'Farrell 100/1101.00
5 2 Yellow, Dark Blue spots Beaufort Boy (IRE) 17
5 11-2 G L Moore Joshua Moore 14/115.00
6 1 Light blue and white check, halved sleeves, light blue and white quartered cap Border Breaker (IRE) 157
5 11-2 D Pipe Mikey Ennis (7) 10/34.33
7 Black, Red chevrons and armlets Red Hott Robbie
5 11-2 G Fierro C Wallis (5) 100/1101.00
8 5 Light blue, light blue and purple diabolo on sleeves, light blue cap, purple diamond Destiny's Gold (IRE) 86
4 10-8 George Baker A Tinkler 33/134.00
9 Dark Green and Pink (halved), sleeves reversed, Dark Green cap Robin Brook (IRE)
4 10-1 Mrs P Sly Miss G Andrews (5)(ex1) 20/121.00


After victories at Ayr and Sedgefield, Fly Home Harry's bid to complete a hat-trick on the latter track ended in defeat though the slow gallop he set may not have been ideal as he was outpaced in the closing stages. Blue Heron made all and stayed on well over 1m6f at Ludlow but this is tougher and he has a penalty to contend with. After a promising introduction, RIVER DEEP was made odds-on here in January but had to scramble to see off Zeroeshadesofgrey. The runner-up has been unbeaten in two subsequent starts so the form looks strong enough for this. Border Breaker is an interesting entry having won a point-to-point at Castletown in Ireland in October but Beaufort Boy was beaten out of sight when runner-up at Fontwell.