• 20:30 Radio Borders Cash For Kids Standard Open Nh Flat Race2m 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 8.90s
  • Off time: 20:31:03
20:30 Kelso Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Quite The Man (IRE) 5/2
2nd Reaping The Reward (IRE) 8/1
3rd Bogside (IRE) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 7- EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW sash and star on cap Arctic Court (IRE) 24
5 11-2 L Lungo R McGrath 14/115.00
2 0- Red, White diamond, checked sleeves, Emerald Green cap Balmacara Boy (IRE) 31
5 11-2 Mrs L B Normile A L Voy (10) 66/167.00
3 4- Light Blue, Red cap, Light Blue star Bogside (IRE) 40
5 11-2 G A Charlton Jan Faltejsek 3/14.00
4 FF- RED, white spots, white sleeves, red spots, white cap, red spots Breeze With Ease (IRE) 88
5 11-2 J J Lambe T Scudamore 7/24.50
5 9- Dark Green, Yellow chevron, Black cap Its Beyond Me 57
5 11-2 F P Murtagh Ryan Mania (5) 66/167.00
6 EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW sash and star on cap Reaping The Reward (IRE)
5 11-2 A Parker Timmy Murphy 8/19.00
7 Yellow and White check, White sleeves, Royal Blue armlets Quite The Man (IRE)
4 10-11 J M Jefferson P Kinsella 5/23.50
8 Dark Blue, White epaulets, chevrons on sleeves, Dark Blue cap, White star Some Lad (IRE)
4 10-11 Mrs A C Hamilton P Buchanan 7/18.00
9 77- Red, Yellow sash, diabolo on sleeves, Yellow cap, Red star Euphemia (IRE) 202
6 10-9 Mrs L B Normile D C Costello 40/141.00
10 White, Beige armlets Panama At Bay
4 10-4 Joss Saville F Keniry 25/126.00


Bogside probably has the best form of those to have raced previously having run a creditable fourth behind Storm Brig here last month and the five-year-old has to be respected but it may be worth taking a chance with one of the newcomers with QUITE THE MAN making most appeal and getting the vote ahead of Breeze With Ease. James Lambe's gelding has fallen in both starts in point-to-points but makes his rules debut in what looks a poor contest and he has to be considered from a yard that does well with their runners here. Alan Parker's Reaping The Reward, a son of Sylvan Express, has to be considered on his first start, while Len Lungo's Arctic Court will need to step up on the form shown on his first start at Hexham earlier this month if he is to trouble the judge. Preference then is for Malcolm Jefferson's Quite The Man, who is bred to be useful being a son of Zagreb out of a Beneficial mare and he comes from a yard that does well with their runners in bumpers so he could easily be good enough first time out.