Kempton Park

  • 12:25 William Hill - Download The App Handicap Chase2m 4f 110y

  • Winner £6,256 2nd £1,848 3rd £924 4th £462
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 21.85s
  • Off time: 12:25:15
12:25 Kempton Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st King Edmund 25/1
2nd Ice 'n' Easy (IRE) 5/1
3rd Shangani (USA) 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1-26538 White, red sleeves, white and red check cap King Edmund 21
11 11-12 C Gordon Tom Cannon 135 25/126.00
2 1427-3P Royal Blue, White hoop and sleeves Shangani (USA) 35
8 11-12 Miss V Williams L Treadwell 135 8/19.00
3 110/F-03 Purple and Yellow diabolo, Yellow sleeves and cap Aegean Dawn 21
Course WinnerDistance Winner
9 11-11 R Walford D C Costello 134 7/24.50
4 1P3-PP4 Brown, light blue spots, striped sleeves, light blue cap, brown spots Arthur's Pass 28
Distance Winner
10 11-6 T R George R Flint 129 16/117.00
5 415-S13 Dark blue, white epaulets, white sleeves, dark blue stars, white cap, dark blue star Sergeant Dick (IRE) 44
Distance Winner
9 11-3 t F Brennan Felix de Giles 126 10/111.00
6 3P-411F Orange and Royal Blue (quartered), hooped sleeves Toby Lerone (IRE) 35
Distance Winner
7 11-1 D Skelton Harry Skelton 124 11/26.50
7 2U-6343 Maroon and White (quartered), checked sleeves and cap Barlow (IRE) 48
7 10-12 p1 W Greatrex A P McCoy 121 4/15.00
8 46/4211- Purple, light green seams, quartered cap Ice 'n' Easy (IRE) 270
8 10-11 t C E Longsdon N D Fehily 120 5/16.00
9 668/3-56 Black, Red chevrons, diamonds on sleeves, Red cap Mister Snowball (FR) 63
Beaten Favourite
7 10-3 C J Down T Scudamore 112 10/111.00


TOBY LERONE fell in the Grand Sefton at Aintree but was prominent at the time and it was only his fourth start over fences. Just 4lb higher than when scoring at Lingfield previously, Dan Skelton's novice could well pick up the winning thread again here. Ice 'N' Easy was very progressive last spring and could go well if fully wound-up while Arthur's Pass latest fourth at Doncaster was his best run for a while. Sergeant Dick has taken well to fences and was only beaten six lengths off today's mark at Newbury. He's preferred to King Edmund and Barlow of the others.