Kempton Park

  • 15:15 William Hill - Download The App Handicap Chase3m

  • Winner £11,574 2nd £3,419 3rd £1,709 4th £855
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 27.50s
  • Off time: 15:15:07
15:15 Kempton Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Brackloon High (IRE) 6/1
2nd On Trend (IRE) 12/1
3rd Mush Mir (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 13-51P3 Red and Purple (quartered), Yellow sleeves, Red cap Golden Chieftain (IRE) 28
Distance Winner
8 11-12 pt C L Tizzard J Tizzard 138 9/25.50
2 F-211FP Yellow, Dark Green seams, Yellow cap, Dark Green spots Kingsmere 56
8 11-11 H D Daly Jake Greenall (3) 137 13/27.50
3 121P-72 Purple, Yellow hoops Mush Mir (IRE) 41
6 11-9 b N J Henderson J McGrath (5) 135 12/113.00
4 11F01-9 Pink and orange stripes, light green cap Baile Anrai (IRE) 70
Distance Winner
9 11-7 Ian Williams Harry Skelton 133 7/18.00
5 P-37715 Black and White check, Grey sleeves, Orange cap Prophete de Guye (FR) 50
Distance Winner
10 11-3 H J Evans L Treadwell 129 25/126.00
6 10P-F25 White, Royal Blue spots on sleeves, Royal Blue cap Brackloon High (IRE) 16
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
8 11-2 Noel T Chance Nico de Boinville (7) 128 6/17.00
7 4311/F-3 EMERALD GREEN, RED cross belts, striped sleeves, RED cap Stoney's Treasure 24
Distance Winner
9 11-2 A King R Thornton 128 9/25.50
8 34/13-F3 Red, White epaulets, hooped sleeves and cap On Trend (IRE) 21
Distance Winner
7 11-1 N J Gifford A Thornton 127 12/113.00
9 413/1-11 Red, Yellow sash, Brown sleeves, Yellow cap, Red star Handtheprizeover 14
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 10-4 B I Case Nick Scholfield 116 3/14.00


Ben Case has done really well with the fragile Handtheprizeover, who has won both starts this season at Wincanton and Doncaster. He just lasted home two weeks ago, however, and is 8lb higher now. Golden Chieftain isn't exactly consistent and is high enough in the weights at present while Brackloon High dropped away tamely when favourite over C&D last time and Mush Mir's latest second came in a jumpers' bumper. Stoney's Treasure should improve on his third at Newbury but BAILE ANRAI will also have benefited from his comeback run and, if able to reproduce his useful novice form of last season, Ian Williams's charge could be the one today.