Kempton Park

  • 14:30 Panoramic Bar And Restaurant Novices' Handicap Chase2m 4f 110y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 14.40s
  • Off time: 14:30:18
14:30 Kempton Park Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Fire And Rain (FR) 10/1
2nd Ballyman (IRE) 10/1
3rd Shake The Barley (IRE) 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 911444 Dark blue, grey star and star on cap I'm A Legend 21
Distance Winner
7 11-12 p N P Mulholland Timmy Murphy 112 12/113.00
2 14/5-327 Dark Blue, Yellow stars, hooped sleeves, Yellow cap The Spieler (IRE) 18
10 11-8 N J Henderson A Tinkler 108 9/25.50
3 5/1-8761 Black, Yellow sleeves, Black armlets, Black cap, Yellow stars Soprano (GER) 11
7 11-6 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 106 4/15.00
4 F14F21 BLACK, PINK hoops, WHITE sleeves, PINK cap Shake The Barley (IRE) 19
Distance Winner
6 11-5 T R George S Thomas 105 13/27.50
5 P-84637 Black, Grey seams, armlets and cap Diego Velasquez (IRE) 28
5 10-13 p N J Hawke Byron Moorcroft (7) 99 9/110.00
6 3644UP ORANGE, DARK BLUE sash, diabolo on sleeves, ORANGE cap Fire And Rain (FR) 79
6 10-12 Miss E C Lavelle N D Fehily 98 10/111.00
7 7-FP231 LIGHT BLUE, ROYAL BLUE disc, RED cap Funny Fellow 8 (ex7)
Distance Winner
7 10-12 R Rowe M Foley 91 7/24.50
8 2/82-6P4 RED, GOLD hoops, RED sleeves, quartered cap Taipan's Promise (IRE) 14
7 10-8 R H Buckler W T Kennedy 94 12/113.00
9 23/P82-3 Orange, beige cross belts, brown sleeves Ballyman (IRE) 8
8 10-5 J A Geake A Thornton 91 10/111.00


SHAKE THE BARLEY is the selection with Funny Fellow and Soprano appearing the most obvious alternatives. Tom George's inmate has been a little in and out to say the least but the yard are having winners and having won at Taunton, we are confident that he will be able to transfer his form to Kempton this afternoon. Funny Fellow was an emphatic winner of a Plumpton handicap. He will go up plenty for that so the decision to race here under a penalty was merely academic. He would not want the going to dry any further. Soprano is sure to be popular for Jonjo O'Neill. A winner of three starts on the flat in Germany, he demonstrated plenty of resolution in a tough battle at Leicester earlier in the month. Neil Mullholland has had a great season so far so don't dismiss I'm A Legend. A fair hurdler on his day, he has solid form on sharp tracks. The Spieler has clearly had his campaigns blighted by training troubles. Diego Velasquez is always vulnerable to anything that is progressive. Shake The Barley gets the nod.