• 17:10 Jp Seafoods Standard Open Nh Flat Race2m

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 57.40s
  • Off time: 17:10:33
17:10 Ludlow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Moscow Chieftain (IRE) 9/1
2nd The Giant Bolster 20/1
3rd The Bishops Baby (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 74 Red, Grey sash, striped sleeves, quartered cap Alesandro Mantegna (IRE) 24
4 10-11 C E Longsdon T Siddall 13/27.50
2 Yellow, Emerald Green cross belts, Emerald Green sleeves, Yellow armlets, quartered cap Bestowed
4 10-11 M C Chapman L Vickers (3) 100/1101.00
4 10-11 Miss H C Knight S Thomas 9/43.25
4 Royal Blue, Red armlets Lowther
4 10-11 A Bailey W Kennedy 14/115.00
5 White, Maroon Cross of Lorraine and sleeves Moscow Chieftain (IRE)
4 10-11 Tim Vaughan R Johnson 9/110.00
6 73 Royal Blue, White seams, hooped sleeves, White cap, Royal Blue star Peachey Moment (USA) 14
Beaten Favourite
4 10-11 H J Collingridge A P McCoy 2/13.00
7 743 Emerald Green, White triple diamond, Yellow sleeves, Emerald Green cap, Yellow diamonds The Bishops Baby (IRE) 19
6 10-11 Edgar Byrne S Keating (10) 4/15.00
8 5 Red and White check, Black and White check sleeves, Royal Blue cap The Giant Bolster 17
4 10-11 D G Bridgwater S Quinlan (3) 20/121.00
9 00 Royal blue and emerald green (quartered), royal blue   and white hooped sleeves Wild Bury 49
4 10-11 F Jordan D Crosse 100/1101.00


The Bishops Baby probably has the best form among those to have raced previously and Edgar Byrne's gelding showed improved form when third at Kempton last time but he may not represent much in the way of value and it may be worth chancing one of the newcomers with CASHPOINT preferred to Moscow Chieftain. Tim Vaughan's gelding is well bred being a son of Moscow Society and the yard is more than capable of producing one to win first time out. Charlie Longsdon's Alesandro Mantegna has shown a fair level of form in both starts so far and has to be respected as does David Bridgewater's The Giant Bolster, who made a pleasing debut at Stratford earlier this month. Hugh Collingridge's Peachey Moment ran better on the Polytrack at Lingfield last time and would have every chance if able to reproduce similar form back on turf. The vote though goes to Henrietta Knight's Cashpoint, who makes plenty of appeal on pedigree being a son of Fantastic Light and from a yard that has to be respected in this grade. He may be good enough to make a winning debut.