• 14:45 Tanners Wines Handicap Chase3m

  • Winner £9,495 2nd £2,805 3rd £1,402 4th £702
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 39.50s
  • Off time: 14:45:31
14:45 Ludlow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tour Des Champs (FR) 6/1
2nd Allthekingshorses (IRE) 11/2
3rd Milo Milan (IRE) 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 U51-316 Yellow, White epaulets, Yellow sleeves, Black armlets, White cap Howard's Legacy (IRE) 20
6 11-12 Miss V Williams Aidan Coleman 129 6/17.00
2 15851-3 Yellow, Red hoops, Red sleeves, Yellow spots, Red cap, Yellow spots Allthekingshorses (IRE) 35
Distance Winner
6 11-10 pt P J Hobbs R Johnson 127 11/26.50
3 P06-1F8 EMERALD GREEN, WHITE stars, EMERALD GREEN cap, WHITE star Tour Des Champs (FR) 20
5 11-10 N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 127 6/17.00
4 1P/2P35- Yellow, Black chevron and sleeves, Black and Yellow hooped cap Moonlight Drive (IRE) 270
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 11-8 Jonjo O'Neill D C Costello 125 7/24.50
5 220002 Emerald Green, Orange hoops, checked sleeves, quartered cap Take Of Shoc's (IRE) 20
Distance Winner
8 11-5 Mrs S Leech Paul Moloney 122 33/134.00
6 1/U2315 Yellow, dark green cross of lorraine and sleeves, dark green cap, yellow star Basoda 51
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
9 11-5 t K C Bailey Nick Scholfield 122 16/117.00
8 F21P-88 GREEN, YELLOW sleeves, WHITE cap The Falklander 39
Distance Winner
8 11-3 H D Daly A Tinkler 120 12/113.00
9 1P434-3 PALE BLUE, WHITE hoops, CRIMSON cap Milo Milan (IRE) 35
Beaten Favourite
7 10-13 p R Lee M G Nolan (5) 116 7/24.50
10 1216-95 Royal blue and yellow check, diabolo on sleeves, yellow cap Dont Tell Sailor (IRE) 49
Distance Winner
6 10-12 t Jennie Candlish A O'keeffe 115 14/115.00
Non runners
79P6-158Rackham Lerouge (FR)711-3C E LongsdonS Thomas120
1111113PRoyale Knight610-0Dr R D P NewlandA P Cawley97


The assessor appears to have caught up with Royale Knight, who is 12lb higher than his last winning chase mark and 6lb out of the handicap. Milo Milan was raised 10lb for winning at Bangor a year ago and has been unable to cope while Basoda ran a shocker when favourite at Bangor after winning very easily at Kempton. He's the type who goes best with a break so shouldn't be written off just yet. Allthekingshorses has won a point-to-point and scored twice over timber but didn't jump well on his chasing debut at Exeter. That experience was probably needed though he faces a stiff task at the weights as does Howard's Legacy, who jumped poorly at Newbury last month. Moonlight Drive has scope but it's TOUR DES CHAMPS, who has been highly tried in his two races since winning at Uttoxeter in May, who is taken to regain the winning thread.