• 15:50 Book Now For Christmas At Ludlow Maiden Open Nh Flat Race2m

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 3.50s
  • Off time: 15:50:20
15:50 Ludlow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Ackertac (IRE) 9/1
2nd Saindor (FR) Evs
3rd Dune Shine 11/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 5 Dark Green, White stars, White and Red striped sleeves, White cap, Red star Ackertac (IRE) 33
4 11-2 N A Twiston-Davies T Molloy (5) 9/110.00
2 PP7 Light Blue, Red chevrons, Light Blue sleeves, Red stars, Red cap Driving Seat 15
5 11-2 M Mullineaux M Bradburne 66/167.00
3 Yellow, red hoop, hooped sleeves, light blue and dark blue hooped cap Dune Shine
4 11-2 O Sherwood L P Aspell 11/26.50
4 0 Black, Yellow cross belts, hooped sleeves, Yellow cap Dust In Time 19
4 11-2 W G M Turner Peter Toole (5) 40/141.00
5 Yellow, red cross of lorraine, hooped sleeves, red cap, yellow star Everdon Brook (IRE)
4 11-2 B I Case Aidan Coleman 11/26.50
6 35 Emerald Green and Royal Blue (quartered), Maroon sleeves and cap Howlin At The Moon (FR) 17
4 11-2 R H Buckler Nathan Sweeney (10) 14/115.00
7 P7-27 Cerise, Royal Blue quartered cap Master Cardor Visa (IRE) 23
4 11-2 Miss E Baker Sean Quinlan (3) 12/113.00
8 05 Light Blue and White diamonds, Light Blue sleeves, White armlets and diamond on cap Master Cospector 12
4 11-2 T Caldwell C Poste 100/1101.00
9 3 Black and White check, Red and White striped sleeves Saindor (FR) 29
5 11-2 Ian Williams D C Costello Evs2.00
10 PURPLE and YELLOW (quartered), striped sleeves, YELLOW cap Box Four
4 10-9 M Mullineaux Danny Cook (3) 20/121.00
11 Pink and Maroon diamonds, Pink sleeves, Maroon armlets, Pink cap Marlbrook Fox
5 10-9 J L Needham T J Phelan (3) 16/117.00


From those with previous experience: SAINDOR caught the eye on debut at Aintree and is readily preferred ahead of Ackertac and Master Cardor Visa. Form the others: Everdon Book, who cost 15,000 euros, is out of a half-sister to Cooldine and is one of the more interesting debutants, while Dune Shine (like Dust In Time) has speed and stamina in the pedigree but will make limited appeal unless the betting market strongly suggests otherwise. Master Cador Visa has experience of the Irish point-to-point scene and wasn't knocked about when his chance had gone in an Ascot bumper three weeks ago. He is open to improvement and should be monitored closely in the betting, as should Ackertac, even though he appeared to lack a change of gear on his introduction at Worcester. However, this seem to revolve around how well Saindor has progressed since his introduction at Liverpool in October. Pyracantha, who was well down the field at Aintree, came out and won a similar race at Market Rasen at the weekend, so there are positives to take from the evidence available and, weak as it is, everything points towards a big run from Saindor.