• 17:20 Jp Seafoods Standard Open Nh Flat Race2m

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 2.60s
  • Off time: 17:20:41
17:20 Ludlow Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Big Time Billy (IRE) 20/1
2nd Featherbed Lane (IRE) 9/2
3rd Barthelemy Evs


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 F-F Crazy Quilt Barthelemy 46
5 11-4 N J Henderson A P McCoy Evs2.00
2 46 Light blue, purple armlets Featherbed Lane (IRE) 85
5 11-4 Mrs A L M King Mr O J Murphy (7)(ex1) 9/25.50
3 Terracotta, Black diamond on body and cap Rabbitkettle Lake (IRE)
6 11-4 M Blanshard Jimmy McCarthy 25/126.00
4 970- Dark Blue, White star, White sleeves, Red stars, White cap, Dark Blue star Tram Express (FR) 381
6 11-4 S Lycett D Bass (7) 66/167.00
5 GREEN, PLUM sleeves, hooped cap Yarlington Mill
5 11-4 E G Bevan Mr J Flook (7) 33/134.00
6 WHITE, RED sash, WHITE sleeves, ROYAL BLUE armlets, ROYAL BLUE cap Basford Tara
5 10-11 Jennie Candlish A O'keeffe 12/113.00
7 White, Pink stars, White cap, Pink star Beck's Bolero (IRE)
4 10-11 Evan Williams Paul Moloney 10/111.00
8 3 Black, White hoop and sleeves, hooped cap Francesa 34
Beaten Favourite
5 10-11 H D Daly A Tinkler 17/29.50
9 Light Blue, Dark Blue diamond, Dark Blue and Light Blue diabolo on sleeves, Light Blue cap, Dark Blue diamond Kayfton Pete
4 10-11 R Hollinshead Peter Hatton (7) 33/134.00
10 White, red hoops, red sleeves, white spots, white cap Big Time Billy (IRE)
4 10-4 P Bowen Michael Byrne (7) 20/121.00
11 Emerald green and orange (halved), quartered cap Singapore Harbour (IRE)
4 10-4 O Sherwood S P Jones 8/19.00


This race looks booked for a newcomer and BARTHELEMY is our suggestion ahead of Beck's Bolero and Basford Tara. Featherbed Lane is reportedly held in some regard but has something to prove in terms of what we've seen whilst Francesa failed to justify favouritism in a mares' bumper at Fakenham that lacked strength in depth. The selection failed to complete in either start in Irish points but has no obstacles to negotiate today and represents a yard with a near one in three strike rate in bumpers at the track. Evan Williams also sends out plenty of winners at this venue and he introduces an interesting flat bred gelding who twice fetched in excess of 50,000 in the sales but was knocked down for just 5,000 guineas in May. It will be interesting to see if the market suggests that he can call the tune. Basford Tara is related to a number of winners, including the useful Bonchester Bridge, so makes plenty of appeal on paper and needs a market check as do all the newcomers but it would be no surprise to see Barthelemy lead them home.