Market Rasen

  • 14:20 Worthington's Novices' Handicap Chase3m 1f

  • Winner £5,653 2nd £1,660 3rd £830 4th £415
  • Surface: Turf


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR Sky Bet
1 202-P51 Dark Green, Red cross belts and armlets, quartered cap Brass Tax (IRE) 25
Course Winner
6 11-12 B I Case N D Fehily 128 1001
2 14F3-1P Beige, Orange star, sleeves and cap African Broadway (IRE) 32
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 11-10 D Pipe C O'Farrell 126 1001
3 1P/2P35- Yellow, Black chevron and sleeves, Black and Yellow hooped cap Moonlight Drive (IRE) 257
Beaten Favourite
6 11-9 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 125 1001
4 17-3257 DARK BLUE, YELLOW cross belts, collar and cuffs, striped cap Kilmacowen (IRE) 4
Distance Winner
6 11-8 F O'Brien J M Maguire 124 1001
5 7P66-11 Light Green, Dark Green chevrons, Red sleeves, White and Red striped cap Honest John 6 (ex7)
Distance Winner
8 11-6 S Gollings B Hughes 115 1001
6 661-442 Light blue, dark blue spots Balding Banker (IRE) 27
6 11-4 Ferdy Murphy J Reveley 120 1001


Honest John stayed on gamely to deny Chac Du Cadran at Doncaster last week and is now on a hat-trick. However, he's going to find this tougher under a 7lb penalty and we prefer AFRICAN BROADWAY. His jumping let him down against seasoned handicappers at Carlisle last month but this is less competitive and David Pipe's six-year-old still has bags of scope over fences. Brass Tax dead-heated over a shorter trip here last time and shouldn't be far away and Moonlight Drive could go well on only his second run over fences. Musselburgh runner-up Balding Banker also has claims if staying the extra but Kilmacowen needs to find more.