Market Rasen

  • 16:50 Double M Handicap Chase2m 2f

  • Winner £3,899 2nd £1,145 3rd £572 4th £286
  • Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 47.33s
  • Off time: 16:51:04
16:50 Market Rasen Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Topaze Collonges (FR) 7/2
2nd Oranger (FR) 2/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 F2119U Pink, light green cross belts Topaze Collonges (FR) 14
6 11-12 b C E Longsdon N D Fehily 104 7/24.50
2 7-45333 Royal Blue and Yellow stripes, White sleeves Pamak D'airy (FR) 17
10 11-5 p H Hogarth R McGrath 97 5/16.00
3 537321 White, Black chevron, Black sleeves, White diamonds, quartered cap Oranger (FR) 18
11 10-10 b Andrew Martin Mr J Martin (7) 88 2/13.00
4 647125 Yellow, Purple sleeves, Yellow stars, Purple cap, Yellow star Roc De Guye (FR) 96
Distance Winner
8 10-2 p H J Evans Mr O Garner (7) 80 3/14.00
5 4/P26P3 Emerald green, orange star, armlets and star on cap The Black Lion (IRE) 12
12 10-0 N Kent P N O'Brien (7) 72 11/112.00
6 511354 Emerald Green and White diamonds, Orange sleeves and cap Peak Seasons (IRE) 17
Distance Winner
10 10-0 M C Chapman G J Galligan (10) 67 33/134.00


It's difficult to make a case for either The Black Lion or Peak Seasons here racing from out of the handicap while Oranger didn't beat much at Ludlow and is 6lb higher, though his amateur rider claims 7lb. It's a long time since Pamak D'airy was in the winner's enclosure but he's started to knock on the door again lately and makes more appeal than Topaze Collonges, who appears to have lost his way. ROC DE GUYE has been waiting for better ground and, with Timmy Murphy back on board for the first time since he won at Stratford in October, James Evans' eight-year-old can resume winning ways.