Market Rasen

  • 14:50 PHS Direct Handicap Hurdle 2m 5f

  • Winner £3,574 2nd £1,049 3rd £525 4th £262
  • Going: Good to Soft, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 24.20s
  • Off time: 14:52:20
14:50 Market Rasen Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Barrie Burn (IRE) 7/2
2nd Milano Supremo (IRE) 8/1
3rd Descaro (USA) 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 164631/ BLACK, EMERALD GREEN triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, BLACK cap, EMERALD GREEN diamond Scorched Son (IRE) 833
8 11-12 Tim Vaughan R J Killoran 120 22/123.00
2 58110P- Dark green and maroon (quartered), maroon and dark green diabolo on sleeves Pie At Midnight 208
5 11-9 R Hollinshead Harry Skelton 117 14/115.00
3 571-1P8 Purple, orange hoop and armlets Another Dimension (IRE) 14
Distance Winner
5 11-8 b1 Mrs R Dobbin K Renwick 116 16/117.00
4 3-P156 Royal blue, white hollow box, white sleeves, royal blue armlets and diamond on white cap Jawaab (IRE) 13
7 11-7 e R C Guest F Keniry 115 33/134.00
5 P2-17U2 Black and white stripes, chevrons on sleeves, black cap, white star Milano Supremo (IRE) 33
6 11-6 t C Grant A L Voy (5) 114 8/19.00
6 83P/31-F Purple and Light Green stripes, Purple sleeves, Light Green cap Beat The Shower 14
5 11-5 P D Niven B Hughes 113 7/18.00
7 5242-85 White, Black epaulets, White and Yellow striped sleeves, Yellow cap Bridlingtonbygones (IRE) 14
6 11-4 Karen McLintock G Lee 112 9/25.50
8 00205-P Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Barrie Burn (IRE) 26
5 11-2 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 110 7/24.50
9 626624 White, red cross belts, white sleeves, yellow armlets, yellow cap Lawgiver (IRE) 19
10 11-2 p Mrs Marjorie Fife B J Toomey (5) 110 16/117.00
10 2P/653-5 Yellow, Orange star Descaro (USA) 23
Beaten Favourite
5 10-12 v D O'Meara D F O'Regan 106 7/24.50


BARRIE BURN was the subject of a gamble on his reappearance at Aintree but, after travelling strongly, A P McCoy pulled him up when he started to hang badly left up the straight. The fact that he's back in action fairly quickly suggests early fears that he had gone lame were unfounded and the JP McManus-owned five-year-old is fancied to make amends today as he should reverse Bangor running in March with Pie At Midnight on today's revised terms. Milano Supremo ran well at Kelso last month and looks a danger while there may be more come from Musselburgh fifth Bridlingtonbygones, but Descaro is probably best watched at present.