Market Rasen

  • 15:00 Walter James Kent Memorial Handicap Hurdle2m 5f

  • Winner £2,534 2nd £744 3rd £372 4th £186
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 15.46s
  • Off time: 15:00:23
15:00 Market Rasen Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Natural Spring 9/4
2nd Around A Pound (IRE) 4/1
3rd I'll Be Frank 28/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 026/328- Beige, Red hoops Glingerbank (IRE) 207
Distance Winner
12 11-12 N G Richards B P Harding 115 10/111.00
2 4524/32- Light Green, Brown cross belts Natural Spring 28
7 11-8 Miss S Smith P J Brennan 111 9/43.25
4 633304- Orange, Dark Blue hoops, armlets and star on cap King Mak 48
10 11-3 Mrs Marjorie Fife K James (5) 106 12/113.00
5 70/P26P- Pink and Emerald Green diamonds, White sleeves, Pink cap Soleil D'avril (FR) 46
6 11-2 A King R Thornton 105 14/115.00
6 565231- Grey, Maroon seams, Maroon sleeves, Grey seams, Grey cap, Maroon star Around A Pound (IRE) 22
Course and Distance Winner
7 11-2 N Kent Charles Greene (7) 105 4/15.00
7 495445- Maroon, royal blue spots, royal blue and maroon chevrons on sleeves, royal blue cap Quiamo Malta (FR) 67
8 11-2 p B Leavy R J Killoran 105 9/110.00
8 6576/63- Red and Beige diabolo, Red sleeves, Beige cap Bureaucrat 51
10 11-1 p J Mackie C Poste 104 14/115.00
9 0781/8P- Maroon and White diamonds, Maroon sleeves, check cap I'll Be Frank 35
Distance Winner
7 10-11 t M A Barnes M J McAlister 100 28/129.00
10 7P9492- Red, large Yellow spots Scriptwriter (IRE) 51
10 10-11 p Mrs E Slack Miss Emma Sayer (7) 100 9/110.00
11 4P7125- Yellow, Black cross belts, Yellow sleeves, Black stars, Black cap Andy Vic (IRE) 37
9 10-10 I Brown Mrs Joanne Brown (7) 99 14/115.00
12 104P80- GREEN, GOLD sash, hooped sleeves, quartered cap Pugnacity 64
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 10-0 Mrs Dianne Sayer Henry Brooke (3) 86 20/121.00
Non runners
32/565-Charlie Wingnut (IRE)511-5N J HendersonA P McCoy108


Bureaucrat would have picked up and carried most of these in his heyday but doesn't stand much racing nowadays and isn't the force of old. Andy Vic gets good ground for the first time since pulling off a shock victory under Joanne Brown at Catterick in February. He's not as well handicapped now but seems in reasonable form and another win isn't out of the question getting weight from largely disappointing rivals. But CHARLIE WINGNUT could prove a bit better than he's shown so far and appeared to appreciate the longer trip at Ascot last time. He gets the nod though Around A Pound did beat a subsequent winner over C&D on soft ground last month and Natural Spring ran her best race so far at Wincanton four weeks ago.