• 16:30 John O'Mailley 80th Birthday Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle2m 4f

  • Winner £6,498 2nd £1,908 3rd £954 4th £477
  • Going: Good to Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 58.50s
  • Off time: 16:30:23
16:30 Musselburgh Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Salubrious (IRE) 7/4
2nd Los Nadis (GER) 14/1
3rd Divers (FR) 20/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 171-425 Royal blue, red sleeves, white spots, red cap, white spots Salubrious (IRE) 36
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 11-12 P F Nicholls Mr H Derham (3) 133 7/42.75
2 272-511 Red, grey striped sleeves, white cap Smadynium (FR) 39
Course Winner
5 11-5 D McCain Jnr Henry Brooke (3) 126 8/19.00
3 U047-06 Light blue, brown stripe and armlets Divers (FR) 50
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 11-4 Ferdy Murphy Tony Kelly (3) 125 20/121.00
4 P08-998 RED, WHITE chevron and armlets, striped cap The Panama Kid (IRE) 36
Distance Winner
9 11-1 J M Jefferson B J Toomey 122 50/151.00
5 099647 BLACK, YELLOW stripe, check cap Los Nadis (GER) 11
Course WinnerDistance Winner
9 11-1 J S Goldie Callum Whillans 122 14/115.00
6 157541/ Orange and White diamonds, Orange sleeves Agglestone Rock 48
Distance Winner
8 10-9 P A Kirby K James 116 33/134.00
7 148-63 Dark blue and white diamonds, white sleeves, red cap Barenger (IRE) 58
6 10-7 N J Henderson Peter Carberry (3) 114 3/14.00
8 053 Red, white epaulets, checked sleeves and cap Lexington Bay (IRE) 38
Course Winner
5 10-3 p R A Fahey Harry Challoner 110 4/15.00
9 332231 Royal blue, white chevron, emerald green sleeves, white cap Fine Kingdom 33
4 10-3 b B Ellison Michael Byrne 121 20/121.00
10 349313 Yellow, Brown disc and sleeves Father Shine (IRE) 22
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
10 10-1 S A Harris T E Whelan 108 50/151.00


Smadynium arrives at the top his game having won here and at Sedgefield in his last two starts. But he's entering unknown territory regards trip today and is only getting 7lb from SALUBRIOUS. The top weight wasn't beaten far in a competitive heat at Newbury last time and his earlier second to At Fishers Cross at the Berkshire track could hardly have worked out any better - this is a significant drop in grade. Los Nadis is likely to make the running and could easily hang on for a place as Divers and The Panama Kid are better over fences while both Fine Kingdom and Father Shine have a bit to prove at this level. Barenger should be thereabouts, however, while Flat winner Lexington Bay may be finally starting to head in the right direction and is worth noting for future reference.