• 14:35 Betfred Mandarin Handicap Chase3m 2f 110y

  • Winner £7,148 2nd £2,099 3rd £1,049 4th £525
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 7m 3.30s
  • Off time: 14:35:15
14:35 Newbury Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Rey Nacarado (IRE) 3/1
2nd Ballyegan (IRE) 15/2
3rd Leading Contender (IRE) 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 F1111-2 Royal Blue, White hoops, Maroon sleeves and cap Quotica De Poyans (FR) 35
Beaten Favourite
7 11-12 t A King Wayne Hutchinson 130 9/43.25
2 P100-P5 BLACK and WHITE check, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK and WHITE quartered cap Den of Iniquity 27
Course Winner
10 11-9 Ferdy Murphy P J Brennan 127 10/111.00
3 5-1468F Dark Blue, Emerald Green hoop, Maroon sleeves, Emerald Green cap Fort View (IRE) 10
Course Winner
7 11-8 p P Gundry Mr R G Henderson (7) 126 16/117.00
4 0/4521-5 Orange, light blue hollow box, chevrons on sleeves Swansbrook (IRE) 15
8 11-6 B G Powell D Crosse 124 10/111.00
5 4U12-PP Dark blue, light blue sleeves, green and pink hooped cap General Kutuzov (IRE) 14
7 11-6 v1 N J Gifford L Treadwell 124 14/115.00
7 12/U3U-5 Light Blue, White stripe and armlets Leading Contender (IRE) 37
10 11-4 P J Hobbs James Best (7) 122 6/17.00
8 1321-32 Black and Light Green check, Black sleeves, Orange cap Rey Nacarado (IRE) 48
Beaten FavouriteDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 11-2 p C E Longsdon A Tinkler 120 3/14.00
10 U36-531 Black, red cross of lorraine, black sleeves, white armlets, white cap Ballyegan (IRE) 16
6 10-2 t R H Buckler A Glassonbury 106 15/28.50
Non runners
610-3721Key Cutter (FR)711-5P R WebberD Elsworth123
9215U23Jaunty Journey811-1N A Twiston-DaviesSam Twiston-Davies119


Prolific hunter chaser Quotica De Poyans was far from disgraced on his handicap debut at Bangor last month but has been put up 4lb for his troubles. Key Cutter landed a gamble on fast ground at Leicester last time but is also climbing the weights, while it took Towcester scorer Ballyegan 12 attempts to get off the mark over the larger obstacles and he is facing better opposition today. Jaunty Journey came right back to his best when second over 3m6f at Bangor and is short-list material, unlike the accident-prone Leading Contender, but REY NACARADO is surely worth a final chance. He couldn't quite get to Giles Cross in the Southern National at Fontwell last month but the winner went on to run a blinder in the Welsh National and Charlie Longsdon's six-year-old may have an easier time of it here.