• 15:30 Weatherbys Bloodstock Insurance Handicap1m 1f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good (Good to Firm in places in the chute)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 53.19s
  • Off time: 15:31:03
15:30 Redcar Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st King's Counsel (IRE) 4/1
2nd Avitus 12/1
3rd Visions of Johanna (USA) 5/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (10) 980-041 Grey, beige star, grey sleeves, beige stars and stars on cap Visions of Johanna (USA) 12
5 9-7 Ian Williams P McDonald 70 5/16.00
2 (1) 3634-74 Maroon and Yellow check, Maroon sleeves, Yellow cap Steel Trade 7
4 9-2 M Brittain D Allan 65 13/27.50
3 (2) 2178-35 Grey, Red spots, Black sleeves Joinedupwriting 7
Beaten FavouriteCourse Winner
5 8-13 R M Whitaker T Hamilton 62 16/117.00
4 (3) 613-526 Emerald Green and Pink diabolo, Pink sleeves and cap Crystal Feather 12
Distance Winner
4 8-13 E F Vaughan T P Queally 62 5/16.00
5 (9) 91313-0 Dark Blue, Yellow inverted triangle, striped sleeves and cap Tropical Duke (IRE) 7
Course Winner
4 8-11 R E Barr P Makin 60 10/111.00
6 (8) 5/5-4071 Light green, brown braces and armlets, white cap Dream Win 22
Course Winner
4 8-10 B Ellison T Eaves 59 4/15.00
7 (7) 2792-60 RED, YELLOW star, hooped sleeves, check cap Avitus 7
4 8-7 Micky Hammond F Tylicki 56 12/113.00
8 (4) 6-54603 Orange and Royal Blue check, halved sleeves Via Mia 11
4 8-5 p John Harris P Hanagan 54 9/110.00
9 (6) 20606-5 Yellow, Orange star King's Counsel (IRE) 41
4 8-4 v J Hetherton S De Sousa 53 4/15.00
10 (5) 980-000 Yellow, Royal Blue chevron, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Royal Blue cap Amber Ridge 11
5 8-2 p B P J Baugh Billy Cray (5)(ex3) 45 100/1101.00


Richard Whitaker's Joinedupwriting disappointed when sent off favourite for a 1m2f handicap at Ripon last month and now looks best watched in a race taken to go to VIA MIA, who gets the verdict ahead of Visions of Johanna. The Ian Williams-trained gelding won well enough at Haydock recently and has to be respected on his attempt to follow up but a 5lb rise for that success makes that attempt more difficult. Brian Ellison's Dream Win is another last time out winner, having scored here over seven furlongs last month, but he is not certain to appreciate the longer trip today. Ed Vaughan's Crystal Feather has been running to a consistent level of form but probably needs some help from the handicapper, while Mel Brittain's Steel Trade remains a maiden after 13 career starts and that run is likely to be extended here as he races off the same mark as when well beaten at Ripon last time. The vote then goes the way of the John Harris-trained Via Mia, who has been performing well in similar races this term but showed an improved effort when a close up third behind Yakama in a handicap at Yarmouth last month and a reproduction of that effort may well suffice.