• 15:50 Market Cross Jewellers Handicap1m 2f

  • Winner £2,588 2nd £770 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 3.93s
  • Off time: 15:53:43
15:50 Redcar Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Morocco 9/2
2nd Jonny Lesters Hair (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (8) 100/8-73 Royal Blue, Red chevrons, White and Red striped sleeves, Red and White quartered cap Rock Supreme (IRE) 34
4 10-0 M Dods P Mulrennan 74 4/15.00
2 (10) 4091/26 DARK BLUE, LIGHT BLUE stars, striped sleeves, LIGHT BLUE cap, DARK BLUE star Spes Nostra 60
5 9-11 T D Barron R Winston 71 15/28.50
3 (4) 140734 Yellow and White (quartered), Yellow sleeves, White armlets, Yellow cap Gold Show 15
Distance Winner
4 9-8 E W Tuer T Eaves 68 6/17.00
5 (6) 1405-77 Grey and orange diamonds, orange sleeves and cap Buster Brown (IRE) 60
Distance Winner
4 9-7 J G Given D Swift 67 7/24.50
6 (1) 30-1365 Royal Blue, White spots Discay 13
4 9-7 M Johnston Liam Jones 67 9/25.50
7 (5) 075825 Dark green, yellow hollow box and star on cap Morocco 26
4 9-6 D O'Meara D Tudhope 66 9/25.50
8 (2) 809-077 Yellow, Red disc, Yellow sleeves, Red stars, Red cap Jonny Lesters Hair (IRE) 64
Distance Winner
8 9-3 T D Easterby D Allan 63 12/113.00
Non runners
4 (7)224137Day of Destiny (IRE)89-8J G GivenP Makin68
9 (9)73/700-Nakuru Breeze (IRE)48-9Suzzanne FranceD Fentiman55
10 (3)228-7Vicky Valentine38-6A C WhillansP McDonald62


Discay cannot be discounted with the Mark Johnston yard in such outstanding shape in what rates an open contest. The ex-Gosden inmate, Morocco, has yet to sparkle for David O'Meara and looks inconsistent, whilst Day Of Destiny looks best of the Given pair but landed his sole success on fibresand. Gold Show delivered a couple of poor performances in the midst of four solid efforts and will definitely benefit from the return to this trip after a one-paced fourth behind Robert The Painter over 1m last time at Beverley. He could be the one on the best of his form but SPES NOSTRA is preferred. The Barron charge was off for 17 months before finishing a fine second to Karaka Jack at Hamilton, after which he looked ill at ease next time at Musselburgh. He's clearly had his problems and probably 'bounced' the last day but boasts strong credentials at his best. Rock Supreme, better last time, is not ruled out off topweight.