• 17:45 Racing Again On Monday 7th July Handicap1m

  • Winner £3,234 2nd £962 3rd £481 4th £240
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 39.38s
  • Off time: 17:46:31
17:45 Ripon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Border Bandit (USA) 6/4
2nd Al Muheer (IRE) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (6) 23-5009 Light Blue, White hoops, White sleeves, Light Blue stars, Black cap Al Mukhdam 13
Distance Winner
4 9-7 E De Giles P Makin 75 10/111.00
2 (5) 903062 Dark blue, yellow hoop Al Muheer (IRE) 8
Distance Winner
9 9-7 p Mrs R Carr J P Sullivan 75 3/14.00
3 (2) 96-6307 Purple and White diabolo, Purple sleeves, White armlets, Purple cap Shamaheart (IRE) 27
4 9-5 p G A Harker P McDonald 73 10/111.00
4 (3) 633-488 Black and Orange (quartered), Yellow sleeves, Black spots, Yellow cap, Black spots Woody Bay 23
Distance Winner
4 9-5 b1 J G Given G Lee 73 6/17.00
5 (4) 2218-13 White, Light Green seams, sleeves and cap Border Bandit (USA) 6
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 9-1 p Miss Tracy Waggott R Winston 69 6/42.50
7 (8) 37/7-018 Light Blue and Yellow check, Light Blue sleeves and cap Charles De Mille 27
Distance Winner
6 8-8 G M Moore A Elliott 62 12/113.00
8 (7) 0082-75 Royal blue, white star, halved sleeves, royal blue and white hooped cap Janaab (IRE) 24
4 8-7 ct T D Easterby D Allan 61 12/113.00
Non runners
6 (1)4289-63No Quarter (IRE)78-8Miss Tracy WaggottP Pickard62


Ruth Carr has her string in rude health currently and AL MUHEER could be another one for the North Yorkshire yard, having announced a return to form last time when hunting up Eeny Mac at Beverley. The nine-year-old is now 5lb lower than his last winning mark when obliging at Chester a year ago and can post a ninth career success in his 96th race. Tracy Waggott has two solid chances with course and distance winner, Border Bandit, and No Quarter, both of whom have gone well in the past week. They are preferred in that order as the former rates the more consistent of the pair. Al Mukhdam and Woody Bay have claims on the best of their form but both seem to have lost their way of late and are consequently best watched.