• 16:00 Paxtons Use Signal Telecom For Communications Handicap Chase2m 4f

  • Winner £3,769 2nd £1,107 3rd £553 4th £277
  • Going: Good (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 47.15s
  • Off time: 16:00:14
16:00 Sedgefield Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Riskier 4/1
2nd Attycran (IRE) 13/2
3rd Sparkling Tara 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 03238-2 ROYAL BLUE and WHITE (quartered), BLACK and WHITE striped sleeves and cap Montoya's Son (IRE) 13
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
8 11-12 t Tim Vaughan Mr B Gibbs (7) 120 11/26.50
2 456F4-4 Emerald green, red cross belts, red and emerald green hooped sleeves, red cap Regal D'estruval (FR) 12
8 11-12 h Dr R D P Newland T J O'Brien 120 7/18.00
3 54016-3 Purple, pink star, pink and purple chevrons on sleeves, pink cap, purple star Fred Bojangals (IRE) 12
Course WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
11 11-7 Mrs B Butterworth Sean Quinlan 115 18/119.00
4 09/3242- Grey, red cap, grey diamond Twentypoundluck (IRE) 22
Beaten Favourite
8 11-4 p P Griffin J Reveley 112 3/14.00
5 998854- RED, WHITE chevron and armlets, striped cap The Panama Kid (IRE) 41
Course WinnerDistance Winner
9 11-4 b J M Jefferson Harry Haynes 112 17/29.50
6 132361- MAROON, WHITE hooped sleeves Riskier 23
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-4 J Wade B Hughes 112 4/15.00
7 2426PU- DARK BLUE, large PINK spots, PINK cap Sparkling Tara 20
8 10-11 Mrs S J Smith Ryan Mania 105 10/111.00
8 1PP718- Black, Red stars, hooped sleeves and star on cap Strobe 20
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 10-6 p Mrs L B Normile D C Costello 100 33/134.00
9 P42P0-3 Dark Green, Yellow diamond on body and cap, Yellow sleeves, Dark Green armlets Attycran (IRE) 12
8 10-3 t M A Barnes M J McAlister 97 13/27.50


Southwell runner-up Montoya's Son and REGAL D'ESTRUVAL have both travelled a fair way to tackle this and the latter can come out on top having got taken off his feet by Australia Day at Taunton earlier this month. The longer trip here is in his favour and Richard Newland has him on a decent mark now. Irish raider Twentypoundluck is still a maiden under Rules but shouldn't be far away again while Riskier came back to form at Newcastle last month and is a former course and distance winner. So are Fred Bojangals and Strobe, though both still look a shade high in the weights, while Sparkling Tara has rather lost his way.