• 14:10 Collins Seafoods Novices' Hurdle 2m 1f

  • Winner £3,119 2nd £916 3rd £458 4th £229
  • Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 23.50s
  • Off time: 14:12:17
14:10 Sedgefield Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Runswick Royal (IRE) 8/1
2nd Cape Explorer 6/1
3rd Doyly Carte 2/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 129-113 WHITE, large BLACK spots, BLACK cap Doyly Carte 53
5 11-7 D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 123 2/13.00
3 DARK BLUE, large PINK spots, PINK cap Fred Archer (IRE) 557
5 11-2 Mrs S J Smith Ryan Mania 33/134.00
4 White, Royal Blue diamond, Royal Blue and White hooped sleeves, Orange cap Fred Willetts (IRE) 44
5 11-2 D McCain Jnr A P Lane 40/141.00
5 6650/P- Tan, Black and Green hooped sleeves, Red cap Monashee (IRE) 413
8 11-2 G A Charlton Mr A J Findlay (7) 125/1126.00
6 6/9- ROYAL BLUE, RED stars on sleeves, WHITE cap Sohcahtoa (IRE) 31
7 11-2 A Crook Mr A Voy (3) 50/151.00
7 673- RED, WHITE spots, WHITE sleeves, RED seams, RED and WHITE striped cap Special Mix 154
5 11-2 M W Easterby Harry Haynes 66/167.00
8 115/P7 Grey, Orange cross belts and sleeves, Royal Blue cap Piece Of Magic 43
8 10-9 M W Easterby Tony Kelly (5) 100/1101.00
9 Dark green, black and beige diabolo on sleeves, black cap Cape Explorer 119
4 10-7 h B Ellison Danny Cook 6/17.00
10 60 White and red stripes, red and white halved sleeves, red cap Mightavago 75
4 10-7 T D Walford L Heard 150/1151.00
11 192 Emerald Green, Red chevrons, quartered cap Runswick Royal (IRE) 41
4 10-7 Mrs A Hamilton K Renwick 8/19.00
12 23 Black, black and maroon striped cap Three Kingdoms (IRE) 15
4 10-7 v J P Ferguson D F O'Regan 126 11/102.10
Non runners
21120-2Big Water (IRE)511-2G A SwinbankA P McCoy


Musselburgh and Catterick winner Doyly Carte, who was third in a mares' Listed race at Taunton last time, looks the pick of Donald McCain's two runners and should go close, despite the penalties. But she has to give a stone, including weight-for-age allowance, to THREE KINGDOMS. The latter isn't one of John Ferguson's best novices but still boasts some decent form, including a second over course and distance on debut, and should get off the mark today. Cape Explorer won twice on the Flat but is much better on fast ground so a bigger danger may be Big Water, who was second to the smart Duke Of Navan on his hurdles bow and was a useful sort in bumpers last season.