Stratford

  • 16:30 Play Captain America Slot At totepool.com Novices' Handicap Chase2m 7f

  • Winner £2,599 2nd £763 3rd £382 4th £191
  • Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 53.30s
  • Off time: 16:30:59
16:30 Stratford Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st What A Good Night (IRE) 7/1
2nd Artic Night (FR) 8/1
3rd Pod 25/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 363338- Yellow, Orange stars, armlets and stars on cap Bincombe 230
Beaten Favourite
5 11-12 P J Hobbs M G Nolan (3) 100 13/27.50
2 606-733 Yellow, dark blue cross belts, yellow sleeves, pink armlets, dark blue and yellow quartered cap What A Good Night (IRE) 29
5 11-3 N A Twiston-Davies Ryan Hatch (7) 91 7/18.00
3 57/695P- Grey and maroon stripes, grey sleeves, maroon armlets Further More (IRE) 208
6 11-2 Miss E C Lavelle Aidan Coleman 90 6/17.00
4 0P8-P51 White, red chevron, diamonds on sleeves Artic Night (FR) 29
Distance Winner
7 11-2 bt N A Twiston-Davies David England 90 8/19.00
5 15/712-0 Red, Light Green cap Bens Moor (IRE) 29
8 11-2 Tim Vaughan Michael Byrne (3) 90 4/15.00
6 8-645F4 REd, white star, emerald green sleeves, red cap, white stars Lucky To Be Alive (IRE) 11
6 11-0 p P Bowen Donal Devereux 88 10/111.00
7 21P3-33 Gold, black hoop, black and gold hooped cap The Goldmeister (IRE) 26
6 10-11 p C E Longsdon N D Fehily 85 10/34.33
8 90/83F5 Yellow, Purple stripe, Purple and Yellow hooped sleeves, striped cap Bobbisox (IRE) 9
8 10-3 A M Hales Killian Moore (5) 77 11/112.00
9 06879-9 Brown, Orange epaulets and star on cap Pod 179
5 10-0 Mrs Caroline Keevil James Best (3)(ex1) 72 25/126.00

Verdict

Artic Night won over hurdles at Worcester last month but stable companion WHAT A GOOD NIGHT possibly has the greater scope. The switch to fences should suit the five-year-old and, with Ryan Hatch taking off 7lb, he can open his account today. Lucky To Be Alive is another likely to improve for tackling fences while The Goldmeister has twice been placed over the larger obstacles at Newton Abbot this summer. Bincombe was often placed over timber but doesn't look particularly well treated here.