• 19:30 Towcester Tea Rooms 10th Anniversary Mares' Maiden Hurdle2m 5f

  • Winner £2,053 2nd £598 3rd £299
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 31.30s
  • Off time: 19:30:54
19:30 Towcester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mrs Peachey (IRE) 6/4
2nd Polly Hopper 12/1
3rd Fair Bramble 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 00/006-P Emerald Green and Orange (halved), striped sleeves and cap Arrowmint 12
7 10-12 N J Pomfret T E Whelan (5) 76 150/1151.00
2 5F1/239- Pink, maroon hoops, dark blue sleeves, pink and maroon quartered cap Bebinn (IRE) 26
6 10-12 p1 B I Case D A Jacob 103 5/16.00
3 44- Yellow, Green striped sleeves, Yellow cap Boracha (IRE) 19
5 10-12 J W Mullins A Thornton 25/126.00
6 3/452- DARK BLUE, YELLOW cross belts, collar and cuffs, striped cap Fair Bramble 31
7 10-12 O Sherwood L P Aspell 102 7/24.50
7 5/F998- Black, white sleeves and cap Lillybrook (IRE) 75
7 10-12 N A Twiston-Davies Ryan Hatch (7) 33/134.00
8 314562- Royal blue, red sleeves, royal blue spots, red cap Mrs Peachey (IRE) 71
6 10-12 K C Bailey J M Maguire 109 6/42.50
9 70- Dark Blue and White stripes, White sleeves, Yellow cap Myetta 181
5 10-12 Mrs L Richards M Goldstein 100/1101.00
11 45- BLACK, WHITE sleeves, YELLOW cap Polly Hopper 20
7 10-12 t1 N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 12/113.00
12 0834- Light Blue, White hoops and armlets Rose Red 30
6 10-12 B R Summers James Best (3) 50/151.00
13 F13U4/3- Yellow, Black spots, Yellow sleeves, Light Green armlets, Light Blue cap Tea Caddy 32
7 10-12 Jamie Snowden T J O'Brien 114 9/25.50
Non runners
4546802-Combustible Kate (IRE)710-12N KentHarry Haynes101
5226244-Double Silver610-12F O'BrienP J Brennan105
10907/8-Polarity710-12G P EnrightJ E Moore
1436/545-The Wicked Kipper510-12M KeighleyIan Popham


Double Silver has gone close on a few occasions over hurdles and fences and should be thereabouts again. Chepstow runner-up Fair Bramble appears to be on an upward curve while there is probably more to come from Wincanton third Tea Caddy. Bebinn was well beaten at Cheltenham last time but had shown promise here and at Plumpton earlier, though may struggle to get the better of MRS PEACHEY. Her second to Lord Grantham in a handicap at Huntingdon in March has worked out well with the winner being placed twice in better company since. Combustible Kate was only beaten a short-head at Market Rasen last month but is more exposed than most.