• 16:30 Best Racing Blogs On Handicap Chase2m 110y

  • Winner £2,144 2nd £630 3rd £315 4th £157
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 58.60s
  • Off time: 16:30:31
16:30 Towcester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Peak Seasons (IRE) 25/1
2nd Richo 15/2
3rd Crack At Dawn (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 6504P1- Dark Blue and White diabolo, hooped sleeves and cap Henok (FR) 6 (ex7)
Course and Distance Winner
7 12-5 p D Pipe C O'Farrell 98 7/42.75
2 645523- Green, Gold hoop and sleeves, check cap Vosges (FR) 7
Distance Winner
6 11-12 p J Ewart Mr James Smith (7) 98 5/16.00
4 732121- White, Black chevron, Black sleeves, White diamonds, quartered cap Oranger (FR) 18
Distance Winner
11 11-7 b Andrew Martin Mr J Martin (7) 93 6/17.00
5 41441/7- EMERALD GREEN and WHITE diabolo, WHITE cap Crack At Dawn (IRE) 16
Course WinnerDistance Winner
12 11-0 v M Gates Adam Wedge (3) 86 12/113.00
6 424534- Royal blue, emerald green chevrons, royal blue sleeves, quartered cap Owner Occupier 6
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 10-13 b1 C Gordon Tom Cannon 85 9/25.50
7 056P/PP- BLACK and GREY check, GREY sleeves, ORANGE armlets, GREY cap Dream Honours (IRE) 168
10 10-13 Miss C J E Caroe Mr L Kilgarriff (7) 85 50/151.00
9 0/32564- Dark blue, pink chevron, pink sleeves, dark blue stars, dark blue cap, pink star Richo 10
7 10-3 S A Harris T E Whelan (5) 75 15/28.50
10 135430- Emerald Green and White diamonds, Orange sleeves and cap Peak Seasons (IRE) 32
Distance Winner
10 10-0 M C Chapman G J Galligan (10) 68 25/126.00
Non runners
384/U381-Orang Outan (FR)1111-9Miss L HurleyKieron Edgar95
8749/137-Quapriland (FR)910-12N A Twiston-DaviesSam Twiston-Davies84


HENOK finally came good over track and trip six days ago when beating an in-form rival. That will have done his confidence the world of good and, as there's a chance he's still well handicapped, he gets the vote to follow up under a penalty. Oranger has won two of his last three and can't be ignored, though seems better with plenty of give in the ground. Orang Outan was raised 8lb for winning a weak event at Huntingdon but Vosges has shown signs of a revival lately and is thrown in on his best form. He makes more appeal than the disappointing Owner Occupier and Quadripland, who was well beaten at Doncaster after scoring at Folkestone.