• 15:30 Totescoop6 Millionaire Maker Handicap Hurdle2m

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 24.30s
  • Off time: 15:30:22
15:30 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Take The Breeze (FR) 3/1
2nd Make Haste (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 3740-18 Maroon, Beige star, Dark Green sleeves, Dark Green cap, Beige star Take The Breeze (FR) 56
Distance Winner
6 11-12 P F Nicholls Harry Skelton (5) 130 3/14.00
2 00-170P White and purple diamonds, purple sleeves, white diabolo, white cap, purple diamonds Kings Quay 14
Distance Winner
7 11-11 t J J Quinn Stephen Craine 129 20/121.00
3 23410-8 Red, Dark Blue chevron, Emerald Green sleeves, Yellow and Purple quartered cap Share Option 19
Distance Winner
7 11-6 A W Carroll Lee Edwards (7) 124 25/126.00
4 400-F40 ROYAL BLUE, RED Cross of Lorraine and sleeves, quartered cap Mohayer (IRE) 13
Distance Winner
7 11-5 D McCain Jnr G Lee 123 3/14.00
5 10-366F Black, White stripe and sleeves, Emerald Green cap Smoothly Does It 54
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 10-13 Jim Best R Flint (7) 117 11/43.75
6 5P-026 EMERALD GREEN and YELLOW (quartered), WHITE sleeves and cap Make Haste (IRE) 57
5 10-11 Miss V Williams L Treadwell 115 4/15.00
7 3-1132P Light Blue, Yellow stars, Yellow sleeves, Light Blue stars Picot de Say 19
Distance Winner
7 10-0 C Roberts Donal Devereux (7) 104 10/111.00


Take The Breeze was good value for his win at Sandown in November but an 8lb rise for that success made life more difficult for the Paul Nicholls-trained gelding at Ascot subsequently and, off the same mark again today, he looks best watched with preference for SMOOTHLY DOES IT, who gets the vote over Make Haste. The son of Sadler's Wells should appreciate the drop back in trip today having seemingly not stayed 2m6f at Ascot last time and given the good form of runners from the yard of Venetia Williams, he has to be respected. Don McCain's Mohayer was very disappointing at Musselburgh last time but would have claims on earlier form and he does come from a stable in good heart. Picot De Say has a nice racing weight and could be of interest back over hurdles having been running over fences of late. The vote though goes to Jim Best's Smoothly Does It, who was still there with every chance when falling two out at Hereford last time and, on ground that suits, he looks worth chancing.