• 14:20 3663 Conditional Jockeys' Maiden Hurdle2m 4f 110y

  • Winner £2,209 2nd £649 3rd £324 4th £162
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 56.50s
  • Off time: 14:20:23
14:20 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Benefit Of Youth (IRE) 6/5
2nd Je T'aime (IRE) 3/1
3rd Piper Hill (IRE) 22/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 PRPF/P7- Black and red check, black sleeves, red stars Alfinski 423
8 11-0 C A Mulhall Jake Greenall 200/1201.00
2 P6U-147 Purple, yellow hoop, hooped sleeves, yellow cap Are They Your Own (IRE) 29
5 11-0 F O'Brien Nick Slatter (3) 20/121.00
3 222F33- Red, black disc, checked sleeves Benefit Of Youth (IRE) 203
6 11-0 Tim Vaughan Michael Byrne (3) 110 6/52.20
4 834- Grey, dark blue braces Fighter Jet 105
5 11-0 A King Killian Moore 4/15.00
5 0-37 Dark blue, yellow cross belts, hooped cap Imperial Legacy 14
5 11-0 pt Miss J S Davis Jack Savage (10) 66/167.00
6 41/70- White, Royal Blue diamond, Royal Blue and White hooped sleeves, Orange cap Piper Hill (IRE) 356
Beaten Favourite
5 11-0 T Coyle Jack Quinlan 22/123.00
7 2-57 White, yellow chevron, black sleeves, black and yellow quartered cap Solo Jugadores 41
5 11-0 R C Guest Brendan Powell 12/113.00
8 6 Maroon, yellow seams and sleeves, hooped cap The Kings Assassin (IRE) 14
5 11-0 C Gordon Tom Cannon (3) 28/129.00
9 7576- Emerald green, white braces, checked sleeves and cap Genes Quest 152
6 10-7 M Appleby Thomas Garner (3) 80/181.00
10 3-32 Dark blue, pink epaulets, pink cap, dark blue spots Je T'aime (IRE) 36
4 10-4 D McCain Jnr James Cowley (8) 3/14.00


Benefit Of Youth has posted some solid form over longer trips but as we haven't seen him on a racecourse since Boxing Day, we reluctantly look elsewhere and side with ARE THEY YOUR OWN. Fergal O'Brien's five-year-old had a fairly inauspicious career between the flags though he showed plenty of guile to make all at Newton Abbot on his debut under Rules. Fighter Jet didn't see the racecourse when trained by Ed McMahon and has given plenty of time by Alan King. Piper Hill has left Donald McCain to join Tony Coyle. He looked a serious prospect when trained in Ireland having won what appeared to be a particularly hot bumper at Thurles. Je T'aime is set to represent McCain on this occasion. Though in receipt of all the allowances, the punters could be somewhat cautious about the filly as she was turned over at very short odds on debut at Catterick.