• 15:00 Hilton Hotels In The Midlands Handicap Chase3m

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 20.40s
  • Off time: 15:00:45
15:00 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Bennys Well (IRE) 3/1
2nd Always Bold (IRE) 9/2
3rd Kilcascan 7/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 592-582 Dark Blue, White sash, White cap Quinder Spring (FR) 22
Course WinnerDistance Winner
9 11-12 p Miss Lucinda V Russell Grant Cockburn (7) 99 13/27.50
2 0-42356 Beige, Maroon stars Always Bold (IRE) 25
Course WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-11 v M Keighley Ian Popham 98 9/25.50
3 18PU5-2 BLACK, WHITE sleeves, YELLOW cap Brousse En Feux (FR) 59
Course Winner
10 11-8 vt N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 95 12/113.00
4 342-257 Maroon, Grey and Maroon hooped sleeves and cap Ifonlyalfie 74
Distance Winner
8 11-5 bt C C Bealby T Messenger 92 14/115.00
5 23U24-4 Emerald Green, Black cross belts, Yellow sleeves and cap Kilcascan 11
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 11-1 Mrs R Gasson Benjamin Poste (5) 88 7/24.50
6 390/83F Yellow, Purple stripe, Purple and Yellow hooped sleeves, striped cap Bobbisox (IRE) 60
8 10-12 A M Hales Killian Moore (5) 85 16/117.00
7 5P4-166 Emerald green, yellow braces and armlets, check cap Indian Citizen (IRE) 119
Course and Distance Winner
6 10-8 h A J Whiting D C Costello 81 9/25.50
8 89P-P02 Yellow, Maroon braces Bennys Well (IRE) 11
7 10-0 Mrs S J Smith Jonathan England (5) 70 3/14.00


Bennys Well is 3lb out of the handicap but faced a stiffer task over track and trip 11 days ago and still only found one too good. He has the beating of Kilcascan on the form book and shouldn't be far away again. Quinder Spring came back to form at Perth last month but has gone up in the weights again since while Brousse En Feux was only beaten a nose at Worcester on her reappearance, though has struggled to stay this far in the past. There are no stamina concerns surrounding ALWAYS BOLD and recent rain is also a plus. Martin Keighley's stayer, second over course and distance in July, will probably never get a better chance to break his duck over fences.