• 17:45 BetVictor Royal Ascot No Lose Hughes Handicap Hurdle 2m 4f 110y

  • Winner £3,379 2nd £992 3rd £496 4th £248
  • Going: Good to Firm, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 54.10s
  • Off time: 17:48:13
17:45 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Get Home Now 10/3
2nd Thegaygardener 5/1
3rd High Ville (IRE) 9/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 213366- White, dark blue cross belts, light blue and white hooped sleeves Thegaygardener 83
Course Winner
5 11-12 Evan Williams Conor Ring (7) 115 5/16.00
2 3F/5519- Black and Pink diabolo, Pink sleeves, Black armlets, Black and Pink quartered cap Vintage Tea 54
Course and Distance Winner
6 11-12 t1 R Woollacott M G Nolan (3) 115 50/151.00
3 7/5237-9 Maroon, Light Blue and Brown hooped sleeves, quartered cap George Woolf 24
5 11-12 t Tim Vaughan R Johnson 115 14/115.00
4 24/01P-2 Maroon, White chevron, White sleeves, Maroon stars, White cap, Maroon star Murcar 17
Distance Winner
8 11-9 bt L Corcoran Donal Fahy 112 25/126.00
5 620/07-4 Black, Orange triple diamond and sleeves, quartered cap Bedouin Bay 13
Distance Winner
6 11-9 b K Bishop Kieron Edgar (7) 112 14/115.00
6 588-211 Mauve, purple triple diamond, armlets and diamond on cap My Lad Percy 24
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
5 11-8 p Miss R Curtis P E Corbett (7) 111 4/15.00
7 5564-1P Red, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets High Ville (IRE) 40
7 11-5 h D Pipe C O'Farrell 108 9/110.00
8 87802-1 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Jewel In The Sun (IRE) 9 (ex7)
Distance Winner
8 11-4 B Haslam A P McCoy 100 9/25.50
9 14/P7-6 WHITE, DARK BLUE sleeves King Caractacus 21
Distance Winner
8 10-13 t Mrs L Hill D Bass 102 50/151.00
10 473-322 Red, Yellow diamond, Red sleeves, Yellow spots, Red cap, Yellow diamond Get Home Now 20
5 10-7 pt P Bowen T J O'Brien 96 10/34.33
11 9-25225 Black and yellow check, diabolo on sleeves Bob Lewis 26
Beaten Favourite
7 10-2 t A Middleton C Poste 91 16/117.00


The second division of this handicap hurdle looks a little more competitive than the first division with several having decent claims. It would be no surprise to see lightly-raced course and distance winner Vintage Tea leaves his Plumpton reappearance well behind while Thegaygardener is capable of running well fresh. Murcar was second at Southwell earlier this month and Get Home Now has been knocking on the door while George Woolf is a danger dropping back in distance. High Ville and penalised Southwell scorer Jewel In the Sun are others worthy of respect but we're loather to desert MY LAD PERCY after back-to-back victories at Worcester and over today's track and trip. Patrick Corbett's claim takes care of a further 6lb weight rise and a hat-trick beckons.