• 14:45 Totel Solutions Maiden Hurdle2m 4f 110y

  • Winner £1,886 2nd £554 3rd £277 4th £138
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 47.40s
  • Off time: 14:45:23
14:45 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st He's A Hawker (IRE) 50/1
2nd Franklino (FR) 3/1
3rd Baan (USA) 9/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 625- Turquoise, Black striped sleeves, White cap Baan (USA) 112
8 11-0 J M P Eustace Stevie Sanders (10) 110 9/110.00
2 5 RED, BLACK disc and sleeves Big Ed 27
5 11-0 Mrs Caroline Bailey A Thornton 16/117.00
3 P/5P2-13 Black, grey spots on sleeves and cap Dot Or Feather (IRE) 56
6 11-0 Ian Williams P J Brennan 9/110.00
4 314P-25 Royal Blue, Red cross belts and sleeves, Red and Royal Blue hooped cap He's A Hawker (IRE) 16
Distance Winner
6 11-0 b M Mullineaux B J Toomey (5) 50/151.00
5 Red, White triple diamond and armlets, Yellow cap Keenes Day (FR) 274
6 11-0 Mrs S Leech Paul Moloney 9/110.00
6 96 Green, Chocolate striped sleeves, Chocolate cap Quotidian 39
6 11-0 P R Webber W T Kennedy 66/167.00
7 2B ROYAL BLUE, BEIGE hoop Rangefinder 16
7 11-0 A Crook B Hughes 7/24.50
8 2U/532- Yellow and White stripes, Yellow sleeves and cap Redbridge Flyer (IRE) 167
7 11-0 P J Hobbs R Johnson 115 5/23.50
9 0- Light blue, purple armlets Total Effects (IRE) 378
7 11-0 Mrs A L M King Gerard Tumelty 100/1101.00
10 72425-4 Royal Blue, White hoops, Maroon sleeves and cap Franklino (FR) 41
Beaten Favourite
4 10-10 b1 A King R Thornton 110 3/14.00
11 07 Dark Green, Maroon cross belts, Dark Green sleeves, Yellow armlets, Dark Green and Maroon quartered cap Dalarna (IRE) 19
5 10-7 Miss M E Rowland A Pogson 100/1101.00
12 80- Black, Mauve stars on sleeves and cap Doyen Diva 106
4 10-3 p1 Miss A M Newton-Smith Jimmy Derham (3) 100/1101.00


Franklino has had plenty of chances and it's not certain that first-time blinkers will have the desired effect on Alan King's four-year-old. Baan and Redbridge Flyer would have been interesting had they had a recent run but it must be worth giving another chance to RANGEFINDER, who had a good strike rate on the Flat and was a promising second on his hurdling debut over an inadequate trip at Kelso. Still travelling well when brought down at Aintree earlier this month, he has more scope than the majority of these. Keenes Day was a winning stayer on the level for Mark Johnston but is probably best watched on his debut for Sophie Leech here after a spell on the sidelines.