• 13:25 Weatherbys Bank Juvenile Hurdle2m

  • Winner £2,602 2nd £764 3rd £382 4th £191
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 48.15s
  • Off time: 13:28:00
13:25 Warwick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Pantxoa (FR) 4/9
2nd Omaruru (IRE) 25/1
3rd Jolly Roger (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 1 Orange, Black star, Black and Orange striped sleeves Pantxoa (FR) 124
Distance Winner
3 11-5 A King Wayne Hutchinson 4/91.44
2 37 Dark Green, Red hollow box, armlets and cap Big Talk 17
3 10-12 D G Bridgwater R Greene 20/121.00
3 U Grey, Pink epaulets, quartered cap Claimant (IRE) 6
3 10-12 Miss J R Tooth J E Moore 33/134.00
4 Beige, Maroon Cross of Lorraine and diamond on cap Dragon's Den (IRE) 127
3 10-12 C J Down J M Davies 9/110.00
5 Maroon, Yellow star, Maroon sleeves, Yellow stars, Yellow cap Jolly Roger (IRE) 32
3 10-12 J L Flint R Flint 4/15.00
6 0 Black, Red sash, White sleeves and cap Omaruru (IRE) 31
3 10-12 Mrs P Robeson M Bradburne 25/126.00
7 Black and Beige diabolo, Beige sleeves, Black diamonds, Beige cap, Black diamond Penshurst Lad (IRE) 18
3 10-12 R T Phillips W Marston 66/167.00
8 Emerald green and red check, white sleeves and cap Rigid 21
3 10-12 A W Carroll Lee Edwards (5) 25/126.00
9 Black, maroon sleeves, beige stars, maroon cap, beige star Steely Bird 53
3 10-12 R G Hawker Peter Toole (3) 66/167.00
10 P Dark Blue and Yellow diabolo, striped sleeves, Yellow cap, Dark Blue diamonds Guppy's Girl (IRE) 20
3 10-5 Miss S L Davison A Glassonbury 66/167.00
11 Orange, purple chevron, purple and orange chevrons on sleeves, purple and orange quartered cap If I Were A Boy (IRE) 17
3 10-5 D J S Ffrench Davis Gerard Tumelty 10/111.00


Alan King has a 22% strike-rate with his runners here, one that returns a level-stakes profit, and he can enhance that figure further with PANTXOA. The gelding arrives to make his debut for the yard following a facile Clairefontaine success and although penalised for that the 40/1 quotes about him winning the Triumph Hurdle suggest he may have a class advantage over these. With Guppy's Girl, Big Talk, Omaruru and Claimant having shown little or nothing so far the biggest challenge will surely come from a hurdling debutant, perhaps Rigid. He's a maiden having failed to win on the level but stayed a mile well and could sneak a place along with Dragon's Den, whose two-year-old flat efforts in Ireland advertise the fact he has some ability, while stamina won't be an issue.