• 14:35 Horse Racing Bets With Freebetshere.com Novices' Hurdle3m 1f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Soft, Good in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 26.80s
  • Off time: 14:35:45
14:35 Warwick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Outlaw Tom (IRE) 12/1
2nd Kilbeggan Blade 2/5
3rd Paddy Live (FR) 40/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 20P-111 Royal Blue, Red diamond, Red and Royal Blue diabolo on sleeves, Red cap, Royal Blue diamond Kilbeggan Blade 49
10 12-1 T R George R Flint (5) 141 2/51.40
2 411-6P Red, Yellow Cross of Lorraine and armlets, Black cap Blistering (IRE) 65
Course Winner
6 11-3 A King R Thornton 6/17.00
3 336 MAROON and LIGHT BLUE diabolo, LIGHT BLUE sleeves, quartered cap C'Monthehammers (IRE) 92
6 11-3 N A Twiston-Davies David England 16/117.00
4 U42-06 YELLOW, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, YELLOW cap, ROYAL BLUE star Go All Out (IRE) 16
6 11-3 R T Phillips Wayne Hutchinson 25/126.00
5 5229-9P Dark Blue, Orange chevrons, Dark Blue sleeves, Orange cap Orchard King (IRE) 17
8 11-3 N B King Gerard Tumelty (3) 115 10/111.00
6 4-193 White, Emerald Green chevron, quartered cap Outlaw Tom (IRE) 65
5 11-3 A M Hales W T Kennedy 12/113.00
7 55/41-P Orange, Dark Blue disc, Dark Blue cap Paddy Live (FR) 22
6 11-3 Ian Williams D R Dennis 40/141.00
8 03P0 ORANGE, EMERALD GREEN sash, EMERALD GREEN and WHITE check sleeves and cap Tom O'Tara 126
5 11-3 J Jay M Bradburne 100/1101.00
9 5PP0P Royal Blue, Orange braces Tremolo (IRE) 44
7 11-3 R T Phillips Sean Quinlan (3) 100/1101.00
10 3-633 PINK, black sash, striped sleeves, pink cap, black star All The Fashion (IRE) 38
5 10-10 F Jordan D Crosse 33/134.00
11 80-0P White, red cross belts, sleeves and star on cap Dawn Street 16
6 10-10 A Hollingsworth J M Davies 200/1201.00


KILBEGGAN BLADE has plenty of weight but may still prove too strong for the likes of Blistering and C'monthehammers. Better known as a decent staying chaser, he has successfully exploited his novice status over hurdles with two wins at Towcester where his stamina was brought into play. This track should provide him with a sufficient test and his form leaves him head and shoulders above his rivals. Blistering is an obvious starting point having progressed well in bumpers but he has run poorly on both starts over obstacles and cannot be confidently put forwards as a result. C'monthehammers' debut defeat shouldn't be judged too harshly given the testing conditions; the winner has turned out to be useful and the yard is in better form than it was at the time. Go All Out needs to improve for the longer trip which is what Outlaw Tom did when finishing third at Folkestone but he'll need to improve again in order to open his account whilst Orchard King will need to recapture the best of last season's form if he's to make the frame. The weight concession and differing nature of the track are possible negatives but it's difficult to look beyond Kilbeggan Blade.