• 15:20 Turftv Handicap Chase3m 2f

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 59.50s
  • Off time: 15:20:15
15:20 Warwick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Fourpointone 9/2
2nd Amoreigh (IRE) 6/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 61213-5 Maroon, Yellow triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, Royal Blue and White striped cap Amoreigh (IRE) 27
Distance Winner
11 11-12 p P Bowen T J O'Brien 94 6/17.00
2 514P43 MAROON, YELLOW stars, chevrons on sleeves Gumley Gale 16
Distance Winner
13 11-11 t K Bishop W McCarthy (3) 93 8/19.00
3 314312 Yellow, Royal Blue triple diamond, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Yellow cap, Royal Blue diamond Fourpointone 16
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
7 11-8 M Scudamore T Scudamore 90 9/25.50
4 331P-1P Light Blue, Royal Blue disc, striped sleeves Top Dawn (IRE) 189
Distance Winner
8 11-7 M Sheppard David England 89 9/25.50
5 P94472 EMERALD GREEN and RED (quartered), RED sleeves, EMERALD GREEN stars, RED cap Badger 35
8 11-3 C T Pogson A Pogson (3) 85 9/43.25
6 7UP6-40 Black, White cross belts, Yellow sleeves, Black spots and spots on cap Zimbabwe (FR) 15
Distance Winner
8 10-13 p N J Hawke K Burke (7) 81 7/18.00
7 9PP33/P- Light Blue, Brown disc, Brown and Beige quartered cap Pip Moss 363
13 10-0 J A B Old R Lucey-Butler (3) 67 25/126.00


FOURPOINTONE looks the obvious pick but Gumley Gale and Badger will make sure he has to work for it. A long but successful summer campaign holds the selection in good fettle but that may be beginning to take its toll. Was a winner in good style off a really competitive mark on his penultimate start, which was followed by a battling second last time after not jumping as fluently as normal. He won't mind the cut in the ground here and he races off a rating at which he can still be competitive. Gumley Gale could do with a favour from the assessor whose grip he has found a little tight in recent runs. He is still racing off a mark five pounds higher than his latest win but as his rating has fallen he has started to get back in the mix. Unchanged from his latest when third of 10 and the form from that not standing up he may have too much to do to win but should certainly be within touching distance. Badger is an unexposed eight-year-old, who ran a completive race last time to claim some prize money. The rise of three pounds for that effort may scupper chances of gold here but certainly seems competitive enough to challenge. Too much weight might be the problem for Amoreigh so the selection goes to Fourpointone.