• 15:45 Saks Wetherby Best Dressed Lady Handicap Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Soft (Home Straight Good plc Back Straight Soft plc)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 10.20s
  • Off time: 15:45:34
15:45 Wetherby Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Crazy Bold (GER) 13/8
2nd Sea Storm (IRE) 10/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 514623- Dark blue, yellow cross belts, hooped sleeves, yellow cap Sea Storm (IRE) 27
Course and Distance Winner
11 11-12 James Moffatt D F O'Regan 114 10/111.00
4 501276- Maroon, Grey Cross of Lorraine Ormus 34
Distance Winner
6 11-6 C R Wilson P Aspell 108 11/112.00
5 9P3P4-2 Pink, Mauve sash and sleeves, White cap Storm Prospect 15
Distance Winner
6 11-2 b Miss Lucinda V Russell P Buchanan 104 8/19.00
7 51130-3 Maroon, Royal Blue star, Maroon sleeves, Royal Blue stars and stars on cap Star Tenor (IRE) 11
Distance Winner
7 10-5 B Leavy Danny Cook (5) 93 5/16.00
8 7/83352- BLACK and WHITE (halved), BLACK sleeves, WHITE armlets, BLACK cap Farne Island 24
6 10-5 Micky Hammond F Keniry 93 11/26.50
9 30P/86-8 Black, White sleeves, Black cap, White diamond Ticket To Freedom (NZ) 14
7 10-4 J J Quinn D C Costello 92 7/18.00
11 7B000-1 Red, Yellow star, Red sleeves, Yellow spots, Red cap, Yellow star Crazy Bold (GER) 7 (ex7)
Distance Winner
6 10-0 A W Carroll Wayne Hutchinson 79 13/82.62
Non runners
282475-3Ameeq (USA)711-11Dr R D P NewlandT Weston113
3481P1-6Danny Zuko (IRE)611-8D McCain JnrJ M Maguire110
6122645-Arisea (IRE)611-0K J BurkeMiss L Horner102
106832U-1Weststern (GER)610-3G L MooreJ E Moore91


Sea Storm deserves to get his head in front having been placed in each of his last two starts but James Moffatt's 11-year-old may be a shade high in the weights for his debut in a handicap and a better bet looks to be WESTSTERN, who is preferred to Crazy Bold. Tony Carroll's gelding was good value for his success in a novices' handicap at Ludlow last week and he has to be respected under a 7lb penalty today but he may find this coming too soon. Lucinda Russell's Storm Prospect ran better at Kelso last time and has every chance off the same mark again today. Micky Hammond's Farne Island has run creditably on the flat of late and returns to hurdles on a fair mark so he is another to be respected, while Ameeq has not won for some time and probably needs some help from the handicapper. In a competitive contest, the vote goes to Gary Moore's Weststern who was value for more than the half length that he won by at Wincanton last time and he is taken to defy the 7lb rise in the weights for that success.