• 12:15 Don't Miss Racing At Catterick Tomorrow Novices' Hurdle 2m 110y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 59.90s
  • Off time: 12:15:28
12:15 Wetherby Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Teenage Idol (IRE) 5/2
2nd Wessex King (IRE) 11/4
3rd Simple Jim (FR) 18/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 879-51 Emerald Green and Black stripes, Emerald Green sleeves, Black cap Wessex King (IRE) 30
Distance Winner
4 11-5 H D Daly M Bradburne 120 11/43.75
2 5 White and Red diabolo, chevrons on sleeves, Red cap Baltic Pathfinder (IRE) 181
4 10-12 Mrs S J Smith H Oliver 14/115.00
5 0-8U Royal Blue, Red epaulets, Dark Blue cap Country Servant (USA) 198
5 10-12 P D Niven B Hughes 150/1151.00
6 6 Pink, Grey cross belts, hooped sleeves, Pink cap Harry The Hawk 14
4 10-12 T D Walford D C Costello 14/115.00
8 76-PB9 Royal Blue, White stars, Royal Blue sleeves and cap Oscar Wild 36
6 10-12 James Moffatt P Aspell 80/181.00
9 5 DARK BLUE and RED (halved), RED sleeves and cap Quinder Spring (FR) 43
4 10-12 Miss Lucinda V Russell P Buchanan 10/111.00
10 56- Yellow, Orange star Simple Jim (FR) 11
4 10-12 A D Brown D J Condon 18/119.00
11 134-2 Black and Beige (halved), chevrons on sleeves, Beige cap Teenage Idol (IRE) 49
Beaten Favourite
4 10-12 J Howard Johnson D F O'Regan 5/23.50
12 8-50 Royal Blue and White stripes, White sleeves, Royal Blue armlets, Royal Blue and White hooped cap The Fabricator (FR) 15
5 10-12 T J Pitt Oliver Williams (7) 50/151.00
13 5 RED, black sash, halved sleeves, black cap Bogside Theatre (IRE) 36
Beaten Favourite
4 10-5 G M Moore F Keniry 5/23.50
Non runners
3Best Lover (FR)610-12J EwartHarry Haynes
4P-PCawarra Red710-12Mrs E M CollinsonMr Richard Collinson
7UF0P/0Minster Lane810-12Joss SavilleD N Cullinane


Wessex King showed improved form when landing a novice hurdle at Taunton last month but Henry Daly's gelding may struggle to follow up under his penalty and a better bet may be TEENAGE IDOL, who gets the vote with Baltic Pathfinder rated the pick of the remainder. The selection made a winning start to his career when landing an Ayr bumper a year ago, ran well in two subsequent starts in Nation Hunt flat races and made an encouraging start to his career over hurdles when finding just Grand Theatre too good at Kelso last month. A reproduction of that form may well suffice for the son of Sadler's Wells. George Moore's Bogside Theatre showed a decent level of form on the flat, earning a rating in the 90s, but ran some way below expectations on his hurdling debut at Kelso last month. It may be too soon to write him off at the winter game so he cannot be discounted and makes more appeal than Quinder Spring. Lucinda Russell's French import was well held on his British debut at Newcastle and he looks best watched. Sue Smith's Baltic Pathfinder should come on for his debut at Uttoxeter back in June and could be of interest but it is hard to get away from Teenage Idol, who should take all the beating.