• 15:15 Weatherbys Bank Wensleydale Juvenile Novices' Hurdle 2m 110y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 56.10s
  • Off time: 15:15:24
15:15 Wetherby Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Nicky Nutjob (GER) 18/1
2nd Trumpstoo (USA) 3/1
3rd Mohanad (IRE) 5/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 211 Cerise with a White circle, Cerise sleeves and cap Marsool 26
Distance Winner
3 11-4 D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 110 8/19.00
2 31 Dark Green, Royal Blue diamond Mohanad (IRE) 12
Distance Winner
3 11-4 Miss S West J Goldstein 117 5/23.50
3 22F1 ROYAL BLUE, white striped sleeves, check cap Ravati (IRE) 16
Course and Distance Winner
3 11-2 C Grant Miss L Horner 118 5/16.00
4 1 Dark Blue, White hoops, Dark Blue sleeves, Red cap Trumpstoo (USA) 16
Course and Distance Winner
3 11-2 R A Fahey B Hughes 3/14.00
5 21139 BLACK and PINK (quartered), BLACK sleeves, PINK armlets Fongoli 20
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
3 10-13 v B G Powell K Renwick 107 40/141.00
6 362 Royal Blue, Light Blue diamond, armlets and diamond on cap Nicky Nutjob (GER) 15
3 10-12 J Pearce Wayne Hutchinson 106 18/119.00
7 Dark Blue and Orange (quartered), Orange sleeves, Dark Blue stars, Orange cap, Dark Blue star Regal Lyric (IRE) 25
3 10-12 T P Tate K Mercer 8/19.00
8 3211 Dark blue and yellow check, yellow sleeves, dark blue stars, yellow cap, dark blue star Zepnove (IRE) 16
Distance Winner
3 10-11 N B King Alex Merriam 106 7/18.00


Ravati deserved his success over course and distance in a maiden hurdle earlier this month having found one too good in two earlier starts but this represents a step up in class for Chris Grant's gelding and he may not be up to it with a better bet looking to be MARSOOL, who is preferred to Trumpstoo. Richard Fahey's gelding was nothing out of the ordinary on the level but created a favourable impression on his hurdling debut when landing the second division of the maiden hurdle that Ravati won and he has to be respected being open to further improvement. Sheena West's Mohanad won with plenty in hand when successful at Kempton earlier this month and makes more appeal than Jeff Pearce's Nicky Nutjob, who needs to improve on earlier form this term to trouble the judge. Neil King's Zepnove comes into this in great from having won her last two starts at Fontwell and Uttoxeter and she has every chance of completing the hat-trick. A penalty makes this more difficult for the filly though and marginal preference is for Marsool. There was plenty to like about the way that Don McCain's gelding won at Huntingdon last time when following up his earlier success at Newton Abbot and he can win again.