• 16:20 Wincanton Standard Open Nh Flat Race 2m

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 4.37s
  • Off time: 16:27:16
16:20 Wincanton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Ohio Gold (IRE) 8/1
2nd Five Star Wilsham (IRE) 25/1
3rd Well Refreshed 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 4 BLACK, EMERALD GREEN triple diamond Briefcase (IRE) 35
5 11-4 N A Twiston-Davies T Molloy (3) 9/25.50
2 Royal Blue, Yellow disc, Yellow and Royal Blue halved sleeves, Royal Blue and Yellow hooped cap Cruiseindottravel (IRE)
5 11-4 K Bishop Donal Devereux (5) 20/121.00
3 Emerald green, light blue chevron, chevrons on sleeves Five Star Wilsham (IRE)
6 11-4 J Scott T Siddall 25/126.00
4 Royal Blue, Yellow hoop, Yellow sleeves, Royal Blue spots Just The Job (IRE)
6 11-4 N P Mulholland D C Costello 20/121.00
5 Red, Grey diamond, Grey cap Just Tootsie
6 11-4 R H & Mrs S Alner Giles Hawkins (7) 28/129.00
6 WHITE, large BLACK spots, BLACK cap Ruling Party
5 11-4 A King Wayne Hutchinson 5/16.00
7 6- ROYAL BLUE and YELLOW diamonds, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, RED cap Well Refreshed 341
6 11-4 P Winkworth P Hide 8/19.00
8 Purple, Dark Green cross belts, Yellow sleeves and cap Hill Forts Gloria (IRE)
5 10-11 J W Mullins W P Kavanagh (3) 16/117.00
9 YELLOW, EMERALD GREEN spots and armlets, DARK GREEN cap Ohio Gold (IRE)
4 10-8 C L Tizzard J Tizzard 8/19.00
10 0 Emerald Green and Orange (halved), sleeves reversed, Brown cap Pre Raphaelite (FR) 34
4 10-8 D J S Ffrench Davis Timmy Murphy 10/111.00
11 Light blue, maroon cross belts, white cap Sultan De Touzaine (FR)
4 10-8 Jamie Snowden D A Jacob 22/123.00
12 RED, YELLOW sash, striped sleeves and star on cap Takamaru (FR)
4 10-8 D Pipe J W Farrelly (3) 10/34.33


Hardly anything for us to go in in the opening division of the bumper and we will suggest TAKAMARU to take advantage of the allowances he receives, while Ruling Party and Briefcase are much respected. The last-named is one of just three runners here with public experience and he ran well on that Warwick debut, coming home fourth of 12, and beaten around five lengths. Cut in the ground suits and with the stable going better now he has to be high on the short-list. Ruling Party is another from a yard back in good form, and Alan King has traditionally done well with his bumper runners. This five-year-old was not an expensive purchase, but his dam won hurdles over 2m and 2m 4f in testing ground, and he should have bags of stamina. He looks likely to make a very good acount of himself. Just Tootsie is another related to winners, though it is probably more likely that both he and another eyecatcher, Ohio Gold, may be brought along a little more patiently. The selection, Takamaru, also hails from a yard that does well in this sphere and is a half-brother to several winners, including the top-class Tamarinbleu. He will stay further in time, but this is an ideal starting point. He should handle soft ground and with the age allowance plus an extra 3lbs off his back for having Johnny Farrelly on board, we will side with him.