• 13:40 Racing Welfare Racehorse Owners 'National Hunt' Novices' Handicap Hurdle2m 6f

  • Winner £2,599 2nd £763 3rd £382 4th £191
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 33.20s
  • Off time: 13:40:28
13:40 Wincanton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Call Me Sir (IRE) 9/2
2nd Be All Man (IRE) 11/2
3rd Typhon De Guye (FR) 13/8


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 214765- Dark blue, pink hoops, chevrons on sleeves, dark blue cap Be All Man (IRE) 261
5 11-12 G L Moore Joshua Moore (3) 105 11/26.50
2 5/900-43 BLACK and WHITE check, YELLOW sleeves, BLACK and WHITE quartered cap Basil Fawlty (IRE) 25
7 11-12 D Pipe P J Brennan 105 5/16.00
3 348-4P Red, Light Blue stars, Yellow cap, Light Blue stars Head Spin (IRE) 7
4 11-8 J W Mullins A Thornton 101 11/112.00
5 70529-P White, Maroon star, White sleeves, Maroon stars, White cap, Maroon star Power Man (IRE) 216
7 11-7 S D Dixon W P Kavanagh (3) 100 10/111.00
6 0-30041 Emerald green and yellow check, emerald green sleeves, yellow armlets, quartered cap Typhon De Guye (FR) 21
5 11-6 M Keighley A P Cawley 99 13/82.62
7 24-6214 ROYAL BLUE, YELLOW sash, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, YELLOW stars, hooped cap Call Me Sir (IRE) 35
Distance Winner
10 11-2 Mrs S Gardner Lucy Gardner (7) 95 9/25.50
8 F4/FPP-5 White, royal blue stars, royal blue and white hooped sleeves, white and royal blue hooped cap Washed Out (IRE) 201
7 10-12 P Rich J M Davies 91 66/167.00
9 0009 Red, Black striped sleeves, White cap Generalise 29
6 10-6 Miss V Williams R T Dunne (3) 85 28/129.00
Non runners
433733-Fortuna Rose611-7J S SmithD A Jacob100


There wouldn't be a great deal between most of these at their best but TYPHON DE GUYE is relatively unexposed and in form, coming here off the back of a first win over a longer trip at Taunton three weeks ago. He can defy a 10lb rise in the weights with Be All Man, Fortuna Rose and Power Man all making their seasonal reappearance. Basil Fawlty's third at Market Rasen last month was his best effort to date while Newton Abbot winner Call Me Sir didn't run badly at Stratford last month but has risen a further pound since.