• 15:00 Bathwick Tyres Handicap Chase3m 3f 110y

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


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 7m 0.00s
  • Off time: 15:01:32
15:00 Wincanton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tarquinius (FR) 8/1
2nd Treasulier (IRE) 7/1
3rd Fakima (IRE) 20/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 2443/11- White, pink chevrons and sleeves, royal blue cap Deep Quest 349
10 11-12 t S C Burrough R Greene 114 9/110.00
2 2435-16 Red, Black chevron, Black and Red striped sleeves Triggernometry 16
Course Winner
8 11-11 bt C L Tizzard J Tizzard 113 11/112.00
3 332P-3 Red, purple and red check sleeves Tarquinius (FR) 15
6 11-5 t C J Mann N D Fehily 107 8/19.00
4 12PP5-6 Emerald Green, Brown spots and sleeves, Brown cap, Emerald Green spots Plum Pudding (FR) 26
6 11-4 G R I Smyly E Cookson (7) 106 13/27.50
5 2333-38 Dark Blue and Pink (quartered), Dark Blue sleeves, Pink armlets Newbay Bob 181
9 10-13 p Nick Mitchell Mr R G Henderson (7) 101 11/43.75
6 FP24-47 Royal Blue and Grey diabolo, quartered cap Fine By Me (IRE) 11
10 10-12 p J S Smith Gerard Tumelty (3) 100 10/111.00
7 0P-P079 BLACK and YELLOW HOOPS, black cap, yellow spots Fakima (IRE) 35
11 10-8 A J Martin R Johnson 102 20/121.00
8 231152 Orange, Black triple diamond, chevrons on sleeves Classic Clover 7
Beaten FavouriteCourse WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 10-5 t C L Tizzard Harry Skelton (3) 93 7/24.50
9 5313P/6 Black, Pink triple diamond and diamonds on cap Treasulier (IRE) 8
Course Winner
12 10-5 p R J Hodges Timmy Murphy 93 7/18.00


He may be getting a bit long-in-the-tooth, but DEEP QUEST has relatively few miles on the clock and is taken to win this, while Triggernometry and Classic Clover are both respected from an in-form yard. Colin Tizzard trains the latter pairing, with son Joe up on Triggernometry suggesting that he is the first string. The Double Trigger gelding won here over 3m 2f in April when the ground was good, but although he does act with cut he does tend to produce his best on a sound surface. Although the stable is in fine form he is no good thing. The same came be said of course and distance winner Classic Clover, though he did score here on soft from just 1lb higher last year and with Harry Skelton's claim he may well emerge the best of the pair. Tarquinius handled cut pretty well when third at Chepstow last time, where he jumped well. He appears to have bags of stamina and this extra half mile or so may see improvement. Fakima handles any ground and stays, and although he appears out of form if there is money for him then we should be wary. Treasulier likes it here and with cut underfoot. He should be fitter for his first run after a lengthy absence and has a featherweight to carry, but Deep Quest is the one for us.