• 20:10 Building Management Solutions Integrators Handicap5f 10y

  • Winner £4,205 2nd £1,251 3rd £625 4th £313
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 2.46s
  • Off time: 20:11:08
20:10 Windsor Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st West Coast Dream 11/10
2nd Macdillon 9/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (2) 620045 Yellow, purple stars, diamonds on sleeves, yellow cap, purple diamond West Coast Dream 3
5 9-12 R Brotherton I Mongan 82 11/102.10
2 (6) 07-0009 White, Emerald Green hoop, Emerald Green sleeves, White armlets, Red and Emerald Green quartered cap Star Rover (IRE) 9
Distance Winner
5 9-8 P D Evans Nathan Sweeney (5) 78 10/111.00
3 (1) 100644 PINK, BLACK epaulets and diamond on cap Haadeeth 10
Distance Winner
5 9-7 P D Evans Matt Cosham (3) 77 18/119.00
4 (4) 581813 Light Blue, Yellow seams, sleeves and cap Billy Red 9
Distance Winner
8 9-5 b J R Jenkins F Sweeney 75 5/16.00
5 (3) 395-897 Dark Blue, White spots, White cap Macdillon 32
Distance Winner
6 9-1 W S Kittow L P Keniry 71 9/25.50
6 (5) 31-072 Orange, Black stars on sleeves, Black cap, Orange star Knocker Knowles (IRE) 28
Distance Winner
3 9-0 P D Evans Catherine Gannon 75 11/26.50


David Evans seems determined to take home the lion's share of the prize money here, saddling half the field. Star Rover is potentially well treated but woefully out of form while Haadeeth never figured in a Folkestone claimer 10 days ago. The best of the trio, therefore, may be the three-year-old Knocker Knowles as he only found an in-form rival too strong over C&D last month. The handicapper has taken a bit of a chance with MACDILLON, however, as he's had excuses in all three starts this year and is now a couple of pounds lower than when winning a more competitive affair at Sandown at this time last year. He gets the nod as this trip stretches the stamina of Billy Red so West Coast Dream is preferred of the others.