• 16:00 Ladbrokes Selling Handicap Hurdle2m 7f

  • Winner £1,949 2nd £572 3rd £286 4th £143
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 38.50s
  • Off time: 16:00:33
16:00 Worcester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Transfer 4/1
2nd Tin Pot Man (IRE) 7/1
3rd Banks Road (IRE) 25/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
2 7/UP639 Red, Grey sleeves, Emerald Green cap Banks Road (IRE) 29
8 11-12 G Deacon M D Grant 90 25/126.00
3 40/3-734 Royal Blue, White cap, Royal Blue spots Transfer 13
8 11-10 R J Price A P McCoy 88 4/15.00
4 FP9-93R Yellow, Mauve epaulets, striped sleeves and cap Magical Treasure 10
9 11-9 t S Kerswell R Mahon 87 25/126.00
5 UP04-86 Brown, beige hoop, beige sleeves, brown stars Tin Pot Man (IRE) 130
7 11-7 t Evan Williams Paul Moloney 85 7/18.00
6 23PP6/P Pink, Light Blue armlets No Regrets (FR) 13
12 11-4 Mrs A Clarke R Thornton 82 33/134.00
7 0/9PP4P- Royal Blue, Yellow star, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets Presenting Dr T (IRE) 167
7 11-4 H Chisman Charlie Deutsch (7) 82 33/134.00
8 600/02P- Dark Blue, Light Blue hoop, hooped sleeves, striped cap Ledbury Star (IRE) 174
7 11-2 M Sheppard C Poste 80 8/19.00
9 35/0-008 Emerald Green and White (quartered), diamonds on sleeves Hadron Collider (FR) 43
8 11-1 p C Nenadich R T Dunne (3) 79 16/117.00
11 55-3245 Light blue, red braces, sleeves and star on cap Thomas Bell (IRE) 27
Course Winner
9 10-8 J G M O'Shea Ciaran McKee (7) 72 7/24.50
13 3-55373 White, Black cross belts, Yellow sleeves and cap Paddysparks (IRE) 30
9 10-3 p Henry Oliver P J Brennan 67 5/16.00
14 4U5775 Black, yellow chevrons, checked sleeves, quartered cap Potters Dream (IRE) 9
7 10-3 t F O'Brien A P Cawley 67 10/111.00
15 PF-8FP8 Red, white star, diabolo on sleeves and star on cap Pennant Dancer 9
6 10-0 pt Mrs D A Hamer Donal Devereux 64 33/134.00
Non runners
1000113Hail Tiberius612-0M KeighleyT Siddall78
108F80-57Ilewin Kim710-11G BrownSam Twiston-Davies75
124P-8757Bob Will (IRE)810-5Tim VaughanMichael Byrne69


This looks a very poor seller and it's a surprise to see Hail Tiberius entered as he's been in winning form in better company lately. He was engaged to run at Towcester yesterday and would be carrying an extra penalty if successful. Thomas Bell also has his sights lowered but is still a maiden over hurdles at the age of nine and Transfer is more interesting having finished fourth under McCoy over track and trip at the end of last month. TIN POT MAN has a much higher mark over fences and will appreciate the drop in grade. He gets a tentative vote to come out best on his reappearance as none of the others make much appeal.