• 17:20 Compare Bookies Free Bets At bookmakers.co.uk Handicap Hurdle 2m 4f

  • Winner £2,989 2nd £878 3rd £439 4th £219
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 38.60s
  • Off time: 17:20:06
17:20 Worcester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Jigsaw Financial (IRE) 11/4
2nd Old Pals Act (IRE) 15/8
3rd Bracken House (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 778-422 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Old Pals Act (IRE) 41
Beaten Favourite
5 11-12 p1 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 100 15/82.88
2 06714-2 White, Black cross belts, Yellow sleeves and cap Bracken House (IRE) 24
Distance Winner
6 11-10 pt G McPherson Paul Moloney 98 4/15.00
3 4/P62-PP GREEN, GREY and LEMON striped sleeves, MAROON cap Attrapeur (FR) 52
Distance Winner
9 11-10 M W Easterby Jake Greenall (3) 98 33/134.00
4 34802-6 Maroon and mauve stripes, diabolo on sleeves, quartered cap Sahrati 48
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 11-10 M Blake Tom Cannon 98 9/110.00
5 9P350-3 Emerald Green, Orange stripe, striped sleeves William Hogarth 40
8 11-8 pt W K Goldsworthy R Johnson 96 14/115.00
7 704099- White, red triple diamond, sleeves and star on cap Mia's Anthem (IRE) 90
5 10-11 N C Kelly D R Fox (5) 85 16/117.00
8 36457/4 Red, beige spots on sleeves and cap Himrayn 29
Distance Winner
10 10-9 Mrs A L M King T Messenger 83 25/126.00
9 P/96-751 Emerald Green, White epaulets, diabolo on sleeves, White cap Jigsaw Financial (IRE) 7 (ex7)
Course and Distance Winner
7 10-6 Mrs L J Young Gerard Tumelty 73 11/43.75
10 0/087-7 Yellow, brown cross belts, brown sleeves, yellow armlets, black and red check cap Scheherazadesdream 84
6 10-4 p Jennie Candlish Sean Quinlan 78 66/167.00
Non runners
603-6747Sedgemoor Express (IRE)511-1N J HawkeM J Quinlan89


Old Pals Act didn't help himself at Uttoxeter by hanging badly under pressure and Jonjo O'Neill's five-year-old will need to have improved in the interim as the handicapper has rubbed salt in the wounds by putting him up 5lb for that effort. Jigsaw Financial should have gleaned some confidence for a convincing win in selling company here last week, but we think WILLIAM HOGARTH is worth a closer look at the likely odds. Keith Goldsworthy's gelding drops back in trip having campaigned over three miles and the assessor appears is giving him a chance off a mark some 15lb lower than that which he held a year ago. Bracken House won at Towcester on a faster surface but he's shown an aptitude for cut in the ground and he should be capable of giving another fair account.