• 15:50 Jodie Mogford 18 Years A True Professional Mares' Novices' Hurdle2m

  • Winner £2,534 2nd £744 3rd £372 4th £186
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 53.70s
  • Off time: 15:50:18
15:50 Worcester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Young Victoria 7/2
2nd Ma Toolan (IRE) 3/1
3rd Faith Jicaro (IRE) 4/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 3127 Orange, Maroon sash Faith Jicaro (IRE) 25
Course and Distance Winner
5 11-3 A Hobbs Donal Fahy 108 4/15.00
2 Pale Blue, Campbell Tartan hooped sleeves, Yellow cap Astragal 63
4 10-10 S Lycett Sam Twiston-Davies 50/151.00
3 1849/ Black, Emerald Green sleeves, Black cap, Emerald Green spots Brukirk Lass 1079
7 10-10 M Keighley Daniel Hiskett (7) 33/134.00
4 201-5 Emerald green and black stripes, yellow cap Chilworth Screamer 18
4 10-10 t1 C Gordon Tom Cannon (3) 40/141.00
5 U2 Black and pink (quartered), maroon sleeves and cap Deceptive 17
4 10-10 P R Webber D Elsworth 6/17.00
6 84620- White, large Orange spots, Orange cap June French (FR) 194
4 10-10 Ian Williams Jimmy McCarthy 25/126.00
7 41U3 Pink, emerald green triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves, emerald green cap Ma Toolan (IRE) 58
Distance Winner
5 10-10 D M Loughnane R Thornton 3/14.00
8 50- Dark Blue, Red hoop, collar and spots on Black cap Moonlight Maggie 243
5 10-10 T R George Aodhagan Conlon (5) 50/151.00
9 6 Dark green, grey stripe Realta Mo Croi (IRE) 10
4 10-10 N P Mulholland Michael Byrne (5) 100/1101.00
10 Black, Orange disc, Black sleeves, Orange spots and spots on cap Silver Threepence 121
4 10-10 R Brotherton David England (7) 200/1201.00
11 Mauve, pink seams, mauve sleeves, pink star on cap Social Realism (IRE) 330
4 10-10 Jonjo O'Neill R P McLernon 20/121.00
12 244- Light blue and maroon diamonds, maroon sleeves, light blue armlets Toot Sweet (IRE) 188
5 10-10 H D Daly R Johnson 6/17.00
13 123/0- Royal Blue, Rust and White stripes sleeves, Black cap Young Victoria 314
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 10-10 R Lee C Poste 7/24.50


Ma Toolan makes plenty of appeal here having bounced back from unseating her rider behind Faith Jicaro over C&D in August to finish third over a longer trip to Quinsman at Bangor. DECEPTIVE suffered the same fate in that race but left that running behind when chasing home Dubai Glory at Huntingdon. That may turn out to have been a decent effort and she can go one better today. Young Victoria is almost certainly better than she showed when tailed off at Exeter on her hurdles bow while Toot Sweet had decent form in bumpers last season and is another to consider. The market will be the best guide to the readiness of Jonjo O'Neill's newcomer Social Realism, though she was a winner on the Flat in her native France.