• 16:20 Totel Solutions One Net Maiden Hurdle 2m 4f

  • Winner £1,779 2nd £519 3rd £259
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 56.70s
  • Off time: 16:20:16
16:20 Worcester Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Wilton Milan (IRE) 7/4
2nd Dunlough Bay (IRE) 25/1
3rd Heronry (IRE) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 36/2101- White, Black sleeves and collar, White cuffs, hooped cap Ballincurrig (IRE) 187
6 11-0 C E Longsdon Miss G Andrews (5) 9/25.50
2 Black, black and maroon striped cap Cayman Islands 421
4 11-0 J P Ferguson D F O'Regan 16/117.00
4 78/6245- Light blue, red cross belts, light blue sleeves, red stars Dunlough Bay (IRE) 242
6 11-0 P R Webber D Elsworth 25/126.00
5 6-44557 EMERALD GREEN and WHITE diabolo, WHITE cap Handsome Buddy (IRE) 13
5 11-0 M Gates Nico de Boinville (7) 100/1101.00
6 1 Black, white hoops, white sleeves, black stars, light green cap Heronry (IRE) 140
4 11-0 N J Henderson A Tinkler 3/14.00
7 3233P3- Maroon, White epaulets, Dark Blue sleeves, White cap, Dark Blue star Majorica King (FR) 199
Beaten Favourite
6 11-0 O Sherwood Thomas Garner (7) 115 5/16.00
8 9-0 Royal blue and emerald green diabolo, pink sleeves and cap Marico (FR) 13
4 11-0 T Symonds Felix de Giles 125/1126.00
9 721-69 Dark blue, emerald green star, white sleeves, emerald green stars, dark blue cap, emerald green stars Ron 17
4 11-0 Jonjo O'Neill R P McLernon 40/141.00
10 21/57- Yellow, Red diamond, chevrons on sleeves, Red cap Sertao (FR) 209
6 11-0 P Bowen J M Maguire 18/119.00
11 1- YELLOW, BLACK chevron, check cap Wilton Milan (IRE) 213
4 11-0 P F Nicholls R Walsh 7/42.75
Non runners
32413/Cornish Ice811-0R DickinH Oliver


Ballincurrig bolted up in a Southwell bumper in April and has already won between the flags. But this looks a fairly hot maiden hurdle with both Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls having decent prospects in the line-up. The former runs Heronry, who justified shorts odds on his racecourse debut in a Fontwell bumper in June, but we prefer WILTON MILAN. A wide-margin winner of a point-to-point at Monksgrange in March, he cost new connections a pretty penny after that and they'll want to start recouping his purchase price sooner rather than later. Majorica King has been placed in five of his six starts over hurdles but lacks a bit of scope now while Cayman Islands and bumper winners Ron and Sertao are best watched at present.