• 15:10 Novices' Hurdle2m 1f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Soft, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 25.19s
  • Off time: 15:10:50
15:10 Bangor-on-Dee Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Thumbs Up 2/1
2nd Sahrati 3/1
3rd Wine 'n Dine 33/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 36-110 Yellow, Royal Blue seams, Grey sleeves, Royal Blue seams, Royal Blue cap Thumbs Up 18
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
4 11-12 D McCain Jnr Paul Benson (5) 130 2/13.00
2 55715B Royal blue and white check, royal blue sleeves Semi Detached (IRE) 29
Course and Distance Winner
6 11-5 J W Unett M Bradburne 104 12/113.00
3 34/078 Royal Blue, Red triple diamond, sleeves and cap Adare (GER) 158
6 10-12 R Brotherton Matthew Batchelor 84 250/1251.00
4 Dark Blue and Maroon (quartered), White sleeves Art Deco (IRE) 167
6 10-12 C R Egerton A P McCoy 3/14.00
5 9438-0 Pink, Dark Blue stars and armlets Decent Lord (IRE) 7
5 10-12 Jennie Candlish A O'keeffe 100/1101.00
6 MAROON, WHITE hooped sleeves Emirate Isle 383
5 10-12 J Wade P Kinsella 50/151.00
7 097 Emerald green, orange hoops, white cap Kilshannig (IRE) 12
4 10-12 t Jonjo O'Neill N D Fehily 40/141.00
8 3101- Dark Blue, Lilac sleeves, Lilac and White quartered cap Lightening Rod 211
Distance Winner
4 10-12 M W Easterby Mr O Greenall (3) 7/18.00
9 8 Yellow, Brown sash, hooped sleeves and cap No Money For Honey (IRE) 173
7 10-12 Mrs A L M King T Scudamore 250/1251.00
10 Grey, Pink epaulets, quartered cap Sahrati 84
5 10-12 A King Wayne Hutchinson 3/14.00
11 Dark Blue, Grey triple diamond Uncle Bertie 40
4 10-12 Tim Vaughan Dean Coleman (5) 18/119.00
12 6 Red, Black hoop and armlets, Red cap, White star Wine 'n Dine 8
4 10-12 B J Llewellyn D A Jacob 33/134.00


A decent novices' contest here where ART DECO is preferred to Sahrati and Thumbs Up. The last-named has to concede weight away all around after wins both here and at Aintree in the spring, and although he was well beaten on his seasonal return he likely to strip fitter for it and is not written off. Sahrati has a flat rating of 86, entitling him to plenty of respect on his hurdling introduction. Alan King will have him well prepared and he acts with juice in the ground, so we expect a bold showing. Kilshannig was also rated in the 80s on the level in Ireland and has the stamina for this as a 1m 3f Dundalk winner. Although he is unproven in conditions, being by Galileo he should act in them and can go well. Uncle Bertie is a former Neil Vaughan inmate who has switched to Tim Vaughan after just one run for Tom Dascombe. He is not guaranteed to get home in this ground. All of that leaves us with Art Deco. Charlie Egerton has had few runners lately for us to gauge the form of his stable, but soft ground suits and he stays at least 10 furlongs on the flat, where with a rating of 105 when last seen, he may just have too much class for this lot.