Market Rasen

  • 14:10 Tom Halliday Memorial Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle2m 4f 139y

  • Winner £4,874 2nd £1,431 3rd £716 4th £450
  • Going: Good (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 11.90s
  • Off time: 14:10:49
14:10 Market Rasen Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Montys Angel (IRE) 5/4
2nd Grand Enterprise 11/2
3rd Alltimegold (IRE) 9/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 422/085- White, dark blue chevron, diabolo on sleeves and star on cap Ossie's Dancer 76
Distance Winner
10 11-12 Martin Smith Jonjo O'Neill Jr. 104 7/18.00
2 2-11121 Black and pink stripes, hooped sleeves, black cap Alltimegold (IRE) 31
6 11-12 pt Tim Vaughan Charlie Price (6) 104 9/43.25
3 U23343- Scarlet, gold star, gold stars on sleeves, gold collar and cuffs, gold star on purple cap Montys Angel (IRE) 89
9 11-11 t D Skelton William Marshall (8) 103 5/42.25
4 5847P-P Light Blue, Pink stars, armlets and stars on cap Baile Liam (IRE) 41
6 11-5 v1 M Walford Thomas Dowson 97 16/117.00
5 P/8344P- Pink, Black disc, armlets and cap Wells Gold (IRE) 293
8 10-11 Sara Ender Sam Coltherd 89 50/151.00
6 0-70530 Yellow, dark green star, dark green cap Realta Dawn (IRE) 12
7 10-7 Christian Williams Richard Patrick 85 14/115.00
8 PP-0672 Royal Blue and Yellow stripes, White sleeves Grand Enterprise 13
9 10-6 pt H Hogarth C Brace (3) 84 11/26.50
9 356U-P7 Yellow and emerald green check, yellow sleeves, emerald green armlets, emerald green cap Roberttown Rose (IRE) 30
6 10-0 p A Crook C J Todd (5) 69 40/141.00
10 55/7PP-6 EMERALD GREEN and RED check, hooped sleeves and cap Sirius Star 30
Course and Distance Winner
10 10-0 B Rothwell Lorcan Murtagh 64 66/167.00
Non runners
7065800-Dan Gun (IRE)510-7F O'BrienC Brace85


Alltimegold has been a real money-spinner for the Tim Vaughan operation this season and continued winning ways when reverting to hurdles last time to take advantage of a far lower mark than he inhabits over fences. He remains 9lb lower over the smaller obstacles and has a clear chance once again. Nevertheless we'll take him on with a 9-y-o mare who has yet to win in nine starts over timber in MONTYS ANGEL. She houses some reasonable Irish form and now has a first start since moving to the Skelton yard which is renowned for eliciting significant improvement in new recruits. Let's hope they work the oracle here. Realta Dawn is an each-way option.