Market Rasen

  • 14:15 Betfred Mobile Sports Handicap Hurdle2m 5f

  • Winner £9,697 2nd £2,864 3rd £1,432 4th £716
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 9.90s
  • Off time: 14:17:06
14:15 Market Rasen Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Premier Dane (IRE) 13/2
2nd Raslan 14/1
3rd Buck Mulligan 12/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 P34-42P Dark Blue and White diabolo, hooped sleeves and cap Scotsbrook Cloud 20
Beaten Favourite
7 11-12 P D Evans Michael Byrne (5) 135 40/141.00
2 2110-FP Dark Green, Dark Green and White diabolo on sleeves Lava Lamp (GER) 17
5 11-7 Evan Williams Adam Wedge (3) 130 33/134.00
3 5422-5F White, maroon hoop, sleeves and cap Buck Mulligan 41
7 11-6 Evan Williams Paul Moloney 129 12/113.00
4 557548- Brown, Dark Blue sleeves, White cap, Brown spots Raslan 7
9 11-1 vt D Pipe Timmy Murphy 124 14/115.00
6 83P04/3- Light Blue, Pink epaulets, armlets and cap Premier Dane (IRE) 450
10 10-13 D Pipe T Scudamore 122 13/27.50
7 U2-5133 Dark Blue, White star, Red sleeves, White stars, Red cap, White star Roman Flight (IRE) 14
4 10-13 C F Swan A P McCoy 125 6/17.00
8 14F1-21 Red, yellow seams, striped sleeves and cap Dj Milan (IRE) 51
6 10-13 t D McCain Jnr Callum Whillans (7) 122 8/19.00
9 31-11 White, royal blue sleeves, pink spots, royal blue cap Greyfriars Drummer 43
Course WinnerDistance Winner
4 10-12 t C J Mann S Thomas 124 6/17.00
10 58/14-31 Red, dark green sleeves, white armlets, white cap, red spots Awaywiththegreys (IRE) 36
5 10-11 P Bowen T J O'Brien 120 5/23.50
11 323117- Maroon, Light Blue sleeves, White diamonds, White cap, Maroon diamond Spirit Is Needed (IRE) 307
6 10-10 vt Tim Vaughan R Johnson 119 14/115.00
12 931/21- Red, Beige seams, diabolo on sleeves, quartered cap Odin's Raven (IRE) 35
7 10-10 B Ellison Danny Cook 119 8/19.00
Non runners
5012-331Westlin' Winds (IRE)611-0B LeavyFelix de Giles123

Verdict

A tough race for punters as the race features a heady a combination of improving sorts alongside those that have had good days in the past. ROMAN FLIGHT is lightly raced but he managed to account for 23 rivals in a maiden hurdle at Cork in June, and with Charlie Swan going to the trouble of booking Tony McCoy, he should be more than capable of determining the outcome of this prize. Greyfriars Drummer still looks to be improving and is sure to be popular with the locals. He won readily at the course in June and should have no problems for the step up in trip. Raslan and Buck Mulligan have competed at much higher levels than this in the past so both need to be monitored closely for any signs of market confidence. Scotsbrook Cloud has been a likeable sort for David Evans and it is to be hoped that a lamentable run in the Summer Cup at Uttoxeter was just a bad day at the office.