15:40 Newbury

Rosemary Appeal Novices' Limited Handicap Chase (For The Brown Chamberlin Trophy) (Class 3)

  • 6 Runners
  • Distance: 2m 7f 86y
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf
  • £12,700 added
  • Winner: £7,343
  • 2nd: £2,156
  • 3rd: £1,078
  • 4th: £539
Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 6m 11.10s
  • Off Time: 15:40:14
  • 6 Ran
Silk - Yellow, Red diamond, chevrons on sleeves, Red cap
  • Form 13-3152
  • Age 7
  • Weight 11-8
  • Official Rating 131

in touch on inside, headway chasing leaders 7th, weakening in 4th when mistake 14th, left remote 3rd 3 out, tailed off

Silk - Mauve and Red (quartered), Mauve sleeves, Red cap
  • Form 1U/3214
  • Age 7
  • Weight 11-4
  • Official Rating 127

raced keenly, made most, reached for 7th, narrowly headed 13th in front again next, joined when mistake and unseated rider 3 out

Silk - Maroon and White diabolo, White sleeves, quartered cap
  • Form 20-4243
  • Age 9
  • Weight 11-1
  • Official Rating 124

took keen hold, held up in touch, headway tracking leaders 7th, 2nd travelling well 14th, upsides when left clear 3 out

Silk - Emerald green, black seams, hooped sleeves, striped cap
  • Form 1-84F5F
  • Age 7
  • Weight 11-0
  • Official Rating 123

soon tracking leaders on outside, mistake and weakened 11th, blundered 13th, left distant 4th 3 out, tailed off

Silk - Dark Blue, Pink star, armlets and cap
  • Form 3-04161
  • Age 6
  • Weight 10-11
  • Official Rating 120

blundered and lost place 1st, reminder after next, behind and struggling 5th, tailed off and pulled up before 9th

Silk - Black, Yellow seams and sleeves, quartered cap
  • Form 74-5P01
  • Age 7
  • Weight 10-8
  • Official Rating 117

witch leader, hit 3rd, lost 2nd briefly 9th, led narrowly 13th until headed and dropped to 3rd next, left 2nd 3 out, never any chance with winner

Previous results

In depth


Ice Cool Champs was runner-up to a subsequent Cheltenham winner at Exeter last month but was beaten 14 lengths. Another Frontier was all out to win a lesser contest at Doncaster and is 4lb higher but Joe Farrell continues to slip down the weights and Le Boizelo won his penultimate start at Wincanton, though will have his stamina to prove. Bobo Mac could figure if the fences don’t get in the way but SOMEWHERE TO BE has his ground again and hasn’t been stopping over shorter trips. If he lasts home, he’s probably the one to beat with a first-time visor suggesting his trainer thinks he has more to offer.


Ice Cool Champs (IRE) 12-1 (11-6) Led, headed before 4 out, weakened before 2 out, left 2nd from last, no impression, 2nd of 7, 14l behind Coo Star Sivola (11-8) at Exeter 3m hcp (3) sft in Feb.

Le Boizelo (FR) 5-2 (11-2) Chased leaders, went 2nd briefly 3rd, stayed handy, ridden and struggling before 8th, weakened after 4 out, 4th of 6, 31l behind Grand Vision (11-8) at Wincanton 2m 4f hcp (3) hvy in Feb.

Joe Farrell (IRE) 5-1 (11-4) Took keen hold, held up in 5th, headway 11th, 3rd soon after 14th, pushed along and not pace of leading duo before next, 3rd of 7, 21l behind Dingo Dollar (11-8) at Newbury 2m 7f hcp (3) sft in Dec.

Bobo Mac (IRE) 9-1 (10-10) Tracked leaders, in 2nd and held when fell 2 out, at Exeter 3m hcp (3) sft in Feb.

Somewhere To Be (IRE) 9-4 (11-0) Tracked leaders, led before 8th, ridden before last, kept on well, won at Catterick 2m 3f hcp (3) hvy in Jan beating Bentelimar (12-7) by 3 1/2l, 3 ran.

Another Frontier (IRE) 14-1 (11-5) Close up, went 2nd before 3 out, ridden before last, kept on to lead towards finish, just held on close home, won at Doncaster 3m hcp (4) gs in Feb beating Crown Hill (11-12) by hd, 13 ran.