Uttoxeter

  • 14:20 H Brown & Son Recycling Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle1m 7f 168y

  • Winner £2,794 2nd £820 3rd £410 4th £350
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 54.70s
  • Off time: 14:22:11
14:20 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Camlad Kingfisher 8/1
2nd Tingo In The Tale (IRE) 17/2
3rd Mileva Roller 14/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 80/42-49 Emerald Green, White seams, White sleeves, Emerald Green armlets, Yellow cap Watt Broderick (IRE) 43
Distance Winner
10 12-1 p Ian Williams C J Todd (8) 102 12/113.00
2 116P-P9 Yellow, Black hoop and armlets, check cap Thomas Blossom (IRE) 22
Distance Winner
9 11-12 t R C Harper Harry Reed 99 80/181.00
3 9/226B7- White, emerald green sleeves, orange armlets and diamonds on emerald green cap Head Lad (FR) 94
6 11-10 Jonjo O'Neill Jonjo O'Neill Jr. (3) 97 11/26.50
4 0970-32 Dark Blue, Light Blue triple diamond, sleeves and cap Camlad Kingfisher 17
7 11-3 S-J Davies Tabitha Worsley (3) 90 8/19.00
5 66/7232- YELLOW, brown cross belts, royal blue cap Life Knowledge (IRE) 20
7 11-2 p Liam Bailey Billy Garritty (3) 89 6/17.00
6 P/98P-65 Orange, black stars, armlets and stars on cap Royal Beekeeper 26
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 10-11 p D Skelton William Marshall (8) 84 11/43.75
7 3676-13 Red, Yellow disc, hooped sleeves and cap Tingo In The Tale (IRE) 17
Course and Distance Winner
10 10-11 p A Forbes Ben Godfrey 84 17/29.50
8 4803-43 White, dark blue stars, red sleeves, dark blue stars, dark blue cap Primogeniture (IRE) 26
8 10-9 M Keighley Jason Dixon (3) 82 11/26.50
9 P790-67 White, Royal Blue spots, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets, Red cap Northandsouth (IRE) 24
Distance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
9 10-8 Sara Ender Sam Coltherd 81 16/117.00
10 867/755 Red, Light Blue star and sleeves Mileva Roller 28
7 10-0 Miss L Harrison Danny McMenamin 71 14/115.00

Verdict

Camlad Kingfisher and TINGO IN THE TALE were second and third here last month with the former delivering a useful performance on a first start since wind surgery. The question is whether he'll repeat that level now but the consistent Tingo In The Tale, a course and distance winner, likes it round here and probably rates a safer percentage call. It would not surprise if Royal Beekeeper, yet to spark since joining the Skelton yard, produced an improved effort, whilst father and son team up with Head Lad who showed little in a couple of starts in the spring but has every chance if repeating pre-Christmas form last year at Chepstow and Stratford.