Ascot 15:15 Result

Winning Time:

6:45

Runners:

7

Winning Trainer:

H Fry

Winning Jockey:

J J Burke

Total Win:

  • 4 Frero Banbou 8/1
  • 5 Thyme White 9/2
  • 6 Third Time Lucki 10/1
  • 7 Amoola Gold 20/1
15:15 Ascot ITV1

Jim Barry Wines Hurst Park Handicap Chase (GBB Race)

  • Class 2
  • 4YO+
  • Winner £65038
  • -
  • 7 runners

2m 167y

Going: Good (Good to Soft In Places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

This contest seems to revolve around dual Grade 1 winner EDWARDSTONE, who is having his first run of the season after a sparkling campaign last winter. The Arkle winner will have to overcome a mark of 161, and give away a lot of weight to some in-form rivals, but Alan King's superstar chaser has the class in this field and he appears to be the one to beat. Boothill is likely to pose the biggest danger and Jonathan Burke's mount won more easily last time than his winning distance of three-quarters of a length suggests over the extended 2m at Newton Abbot. So Scottish looks best of the rest.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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2

13123-4

Shirt

(15)BFD

Form /13123-4

7

11-4

151

T: D SkeltonJ: Kielan Woods
3

2U12F-1

Shirt

(21)CD

Form /2U12F-1

6

11-2

149

T: P F NichollsJ: Lorcan Williams
4

11426-3

Shirt

(21)CDD

Form /11426-3

9

10-13

146

T: S ThomasJ: Adam Wedge
6

31239-2

Shirt

(21)D

Form /31239-2

7

10-9

142

T: Miss V WilliamsJ: Charlie Deutsch
7

3492-P1

Shirt

(35)

Form /3492-P1

7

10-7

140

T: H FryJ: J J Burke
8

64384-7

Shirt

(21)CD

Form /64384-7

9

10-7

140

T: D SkeltonJ: Bridget Andrews
9

702111

Shirt

(30)

Form /702111

5

10-2

132

T: E MullinsJ: M J M O'Sullivan
1

111112-

Shirt

(224)BFD

Form /111112-

8

12-0

161

T: A KingJ: Tom Cannon
5

131PP-1

Shirt

(35)

Form /131PP-1

8

10-11

144

T: Jamie SnowdenJ: Adrian Heskin

Race Tip

This contest seems to revolve around dual Grade 1 winner EDWARDSTONE, who is having his first run of the season after a sparkling campaign last winter. The Arkle winner will have to overcome a mark of 161, and give away a lot of weight to some in-form rivals, but Alan King's superstar chaser has the class in this field and he appears to be the one to beat. Boothill is likely to pose the biggest danger and Jonathan Burke's mount won more easily last time than his winning distance of three-quarters of a length suggests over the extended 2m at Newton Abbot. So Scottish looks best of the rest.

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