Today's racecards


  • 18:50 Tracy Williams Birthday Juvenile Hurdle2m 1f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 18.12s
  • Off time: 18:50:32
18:50 Bangor-on-Dee Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Beyond (IRE) 8/13
2nd Glen Lass 5/1
3rd Gulf Punch 28/1


No Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 Light blue, dark blue chevrons and sleeves, dark blue and light blue quartered cap Beyond (IRE) 92
Nag me
3 10-12 Evan Williams A P McCoy 8/131.62
2 Mauve, Purple triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves Clayton Flick (IRE) 14
Nag me
3 10-12 A B Haynes Harry Skelton 33/134.00
3 Pink, Dark Blue chevron and star on cap Dinkie Short 98
Nag me
3 10-12 B De Haan D Bass (7) 40/141.00
4 Dark Green and Yellow (halved), sleeves reversed, Dark Green and Yellow quartered cap High Holborn (IRE) 45
Nag me
3 10-12 D Pipe T Scudamore 5/16.00
5 Purple, yellow hollow box Sefton Park 19
Nag me
3 10-12 b C R Egerton P J Brennan 16/117.00
6 Red, large Emerald Green spots, Grey sleeves, Red spots, Emerald Green and Red quartered cap Snore No More (IRE) 44
Nag me
3 10-12 W Coltherd Ryan Mania (3) 66/167.00
7 Black and white check, halved sleeves, black cap Glen Lass 57
Nag me
3 10-5 p Jamie Snowden D A Jacob 5/16.00
8 Yellow, light blue chevrons, hooped sleeves, light blue cap Gulf Punch 2
Nag me
3 10-5 M F Harris Peter Toole (3) 28/129.00
9 Royal blue and yellow check, diabolo on sleeves, yellow cap Gypsy Jazz (IRE) 45
Nag me
3 10-5 t1 Jennie Candlish A O'keeffe 14/115.00


It will be interesting to see of there is any market support for hurdling newcomer High Holborn, who makes his debut for David Pipe today having formerly been with Julia Tooth, but a better bet looks to be BEYOND and he gets the verdict with Gypsy Jazz rated the best of the rest. The selection is another making their first start over timber but the son of Galileo showed decent form from limited opportunities for Jeremy Noseda, winning his last two of three starts, and he looks worth siding with on his first start for Evan Williams. Clayton Flick remains a maiden after 15 starts on the flat but may improve for going over hurdles for Andy Haynes, while Glen Lass has won five times in claimers including on his most recent start at Windsor and is another making his hurdling debut and has to be considered. Jennie Candlish's Gypsy Jazz is relatively unexposed after just five career starts and could be of interest first time up over hurdles but preference is for Beyond, who can make a winning debut for Evan Williams.