Today's racecards

Catterick

  • 13:05 Yorkshire4x4.com Conditional Jockeys' Selling Hurdle2m 3f

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

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Off time: 13:05:40
13:05 Catterick Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Hassadin 4/1
2nd Bewery Man (IRE) 4/1
3rd Nodform William 4/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 09-12U0 Orange, Black diamond, Black sleeves, Orange stars, Black cap Waltham Abbey 65
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9 11-8 Miss L Kendall Mr S Byrne 107 9/110.00
2 15P2-63 BLACK, WHITE cross belts, BLACK cap, RED diamond Bewery Man (IRE) 49
Nag meBeaten Favourite
9 11-4 Ferdy Murphy Paul Gallagher (8) 103 4/15.00
3 426112/ Purple and White diabolo, Purple sleeves, White armlets, Purple cap Boing Boing (IRE) 486
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10 11-4 G A Harker M O'connell 102 14/115.00
4 7P Royal Blue and Yellow (quartered), White and Royal Blue striped sleeves Carlton Mac 62
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5 11-4 N Bycroft Alex Merriam 50/151.00
5 30-7 Light Blue, Dark Blue chevrons, Light Blue sleeves, Dark Blue spots, White cap, Dark Blue star Eco Story (IRE) 58
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5 11-4 J Howard Johnson J P O'farrell (3) 33/134.00
6 P90758 Emerald Green and White diamonds, Orange sleeves and cap Finnegans Rainbow 48
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8 11-4 b M C Chapman D Swift (5) 64 200/1201.00
7 0/0PP-6P Emerald green, yellow star, emerald green sleeves, yellow stars, white cap, yellow star Garnahalowey Lad (IRE) 255
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7 11-4 J Ewart Harry Haynes (3) 25/126.00
8 004UU6 Royal Blue, Yellow hoop, diamonds on sleeves, Royal Blue cap, Yellow spots Insignia (IRE) 14
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8 11-4 Mrs K J Tutty Oliver Williams (3) 78 25/126.00
9 265-985 Dark Blue, Light Blue hollow box and armlets King's Majesty (IRE) 36
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8 11-4 T J Pitt K James (5) 98 16/117.00
10 2-7563F Yellow, Red cross belts, Red and Yellow check cap Mardood 14
Nag meBeaten Favourite
5 11-4 p C Grant J Halliday 70 16/117.00
12 3029/31- Light Blue and Royal Blue (quartered), checked sleeves Nodform William 475
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8 11-4 Karen Mclintock Ryan Mania 115 4/15.00
13 P15276 WHITE, DARK BLUE star, sleeves and cap River Ripples (IRE) 41
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11 11-4 T R George Ciaran McKee (10) 100 14/115.00
14 0 DARK GREEN, BEIGE sash and armlets, quartered cap Slow Escape (USA) 52
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6 11-4 Frank Kirby Gary Rutherford (5) 150/1151.00
15 11/323P- Beige, Black Cross of Lorraine and armlets, quartered cap Sun King 338
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
13 11-4 K G Reveley Colm McCormack (8) 115 10/111.00
17 2 Mauve, Purple triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves Hassadin 28
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4 10-7 A B Haynes R J Killoran 4/15.00
Non runners
111102/5PMinella For Food (IRE)711-4Evan WilliamsJody McGarvey105
16060P-8PWoodfield Lord (IRE)711-4J FoxO Dayman92

Verdict

This is about as tough as puzzles get, accordingly our selection BREWERY MAN is a marginal one over Nodform William and River Ripples. Ferdy Murphy's charge took third behind the improving Novikov last time and as this step up in trip will suit - his sole success came over two and a half miles - everything looks in place for a solid display, a comment that does not apply to many. Nodform William at least brings recent winning form to the table in the shape of a last time out success. The eight-year-old has proved consistent at a modest level; indeed he's reliable enough for the grade and has a promising jockey on board. River Ripples completes the shortlist for Tom George. The 11-year-old has been competing in chases of late that have been much better than this, so he's given each-way claims alongside Hassadin who has had just the one start over timber and showed a little promise when taking second. Sun King has claims at the weights but he's 13 now and was pulled up when last seen in March which clouds the matter, whilst Boing Boing was a bit better than most of these when last seen but that was in 2008 and a leap of faith is required to row in with him. Eco Story represents a strong yard and should be noted for support along with Minella For Food whose old form in Ireland would make this a penalty kick, though it has to be said he's looked modest lately. Waltham Abbey is back down to a more appropriate grade and has form in this sphere but carrying top weight might ask too much and King's Majesty will need to go back to his 2008 form to get competitive so of more interest at a price is Mardood who should go close enough if jumping better. Stakes are best kept to a minimum in this drab contest, but our hope is that Brewery Man can score.