Today's racecards

Ffos Las

  • 14:45 Walters UK Ltd Handicap Chase3m 1f 110y

  • Winner £5,848 2nd £1,717 3rd £859 4th £429
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 54.70s
  • Off time: 14:46:02
14:45 Ffos Las Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Mohayer (IRE) 10/1
2nd Kaybeew 5/2
3rd Horsham Lad (IRE) 15/8

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 032P1P LIGHT BLUE, ORANGE epaulets My Moment (IRE) 33
Nag me
8 11-12 bt Tim Vaughan R Johnson 131 14/115.00
2 41543-1 ROYAL BLUE, RED Cross of Lorraine and sleeves, quartered cap Mohayer (IRE) 34
Nag me
9 11-7 Jonjo O'Neill R P Mclernon 126 10/111.00
3 6F21-PP Purple, large Pink spots, sleeves and cap Pak Jack (FR) 18
Nag meDistance Winner
11 11-6 t1 R T Phillips S Quinlan 125 28/129.00
4 112PP7 Light Blue, Royal Blue chevrons, hooped sleeves, striped cap Sun Tzu (IRE) 18
Nag meCourse Winner
7 11-3 v P Bowen A Conlon (5) 122 20/121.00
5 7/8F16-1 Red, Yellow stars, Black sleeves, Yellow stars, Black cap, Yellow star Kaybeew 30
Nag meCourse Winner
6 10-11 N A Twiston-Davies S Twiston-Davies 116 5/23.50
6 2P11-1U Royal Blue, Pink hoop Horsham Lad (IRE) 25
Nag meBeaten Favourite
7 10-11 F M O'Brien P J Brennan 116 15/82.88
7 7-62167 Red, Royal Blue sleeves, White armlets Take Over Sivola (FR) 31
Nag me
4 10-6 p D Pipe T Scudamore 118 4/15.00
8 1D-1143 Emerald green, pink cross belts, pink sleeves, emerald green armlets, quartered cap Bobs Law (IRE) 73
Nag me
7 10-1 W K Goldsworthy Adam Wedge (5) 106 8/19.00

Verdict

Despite his generous starting price, there appeared no fluke about Mohayer's defeat of Daldini and eight others at Market Rasen last month. But previously thought best over shorter trips, he has a further three furlongs to cover here and that may just prove his undoing off a 6lb higher mark. KAYBEEW won over hurdles here in January and repeated the trick over fences last month. That was his chasing debut so there is probably more to come from Nigel Twiston-Davies' six-year-old who can follow up today. My Moment won at Fakenham in October but doesn't appear the force of old, while Sun Tzu has lost his way again and Take Over Sivola has struggled since arriving from France. The others have plenty to prove at present.