Today's racecards

Huntingdon

  • 19:20 Boongate Kia Peterborough Novices' Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner £3,119 2nd £916 3rd £458 4th £229
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 52.90s
  • Off time: 19:21:19
19:20 Huntingdon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Parlour Games 15/8
2nd Max Ward (IRE) 2/1
3rd Less Time (IRE) 16/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 6-1 Red, Yellow sash, Brown sleeves, Yellow cap, Red star Breaking The Bank 26
Nag meDistance Winner
5 11-5 B I Case Kielan Woods (3) 9/43.25
3 65481-2 Dark blue, pink hoop, pink sleeves, dark blue armlets, pink cap Max Ward (IRE) 25
Nag me
5 11-5 C P E Brooks L Treadwell 124 2/13.00
4 Emerald green, black epaulets, black cap Brent Pelham 839
Nag me
7 10-12 Jamie Snowden Brendan Powell 66/167.00
5 547-36 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Less Time (IRE) 11
Nag me
5 10-12 Jonjo O'Neill W Kennedy 16/117.00
6 Royal Blue and Orange diabolo, Yellow sleeves and cap Our Ivor 13
Nag me
5 10-12 t M Appleby Ryan Mahon 16/117.00
7 Black, black and maroon striped cap Parlour Games 276
Nag me
6 10-12 h J P Ferguson A P McCoy 15/82.88
8 P7 Emerald green and orange check Strategic Action (IRE) 9
Nag me
5 10-12 ht Mrs L C Jewell Thomas Garner (5) 150/1151.00
10 0 Royal blue, white seams, royal blue cap, white star Galeb Warrior 19
Nag me
4 10-8 h N A Twiston-Davies Ryan Hatch (5) 66/167.00
Non runners
25251-33Focail Maith611-5N B KingTrevor Whelan115
97/2725U-Tangolan (IRE)610-12P W MiddletonNon Runner112
1145338-Ronaldinho (IRE)410-8A KingAidan Coleman120

Verdict

A very interesting contest with fascinating newcomers in four-time Fibresand winner, Our Ivor, and four-time Godolphin scorer, Parlour Games, now with John Ferguson, locking horns with three previous winners, not to mention Ronaldinho, who receives weight all around on the age allowance scale. Alan King's charge has been placed in useful Ascot and Doncaster handicaps on recent starts and must be taken very seriously returned to novice company. Max Ward and Focail Maith have both shown more than enough to play a prominent role but BREAKING THE BANK created a really good impression at Towcester, is open to further progression and claimed three of four Flat victories on the forecast good ground. He's taken to oblige in a race deserving of close consideration with the future in mind.