Today's racecards

Leicester

  • 14:10 Holly Handicap Chase2m 7f 110y

  • Winner £3,249 2nd £954 3rd £477 4th £238
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  • Surface: Turf

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR Sky Bet
1 9P6-158 Dark blue, emerald green hoop, quartered cap Rackham Lerouge (FR) 29
Nag me
7 11-12 C E Longsdon N Fehily 120 1001
2 416-296 Yellow, Black seams, Black sleeves, Yellow seams, Black cap Mohi Rahrere (IRE) 60
Nag meDistance Winner
9 11-9 B Leavy J M Maguire 117 1001
3 1P434-3 PALE BLUE, WHITE hoops, CRIMSON cap Milo Milan (IRE) 28
Nag meBeaten Favourite
7 11-8 p R Lee M G Nolan (5) 116 1001
4 17U-7P2 Light Blue and White diabolo, White sleeves, Light Blue cap, White diamonds Key Cutter (FR) 10
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-7 pt P R Webber D F O'Regan 115 1001
5 3/1641-P Purple, Emerald Green Cross of Lorraine Mylord Collonges (FR) 37
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
12 11-5 p Mrs S Nock C O'Farrell 113 1001
6 1/5622-6 EMERALD GREEN and YELLOW (quartered), WHITE sleeves and cap Balinroab (IRE) 23
Nag me
5 11-5 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 113 1001
7 714/P-3P Yellow, brown spots, light green sleeves Flemish Invader (IRE) 48
Nag meDistance Winner
9 11-4 N A Twiston-Davies S Twiston-Davies 112 1001
8 3P-2148 Maroon and grey stripes, grey sleeves, maroon armlets Tim The Chair (IRE) 52
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
7 11-3 Miss E C Lavelle D Elsworth 111 1001
9 12-2332 ROYAL BLUE, WHITE chevrons, RED sleeves, WHITE armlets, EMERALD GREEN cap Lukeys Luck 55
Nag meBeaten Favourite
6 11-3 Jennie Candlish S Quinlan 111 1001
10 621/P42 Black and Royal Blue (quartered), White sleeves and cap Nom de Guerre (IRE) 23
Nag meCourse Winner
10 10-11 B De Haan D A Jacob 105 1001
11 512241 Red, White braces Delgany Gunner 10 (ex7)
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 10-11 t N B King Trevor Whelan (5) 98 1001

Verdict

Delgany Gunner beat Key Cutter by seven lengths over C&D 10 days ago but Paul Webber's charge is 7lb better off now and back on the same mark as when successful in this 12 months ago. The quicker ground is also in his favour and he shouldn't be far away but Charlie Longsdon's string is in good form and Rackham Lerouge can't be ignored, despite top weight. TIM THE CHAIR wouldn't be without a chance on his best form and may also do better now that the ground has dried out. He gets the vote though Lukeys Luck has been knocking on the door, though is trying a new trip here. Milo Milan and Ballinroab probably need to improve a little to figure, though are capable of doing so, while Mohi Rahrere stays well but may be a few pounds too high at present. Nom De Guerre looks best of the rest.