Market Rasen

  • 17:15 Betfred 'Bonus King Bingo' Handicap Chase2m 2f

  • Winner £4,874 2nd £1,431 3rd £716 4th £358
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 23.30s
  • Off time: 17:15:39
17:15 Market Rasen Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Park Lane 5/1
2nd The Darling Boy 10/3
3rd Prince Des Marais (FR) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 163/533 Red and Black (quartered), diamonds on sleeves Prince Des Marais (FR) 20
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9 11-12 t Mrs Caroline Bailey T Messenger 119 12/113.00
2 320-423 Light Blue, Brown chevrons on sleeves, Black cap Sunday City (JPN) 36
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11 11-12 P Bowen J E Moore 119 9/110.00
3 84613-2 Emerald green and yellow (quartered), emerald green sleeves, yellow stars, emerald green cap, yellow star Woodlark Island (IRE) 52
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6 11-11 p D Pipe T Scudamore 118 12/113.00
4 611P88- White, Mauve stars Very Stylish (IRE) 220
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8 11-10 p Jonjo O'Neill D Elsworth 117 7/18.00
5 3212-0D Black, red seams, black sleeves, red stars, black cap, red star Park Lane 29
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6 11-8 Noel Quinlan Jack Quinlan (3) 115 5/16.00
6 62621-3 Dark Blue, White braces, sleeves and cap Quiet Whisper (IRE) 67
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6 11-8 K C Bailey D C Costello 115 14/115.00
7 213-123 Black, light blue hoop and sleeves, white cap The Darling Boy 24
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7 11-3 pt T R George P J Brennan 110 10/34.33
8 P4P78-4 MAROON, WHITE hooped sleeves Knockavilla (IRE) 42
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9 11-2 J Wade B Harding 109 16/117.00
9 32-1422 Black and White diamonds Well Green (IRE) 10
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8 11-0 B Ellison Danny Cook 107 11/26.50
10 1P363-4 Light blue, dark blue chevrons, chevrons on sleeves, light blue cap, white spots Nosecond Chance (IRE) 78
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6 11-0 M W Easterby Jake Greenall (5) 107 6/17.00


Sunday City may be getting on in years but the handicapper has finally started to release his grip and the evergreen 11-year-old is worth a cursory check in the market. WELL GREEN was the subject of strong support on his chasing bow for Brian Ellison and the eight-year-old could gain compensation for that near miss in our finale. He did not do a great deal wrong in what looked to be a strong novice event by Hexham's standards, and a mark of 107 does not appear too onerous under the circumstances. Woodlark Island was a competent hurdler in his grade and he looks to have the scope to be successful over fences while Very Stylish was outclassed in better company last season and may be best watched at present. Tom George hasn't had too many runners of late but The Darling Boy won a handicap chase at Towcester in May and he has been cannily kept over hurdles in the interim.