Today's racecards

Newcastle

  • 14:10 Cellular Solutions Handicap Chase2m 110y

  • Winner £2,437 2nd £716 3rd £358 4th £179
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 8.40s
  • Off time: 14:10:24
14:10 Newcastle Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Kings Grey (IRE) 2/1
2nd Diamond Frontier (IRE) 5/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 1/4347-P MAROON, WHITE hooped sleeves Diamond Frontier (IRE) 154
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 11-12 J Wade K Renwick 119 5/16.00
2 F/P2UP5 Dark Blue, Yellow diamond and sleeves, Royal Blue cap, Red diamond Restoration (FR) 20
Nag meDistance Winner
9 11-10 N G Richards D C Costello 117 7/18.00
3 654P1-1 DARK GREEN and YELLOW (quartered), striped sleeves Mister Wall Street (FR) 195
Nag meDistance Winner
6 11-8 Ferdy Murphy G Lee 115 11/43.75
4 23298-4 Maroon, White hooped sleeves, white cap Kings Grey (IRE) 16
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
7 11-7 K G Reveley J Reveley 114 2/13.00
5 9/1345-8 White, Red diamond, White sleeves, Light Green armlets, Light Green cap, Red diamond Clouseau (NZ) 22
Nag meDistance Winner
7 11-6 F P Murtagh Henry Brooke (5) 113 25/126.00
6 2300P-0 Royal Blue and Red diabolo, Red sleeves, Red cap, Royal Blue diamond Sunarri (IRE) 27
Nag me
7 11-3 Mrs J Walton Alistair Findlay (7) 110 8/19.00
7 616P-P4 Royal Blue and Yellow stripes, White sleeves Pamak D'airy (FR) 162
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
8 11-1 H Hogarth F Davis 108 20/121.00

Verdict

There was plenty of confidence behind KINGS GREY on his chasing debut at Haydock but he never got into the argument after making a couple of early mistakes. Keith Reveley's seven-year-old will know more today and is taken to improve past some disappointing sorts. Diamond Frontier was pulled up at Aintree in June and his first start today for John Wade, while April's Hexham winner Mister Wall Street may be best watched with his stable yet to hit any kind of form. Restoration has two ways of running but the handicapper has given a chance to Pamak D'Airy who is only a pound higher than when successful at Wetherby in February, though subsequent efforts have been modest.