Today's racecards

Plumpton

  • 15:50 SW Catering Standard Open NH Flat Race2m 2f

  • Winner £1,711 2nd £499 3rd £250
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 33.65s
  • Off time: 15:50:52
15:50 Plumpton Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tullyesker Hill (IRE) 11/8
2nd Another Brandy (IRE) 2/1
3rd Come On Laurie (IRE) 7/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 10- Dark blue, red hoops, red sleeves, dark blue stars, white cap Come On Laurie (IRE) 260
Nag meBeaten FavouriteCourse and Distance Winner
5 11-9 Mrs L Hill D Bass 7/18.00
2 43P1-43 Yellow, Purple cross belts, Yellow sleeves, Purple stars and stars on cap Another Brandy (IRE) 38
Nag me
5 11-2 N P Mulholland N Fehily 2/13.00
3 Emerald green, white cross of lorraine, armlets and cap Double U Dot Ede's
Nag me
4 11-2 P Phelan Paddy Bradley (10) 8/19.00
4 6 Black, Red inverted triangle, sleeves and cap Larks Rising 170
Nag me
5 11-2 Mrs Caroline Keevil Ian Popham 14/115.00
5 P-1 Orange, dark blue star, orange sleeves, dark blue stars, dark blue cap Tullyesker Hill (IRE) 196
Nag me
4 11-2 D Pipe T Scudamore 11/82.38
6 5 Emerald Green, White epaulets, diabolo on sleeves, White cap Buckboru (IRE) 26
Nag me
5 10-9 Mrs L J Young Tom Cannon 50/151.00
7 ROYAL BLUE, WHITE collar and sleeves, BLACK and LIGHT BLUE check cap Catch The Katt
Nag me
6 10-9 N R Mitchell Gerard Tumelty 50/151.00
8 5 Yellow, Dark Blue and Yellow check sleeves and cap Frank N Fair 26
Nag me
5 10-9 Miss Z C Davison D Crosse 33/134.00
9 DARK BLUE, LIGHT BLUE stars, DARK BLUE and RED hooped sleeves and cap Snippetydoodah
Nag me
5 10-9 M Roberts T J O'Brien 22/123.00

Verdict

David Pipe enjoys a 23% strike rate in bumpers over the past five years and is 2-3 with his bumper runners here during that time, all of which points favourably to the claims of TULLYESKER HILL here who makes his debut for the yard after winning an Irish point-to-point in May. Confidence would be strengthened should the market speak strongly of his chances. Another Brandy, also a winner on the Irish pointing scene, has since performed respectably in bumper company at Fontwell and Newton Abbot and has definite place claims here. Come On Laurie won here in May 2012 before being well beaten at Huntingdon ten months later. He has not been seen since but is in good hands and is certainly worthy of a place on the shortlist. The market should reflect expectations surrounding the remainder.