• 16:10 Premier League Creating Chances Maiden Hurdle 2m 1f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 3m 53.50s
  • Off time: 16:45:17
16:10 Sedgefield Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Stagecoach Pearl 5/4
2nd San Silvestro (IRE) 14/1
3rd Kayf Commander 13/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 P55-P6P Black and White check, Black sleeves, White armlets Abbey Express 27
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4 11-0 pt M A Barnes M J McAlister (3) 64 125/1126.00
2 52-3425 BLACK and WHITE (halved), BLACK sleeves, WHITE armlets, BLACK cap Farne Island 6
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6 11-0 Micky Hammond F Keniry 95 10/34.33
4 08/33-73 Maroon and Yellow check, Maroon sleeves, Yellow cap Kayf Commander 17
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6 11-0 t M Brittain A Tinkler 13/27.50
5 PU/PPP-0 Yellow, dark green chevrons, dark green and yellow halved sleeves, dark green and yellow striped cap Maynooth Prince (IRE) 17
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7 11-0 I W McInnes P Kinsella 150/1151.00
6 LIGHT BLUE, ORANGE epaulets Mission Impossible 27
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4 11-0 P C Haslam A Thornton 80/181.00
7 0-P454 Light Blue and Brown (halved), White and Brown hooped sleeves, White cap Roman History (IRE) 14
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6 11-0 p N Waggott G Lee 88 28/129.00
8 Light Blue, Orange epaulets, checked cap San Silvestro (IRE) 28
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4 11-0 Mrs A Duffield K Mercer 14/115.00
9 2138- White, Light Blue stars, Light Blue sleeves, White stars and stars on cap Stagecoach Pearl 221
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5 11-0 Mrs S J Smith Tjade Collier (3) 5/42.25
10 607 Yellow, Emerald Green cross belts, Emerald Green sleeves, Yellow armlets, quartered cap Vogarth 24
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5 11-0 M C Chapman K James (7) 100/1101.00
11 Black, White chevrons on sleeves, White cap Whaston (IRE) 8
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4 11-0 J D Bethell Nathan Moscrop (7) 16/117.00
12 466-8 DARK BLUE, emerald green seams, white cap Schindler's Dame (IRE) 12
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6 10-7 t T J Taaffe R Thornton 8/19.00
Non runners
3Fenwick Fogs411-0S A HarrisP Aspell


This is a fascinating contest and we will take a chance on FARNE ISLAND who can get the better of both Stagecoach Pearl and Kayf Commander. Trainer Mickey Hammond has his string in fair form at present and although his 6-year-old Farne Island has yet to win over hurdles, he has gone close twice. He ran quite well last time considering he got worked up before the off, and if there is no repeat in the preliminaries here then he might be capable of taking his chance. Stagecoach Pearl has been placed in three of his four starts over hurdles so he merits obvious consideration. He did disappoint last time but the soft ground may have been an excuse and under these more suitable conditions he might be capable of bouncing back to form. Kayf Commander has been in the prize money three times in six starts over hurdles and the tongue-tie which seemed to have a positive effect last time is again applied today. Whaston won a handicap at Ayr two runs ago on the flat and it will be interesting to see how he fares today on his hurdling bow. This is an open event and harrow preference is for Farne Island.