• 13:05 Download The Free Racing Plus App Novices' Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner £5,198 2nd £1,526 3rd £763 4th £382
  • Going: Good to Soft (Soft in places in the back straight)
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 9.00s
  • Off time: 13:05:58
13:05 Wetherby Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Lordofthehouse (IRE) 6/1
2nd Falcarragh (IRE) 11/8
3rd Dawn Twister (GER) 3/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 Maroon, beige chevron, diabolo on sleeves and stars on cap Bright Applause 14
Nag me
4 11-0 Miss Tracy Waggott A P Lane 33/134.00
2 U Yellow, Dark Blue chevron, striped cap Dawn Twister (GER) 7
Nag meBeaten Favourite
5 11-0 Mrs L Wadham L P Aspell 3/14.00
3 2-20124 Red, White sleeves, Orange stars Falcarragh (IRE) 15
Nag me
5 11-0 Tim Vaughan R Johnson 122 11/82.38
4 80-2 Red, Royal Blue armlets, check cap Herostatus 8
Nag meDistance Winner
5 11-0 D O'Meara F Keniry 9/25.50
5 Light blue, dark blue braces, hooped sleeves Idealism 89
Nag me
5 11-0 Micky Hammond J M Maguire 50/151.00
6 Bronze Lordofthehouse (IRE) 21
Nag meDistance Winner
4 11-0 T R George P J Brennan 6/17.00
8 53 Emerald green and black diamonds, black sleeves, emerald green stars, black cap, emerald green star Uncut Stone (IRE) 17
Nag me
4 11-0 P D Niven A Thornton 40/141.00
9 3/5- Dark Blue and White check, Dark Blue sleeves, White armlets Victor Lynch (IRE) 377
Nag me
6 11-0 Mrs K Walton R McGrath 14/115.00
10 5/0- Purple and Pink diamonds, Pink sleeves, Purple armlets, Purple cap Cocoa Minnie (IRE) 381
Nag me
6 10-7 P R Webber D F O'Regan 33/134.00
Non runners
735Pinotage411-0P D NivenJ M Maguire


Lordofthehouse has won four times on the Flat up to 2m but refused to leave the stalls in his last two starts and whether he'll consent to jump off here must be a concern. Dawn Twister was well backed on his hurdling debut at Stratford last week but ejected McCoy through the side door at the third flight when prominent. Providing that experience hasn't soured him, Lucy Wadham's charge could make a bold bid to recoup losses here but FALCARRAGH looks the one to beat. He was far from disgraced on his UK debut at Cheltenham and the form of his Kilbeggan second in August has worked out well. Herostatus was second at Newcastle eight days ago while Peter Niven's pair Pinotage and Uncut Stone could also figure.