William Hill Juvenile Handicap Hurdle 2m 110y

  • (4yo, 2m 110y, Class 3, 6 runners)
  • Winner £6,498 2nd £1,908 3rd £954 4th £477
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 4m 9.70s
  • Off time: 13:30:37

Full Result

13:30 Sandown Park
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 3 Dormello Mo (FR) P F Nicholls 4 11-8 D A Jacob 3/1
SP 3/1 Tracked leading trio, quickened to lead approaching last, soon clear, easily opened 5/1
2nd 7 5 Astrum N B King 4 11-1 R Johnson 7/2
SP 7/2 Tracked leading pair, pushed along and slightly outpaced between last 2, rallied and switched left run-in, took 2nd final 75 yards, no chance with easy winner
3rd 1 4 Cafe Au Lait (GER) A Middleton 4 11-5 pt James Banks (5) 8/1
SP 8/1 Pressed leader, led narrowly soon after 2 out, ridden and headed approaching last, no chance with easy winner, lost 2nd final 75 yards opened 14/1
4th 1 Carry On Sydney O Sherwood 4 11-12 L P Aspell 2/1f
SP 2/1f Raced keenly, led, pushed along and pressed approaching 2 out, narrowly headed soon after 2 out, chased leader and every chance under pressure until winner quickened past approaching last, one pace run-in opened 7/4 £2000-£1000 £700-£400(x2)
5th 5 2 Rayak (IRE) Jonjo O'Neill 4 11-10 A P McCoy 13/2
SP 13/2 Hld up in rear, smooth headway to 5th on inside approaching 2 out, weakened tamely between last 2 opened 5/1
6th 6 6 Mr Vendman (IRE) Ian Williams 4 10-9 Rob McCarth (5) 16/1
SP 16/1 Took keen hold, held up in last pair, jumped slowly 1st, went left 5th and 3 out, pushed along after 3 out, weakened soon after opened 14/1
NR 7 Shalianzi (IRE) G L Moore 4 10-4 Joshua Moore

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £3.70 Tote Place £1.80,£1.90 Straight Forecast £13.65 Exacta £13.20 Trifecta £61.50 Swingers 1&2:£1.80 2&3:£4.20 1&3:£3.80

Jackpot £10,085.15 carried forward to Naas, 9th Mar
Placepot £130.60, Pool: £197904.52, 1105.49 winning tickets
Quadpot £8.50, Pool: £13711.69, 1184.78 winning tickets


Paul Nicholls: "He won't get into the race [Fred Winter] unfortunately, even with a penalty. That was good. It was too soft for him at Exeter over that trip (two miles and three furlongs) but his jumping has improved a lot - when we got him after buying him at the Ocala sale in December he couldn't jump six inches. We liked the look of him. He's a nice type, although he's a horse who needs a summer to strengthen. He will make a nice chaser next year."