EDF-ER Fallago Rig Handicap Chase (For The Marshall Trophy) 3m 2f

  • (4yo+, 3m 2f, Class 3, 8 runners)
  • Winner £9,747 2nd £2,862 3rd £1,431 4th £716
  • Going: Good to Soft, Soft in places
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 6m 48.60s
  • Off time: 15:20:24

Full Result

15:20 Kelso
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 1 Knockara Beau (IRE) G A Charlton 10 11-12 Jan Faltejsek 7/1
SP 7/1 Led until before 4th, tracked leader, led again before 3 out, clear before last opened 6/1 touched 8/1
2nd 5 Bescot Springs (IRE) Miss Lucinda V Russell 8 10-5 v Craig Nichol (7) 10/3
SP 10/3 Tracked leaders in 3rd, reminders before 16th, chased winner last, kept on and no impression opened 4/1
3rd 8 More Equity Mrs Dianne Sayer 11 10-0 Harry Challoner (5) 20/1
SP 20/1 Held up towards rear, headway before 13th, went 3rd before 3 out, soon outpaced, kept on from last opened 16/1
4th 6 Pettifour (IRE) N A Twiston-Davies 11 10-4 v1 Ryan Hatch (7) 5/2f
SP 5/2f Held up in rear, hampered 6th, outpaced before 8th, reminders after 10th, kept on from 2 out opened 5/1
5th 21 3 Rapidolyte De Ladalka (FR) S Shirley-Beavan 8 11-0 F Keniry 9/2
SP 9/2 In touch in 4th, soon tracked leaders in 3rd, not fluent
6th 9 2 Garleton (IRE) M A Barnes 12 11-11 t S Mulqueen (7) 10/1
SP 10/1 Tracked leader, led before 4th, headed before 3 out, weakened after 2 out opened 8/1
PU 4 Wicklow Lad N W Alexander 9 10-9 B Harding 12/1
SP 12/1 Towards rear on outer, weakened before 3 out, tailed off and pulled up opened 6/1
F 7 Micro Mission (IRE) C Grant 7 10-2 Henry Brooke 17/2
SP 17/2 Towards rear, fell 6th opened 9/1

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £9.90 Tote Place £2.50 £2.30 £3.10 Straight Forecast £31.50 Exacta £33.80 Trifecta £79.70 Swingers 1&2 £2.10, 2&3 £6.60, 1&3 £20.20

Placepot £88.10, Pool: £59196.75, 490.45 winning tickets
Quadpot £48.00, Pool: £3526.4, 54.35 winning tickets

Analysis

Jan Faltejsek: "In some ways he is like Orphee Des Blins, an extraordinary horse. It was brilliant to win last Sunday and I know I am based in France, but I prefer riding at places like Kelso."

George Charlton: "He loves it here and for once everything went our way. He's not even blowing after that and he could go to Cheltenham or even come back to Kelso or go to France next - we'll take it one race at time."