- Date: 04 May 2021
- Going: Races 1-2: SOFT, Remainder: HEAVY
- Surface: Turf
- Status: Completed
100% Racingtv Profits Back To Racing Open National Hunt Flat (5) (D.i) (Class 5)
- Distance: 2m
- Age: 4 years old+
- Runners: 9
- Prize: £3,500
- Race status: Weighed In
Yorgunnabelucky gelding. Dam lightly raced on Flat. Interesting newcomer with Brian Hughes up.
Fair form in bumpers in Ireland. Probably needs a bit more to take this.
|13/04/21||Fairyhouse||8/16||Bumper||2m||Gd/Sft||11st 12lbs||Mr J. Dunne||34|
|21/02/21||Navan||5/10||Bumper||1m 7f 170y||Heavy||12st 1lbs||Mr Pat Taaffe||49.38|
Green before finishing strongly on debut at Newcastle but well held at Catterick 77 days ago. More needed.
|16/02/21||Catterick Bridge||7/8||Bumper||1m 7f 156y||Heavy||11st 2lbs||Harry Reed||15.68|
|10/12/20||Newcastle||5/12||Bumper||2m 46y||Soft||11st 0lbs||Harry Reed||23.7|
Dam, little form over hurdles, half-sister to useful hurdler/fair chaser (stayed 3m) Tisrabraq. Well ridden to make a winning debut at Newcastle in December. That race hasn't worked out.
|19/12/20||Newcastle||1/9||Bumper||1m 6f 66y||Soft||10st 12lbs||Sam Coltherd||20.09|
€39,000 3-y-o, Milan gelding. Closely related to fairly useful hurdler Oscar Tanner. 25/1, promise on debut at Kelso in February, staying on gradually and not knocked about. Entitled to improve.
|19/02/21||Kelso||3/9||Bumper||2m 51y||Heavy||11st 4lbs||Henry Brooke||34.61|
18/1, promise on debut at Catterick in March, showing plenty to work on, lasting as a contender for a long way. Likely to improve.
|10/03/21||Catterick Bridge||5/9||Bumper||1m 7f 156y||Soft||10st 8lbs||Joe Williamson||24|
12/1, in the process of showing ability when he was held back by quite major inexperience on debut at Hexham in March, hanging badly right home turn. Capable of better if that was just greenness.
|31/03/21||Hexham||8/9||Bumper||2m 48y||Gd/Sft||11st 4lbs||Danny McMenamin||13.78|
Yeats gelding. Closely related to useful hurdler Master Malt and bumper winner Echo Springs, stayed 3m, and half-brother to a winner.
Mahler gelding. Half-brother to useful hurdler/fairly useful chaser Scotchtown, stays 3¼m. Dam 25f chase winner.
LARGY TRAIN represents a trainer/jockey combination who struck with a winning bumper newcomer at the Scottish National meeting here last month and a big run could be on the way. Sir Jimmy Allen and Ned Tanner both shaped well first time up and can improve.