By Andrew Atkinson

York – Harry Three lands 19 runners Spring Handicap

Ryan Moore: Harry Three tipped by York win. Photo: Twitter

Harry Three (15-2) tipped by landed the 19 runners C3 Pavers Foundation Catherine Memorial Spring Handicap over 6 furlongs at York on Saturday.

Clive Cox trained three-year-old Harry Three, with Ryan Moore up, was towards the rear, pushed along 2 furlongs out, running on well 1f out, to go on to win by 2 3/4, ahead of Lucky Man (16-1), with Devaste (16-1), third.

Dani Barcelona Downpatrick victory

Willie Mullins trained Dani Barcelona (9-2) tipped by won the EBF Mares Maiden Hurdle over 2m 2f at Downpatrick on Saturday.

Six-year-old Dani Barcelona under 11st 7lbs, ridden by 7lbs claimer Sean Cleary Farrell, backed from 6-1, lead four out to go clear gaining a 10 lengths win ahead of 50-1 shot Sula Warrior, with 11-4 favourite North Of Nashville, third.

Selection, Henry de Bromhead trained Ingenious Stroke (4-1) finished third in the Steel Lintels Handicap hurdle won by Peckham Springs (13-2).

Selection, Light Heidi (2.55) was a non-runner.

Onward Route Hexham win

Rebecca Minnie’s trained Onward Route (11-10f) tipped by landed the Download At The Races App Novices Hurdle over 2 miles at Hexham on Saturday.

Eight-year-old Onward Route, ridden by champion jockey Brian Hughes, made all and stayed on to return a 7 lengths win ahead of Pavlik, under Ryan Mania, with Miss Amelia, third.

Bestarius (11-4) tipped each-way, with Tom Midgley up, finished third in the Visit Hexham Handicap hurdle over 2m won by Hats Off To Larry (12-1).

Marhaba Ashmayme Limerick win

Billy Lee rode tip Marhaba Ashmayme to victory in the Irish Stallions Farms EBF Maiden over 1mile at Limerick on Saturday.

Three-year-old Marhaba Ashmayme (6-5f) trained by K. Condon, was prominent and led after one furlong to win by 1 3/4 lengths ahead of 33-1 shot Blackberry Jack.

Mary Salone (5-2) from 3-1 tipped each-way finished second behind Church Mountain (7-1) in the Limerick Racecourse Handicap over 1m.

Selection, Joseph O’Brien trained All Things Nice (2.05) 85-40f, finished second in the Irish EBF Median Sires Series Fillies Maiden over 7f, beaten a length by Kayhana (7-1).

Honiton Sandown Coral Stakes win

Frankie Dettori rode John and Thady Gosden trained Honiton (1-2f) to victory in the C4 Coral Maiden Stakes over 1m 1f at Sandown Park on Saturday.

Three-year-old Honiton was prominent and led in the final furlong to beat Postwick (8-1) by an impressive 9 lengths.

Selection, Live In The Dream (9-4) finished second in the Listed Coral Scurry Stakes over 5 furlongs under Frankie Dettori, won by Roger Varian trained Mitbaahy (9-2) from 6-1.

Boogie Time (11-2) tipped each-way finished fourth in the C4 Coral Handicap over 5f, won by Devil’s Angel, with Sky Bet paying four places.

Windseeker (8-1) tipped each-way by finished second behind 11-10f Golden Voice, when going under by a head in the Coral Racing Handicap over 7 furlongs.

Richard Hannon jnr trained three-year-old Windseeker, ridden by Pat Dobbs, was worn down inside the final furlong by William Haggas trained Golden Voice, under Tom Marquand, to gain victory.

Selection, Arthur’s Realm (2.15) was a non-runner.

Alfred Boucher 25-1 Chester place

Ian Williams trained six-year-old Alfred Boucher (25-1) tipped by finished second behind Soapy Stevens (11-4) in the C2 Edinburgh Gin Boyzlife Handicap over 1m 7f.

Alfred Boucher ridden by Kevin Stott went down by 1 1/2 lengths, having been pushed along inside the final furlong, behind winner Mark Johnston trained Soapy Stevens ridden by Franny Norton.

Bath – Rhyss Clutterbuck rode tip

Orin Swift (9-4) to victory in the Danny McNab Memorial Apprentice Handicap at Bath on Saturday.

Jonathan Portman trained eight-year-old Orin Swift was off the pace early doors, improving 2 furlongs out to lead 1 furlong out, staying on well, gaining a neck victory ahead of Twilight Prince.

King Of War (10-1) tipped each-way finished second 3/4 length behind Richard Hannon jnr trained 5-2 favourite Mount Kosciuszko, under Dane O’Neill.