Mallard Pawnbrokers Hunters' Chase 2m 7f 110y

  • (6yo+, 2m 7f 110y, Class 3, 7 runners)
  • Winner £9,105 2nd £2,844 3rd £1,422 4th £711 5th £356
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 6m 18.50s
  • Off time: 15:15:58

Full Result

15:15 Leicester
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 5 Current Exchange (IRE) Mrs S Crow 9 12-0 Mr P Gerety (7) 5/2f
SP 5/2f Held up in touch, pecked 1st, challenged 13th, led before 3 out, ridden and edged left approaching 2 out, hung left before last, soon headed, stayed on under strong pressure to lead again close home opened 3/1
2nd nk 7 Court Red Handed (IRE) Mrs S Case 9 11-10 t Mr M J P Kendrick (7) 6/1
SP 6/1 Held up in touch, close 3rd when mistake 12th, outpaced 4 out, rallied last, stayed on well flat, went 2nd close home, just held opened 13/2
3rd ½ 1 Benedictus (IRE) Jack Barber 9 12-4 Mr J Barber (5) 3/1
SP 3/1 Held up in touch, jumped slowly and lost place 4th, headway from 11th, challenged 2 out, led when jumped left last, ridden and hung right flat, headed close home opened 10/3
4th 6 3 Little Legend Miss C Haydon 10 12-4 p Miss C Haydon (5) 4/1
SP 4/1 Led, headed before 3 out, no extra flat
PU 2 Island Life (IRE) S Flook 11 12-4 b Mr W Telfer (7) 25/1
SP 25/1 Prominent, challenged 6th, blundered 12th, soon lost place, weakened 14th, pulled up before 4 out
PU 8 Lady Myfanwy Mrs M Miles 13 11-7 Miss H Lewis (7) 33/1
SP 33/1 Prominent until 7th, pushed along after next, driven and losing touch after 9th, behind 13th, soon pulled up
PU 4 What A Laugh G Hanmer 9 12-4 Mr W Biddick 4/1
SP 4/1 Held up on outside, jumped slightly left, headway 9th, ridden after 3 out, 5th and weakening when pulled up before last opened 7/2
NR 6 How's My Friend J G Cann 9 12-0 Miss A Bush (7)

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £3.10 Tote Place £1.50 £3.80 Straight Forecast £18.03 Exacta £24.10 Trifecta £86.60 Swingers 1&2 £4.10, 2&3 £6.60, 1&3 £3.40

Placepot £1,653.50, Pool: £66118.19, 29.19 winning tickets
Quadpot £42.20, Pool: £6109.61, 107.02 winning tickets

Analysis

Sheila Crow: "He's a very genuine horse. He will always try his best and is never far away. We'll have to think where we go with him now. It was either Cheltenham or here and Alistair (Crow, husband) said he thought we could win here and perhaps finish third at Cheltenham. This was a good race and it's always nice to beat good horses. I didn't think he'd like the ground as heavy as it is, but he's a toughie."