William Hill Bet On The Move Handicap 7f 50y

  • (3yo+, 7f 50y, Class 4, 7 runners)
  • Winner £4,852 2nd £1,444 3rd £722 4th £361
  • Going: Good to Firm (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 1m 30.14s
  • Off time: 16:30:10

Full Result

16:30 Ayr
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (1) 4 Rasaman (IRE) J S Goldie 9 9-4 G Lee 8/1
SP 8/1 Close up, effort between horses to lead inside final furlong, ran on opened 17/2
2nd (9) 5 Jinky Miss L A Perratt 5 9-2 T Eaves 10/1
SP 10/1 In touch in rear, headway 2f out, ridden and every chance entering final furlong, stayed on one pace opened 11/1
3rd (8) ¾ 1 Fieldgunner Kirkup (GER) T D Barron 5 10-0 Gemma Tutty (7) 9/1
SP 9/1 Keen close up on outer until dropped to rear over 5f out, headway and not clear entering final furlong, went 3rd towards finish opened 10/1
4th (3) ½ 2 Kingscroft (IRE) M Johnston 5 9-13 J Fanning 5/4f
SP 5/4f Tracked leaders, ridden 2f out, kept on same pace final furlong £1100-£800
5th (6) s.h 7 Orpsie Boy (IRE) Mrs R Carr 10 8-11 Julie Burke (3) 14/1
SP 14/1 Tracked leaders, ridden 2f out, kept on same pace final furlong
6th (7) ¾ 3 Orbit The Moon (IRE) M Dods 5 9-7 pt Connor Beasley (7) 7/2
SP 7/2 Led over 5f out, ridden over 2f out, headed and no extra inside final furlong opened 10/3
7th (2) nk 9 Polish Crown M Johnston 3 8-2 D Fentiman 10/1
SP 10/1 Led, headed over 5f out, tracked leader, ridden and every chance over 1f out, no extra towards finish opened 16/1 touched 9/1
NR (4) 6 Hot Rod Mamma (IRE) Mrs Dianne Sayer 6 9-2 P McDonald
NR (5) 8 Mowhoob J S Goldie 3 8-7 A Elliott

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £12.80 Tote Place £5.40 £6.50 Straight Forecast £78.55 Exacta £68.60 Trifecta £408.30 Swingers 1&2 £7.50, 2&3 £11.00, 1&3 £9.90

Placepot £207.70, Pool: £60981.14, 214.25 winning tickets
Quadpot £122.90, Pool: £5080.48, 30.57 winning tickets

Analysis

Jim Goldie: "Graham (Lee) is top class and has ridden him a lot. To start with he didn't use to like him as he's so unpredictable in the stalls, but he's now getting a great tune out of him. He sat and waited, the gap came and through he popped. The horse has plenty of ability and we'll keep him at six or seven. He likes a bit of pace to run at. We were a bit concerned he was travelling too well but he stuck on."