totepool Medieval Day - Saturday 1st February Handicap Chase 2m 4f 110y

  • (5yo+, 2m 4f 110y, Class 4, 7 runners)
  • Winner £3,970 2nd £1,157 3rd £579
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 5m 35.50s
  • Off time: 12:51:08

Full Result

12:50 Wetherby
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st 8 Sharney Sike W Coltherd 8 10-6 (+2) Daragh Bourke (7) 5/2f
SP 5/2f Held up in touch, mistake 6th, driven to chase leaders 4 out, 1 length down in 2nd when left in narrow lead next, soon ridden, stayed on under pressure flat opened 7/4 touched 11/4
2nd ¾ 4 Be My Deputy (IRE) Miss Lucinda V Russell 9 11-7 b P Buchanan 7/1
SP 7/1 With leader, ridden 4 out, lost place when left 2nd again and in touch 3 out, soon ridden, stayed on and every chance flat, no extra towards finish opened 8/1
3rd 5 Harris Hawk J Wade 9 11-3 B Hughes 5/1
SP 5/1 With leader to 3rd, tracked leaders, reminders 9th, lost place and ridden after 5 out, rallied when left 3rd and close up 3 out, kept on, no extra flat opened 7/1
4th 36 3 Purcell's Bridge (FR) Mrs R Dobbin 7 11-10 h K Renwick 7/1
SP 7/1 Tracked leaders, lost place briefly after 5 out, outpaced next, hampered 3 out, weakened next, tailed off opened 10/1
F 1 Little Glenshee (IRE) N W Alexander 8 11-12 B Harding 4/1
SP 4/1 Made most, driven and 1 length clear when fell 3 out
UR 7 Sir Lynx (IRE) C C Bealby 7 10-8 t T Messenger 25/1
SP 25/1 In touch when blundered and unseated rider 3rd
BD 2 Kykate W Kinsey 8 11-11 t Ryan Mahon 5/1
SP 5/1 Tracked leaders on outside, effort 4 out, 2 lengths down in 3rd and staying on when hampered and brought down next
NR 6 Free World (FR) Lady S Brooke 10 11-1 Miss L Brooke (7)

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £4.30 Tote Place £2.70 £4.40 Straight Forecast £18.65 Exacta £21.30 Trifecta £153.30 Swingers 1&2 £4.20, 2&3 £4.60, 1&3 £4.10

Jackpot £7,100.00, Pool: £10000.0, 1.0 winning tickets
Placepot £55.90, Pool: £76168.25, 994.1 winning tickets
Quadpot £29.90, Pool: £5543.87, 137.0 winning tickets

Analysis

John Hogg: "Daragh said he hated the ground so he's done well to win. I'd imagine the plan will be to step up in trip now. He can't get much of a rise (in the handicap) for that. I couldn't be more pleased."