totequadpot Four Places In Four Races Handicap 1m 2f 6y

  • (3yo+, 1m 2f 6y, Class 3, 7 runners)
  • Winner £12,450 2nd £3,728 3rd £1,864 4th £932 5th £466 6th £234
  • Going: Good, Good to Firm in places (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 2m 11.46s
  • Off time: 15:12:02

Full Result

15:10 Pontefract
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (1) 3 Epic Battle (IRE) G G Margarson 4 9-7 K Fallon 20/1
SP 20/1 Tracked leaders, pushed along from 3f out, switched right and headway to chase leader over 1f out, driven to lead final 75 yards, ran on opened 16/1
2nd (2) nk 4 Legal Waves (IRE) G A Swinbank 4 9-3 B A Curtis 20/1
SP 20/1 Keen in touch, ridden and headway over 1f out, pressing leaders when rider dropped whip approaching final furlong, every chance inside final furlong, ran on opened 18/1 touched 25/1
3rd (3) s.h 2 Cactus Valley (IRE) R Charlton 5 10-0 James Doyle 7/1
SP 7/1 Slowly into stride, held up in rear, ridden 2f out, headway on outer entering final furlong, ran on, not reach leaders opened 8/1 £2700-£300
4th (4) ½ 1 Hit The Jackpot (IRE) D O'Meara 5 10-3 D Tudhope 15/8
SP 15/8 Soon led, ridden 2f out, headed final 75 yards, no extra opened 9/4 £750-£300
5th (5) ¾ 6 Correggio Micky Hammond 4 9-1 P McDonald 10/1
SP 10/1 In touch, pushed along over 2f out, ridden and headway over 1f out, no impression towards finish opened 12/1
6th (7) 10 7 Comedy King (IRE) L M Cumani 3 8-10 Andrea Atzeni 13/8f
SP 13/8f Raced wide close up, ridden over 2f out, weakened approaching final furlong opened 11/8
7th (6) 5 Life And Times (USA) M Johnston 6 9-2 S De Sousa 12/1
SP 12/1 Taken to post early, tracked leader, ridden over 2f out, weakened approaching final furlong opened 11/1 touched 14/1

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £14.60 Tote Place £5.70,£3.90 Straight Forecast £309.54 Exacta £120.50 Trifecta £490.60 Swingers 1&2:£12.50 2&3:£6.70 1&3:£8.00

Placepot £335.40, Pool: £67980.92, 147.95 winning tickets
Quadpot £109.90, Pool: £3594.68, 24.2 winning tickets


George Margarson: "It was an epic battle, especially that last half a furlong, and he's quite a lazy horse. He won three times for William Haggas and the owners have kindly sent him to me. I thought he might need it, but he has been working quite well. I had him in the Duke of Edinburgh at Royal Ascot. He didn't get in off his current mark and that could be next year's plan."