Bet & Watch With Racing UK's App Handicap (Qualifier For 15,000 Betfair Scottish Mile Series Final) 7f 50y

  • (3yo+, 7f 50y, Class 5, 7 runners)
  • Winner £2,588 2nd £770 3rd £385 4th £192
  • Going: Good to Firm (Watered)
  • Surface: Turf
Weighed In:
  • Winning time: 1m 30.68s
  • Off time: 14:30:29

Full Result

14:30 Ayr
Pos Dist Horse Trainer Age Weight Jockey SP
1st (7) 2 Barney McGrew (IRE) M Dods 10 9-13 P Mulrennan 9/2
SP 9/2 Held up towards rear, headway over 2f out, ridden to challenge over 1f out, led last 150 yards, just held on opened 5/1
2nd (3) hd 1 West Leake Hare (IRE) D Nicholls 4 10-0 P M Quinn 11/8f
SP 11/8f Held up in rear, headway over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, every chance inside final furlong, kept on and just held close home £750-£500 £600-£400
3rd (1) 3 Chookie Avon K Dalgleish 6 9-11 p T Eaves 9/1
SP 9/1 Tracked leaders in 3rd, led 2f out, soon ridden, headed last 150 yards, soon weakened opened 8/1 touched 10/1
4th (6) 6 Beckermet (IRE) Mrs R Carr 11 9-6 J P Sullivan 9/2
SP 9/2 With leader and keen, led over 2f out, headed 2f out, weakened entering final furlong opened 11/2
5th (2) 2 5 Strictly Ballroom (IRE) M Johnston 3 9-7 J Fanning 11/2
SP 11/2 Dwelt, held up towards rear, pushed along and headway over 2f out, ridden 1f out, weakened inside final furlong opened 5/1 touched 6/1
6th (5) 2 7 Conjuror's Bluff F Watson 5 8-9 Declan Cannon (3) 100/1
SP 100/1 Chased leaders in 4th, pushed along over 2f out, weakened over 1f out opened 66/1
7th (4) 4 Silverware (USA) Kristin Stubbs 5 9-11 D Nolan 16/1
SP 16/1 Slowly into stride, pushed along to lead, ridden and headed over 2f out, weakened over 1f out opened 18/1

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win £4.20 Tote Place £1.40 £1.80 Straight Forecast £10.38 Exacta £8.50 Trifecta £59.20 Swingers 1&2 £2.40, 2&3 £3.80, 1&3 £4.00

Placepot £218.60, Pool: £52403.29, 174.95 winning tickets
Quadpot £101.80, Pool: £2697.46, 19.6 winning tickets

Analysis

Michael Dods: "I'm delighted for the old boy. He has done so well down the years, running at a high level, and it's great he's managed to get his head in front again. He's not as quick as he used to be and stepping him up to seven furlongs has just given him a bit more of a chance. He'll no doubt be a bit stiff in the morning, so we'll give him a few easy days before we find something else. Horses like him have a big local following, people back him every time he runs and I'm sure they were getting a bit sick as he hasn't won for so long. It's great he's gone and done it today, he still loves racing and he's like a two-year-old at home. He's a bit of a handful. You wouldn't believe he was a 10-year-old."