21:17 Newcastle Sat 14 July 2018

  • 480m
  • A4
  • 1st £131, Others £30 Race Total £281

Final Result

Winning time:29.33sOff time:21:17:23
1st
1
Mill Brianna9/2
Split: 4.79Time: 29.33s
T: K A MacariLed4
2nd
1 ¼
6
Indias Boy11/4
Split: 4.83Time: 29.43s
T: D CalvertWide,RanOn
3rd
1 ¼
5
Newlawn Nancy3/1
Split: 4.74Time: 29.53s
T: A HarrisonEveryChance
4th
¾
4
Fenceside Bliss2/1
Split: 4.86Time: 29.59s
T: M WalshSAw,Wide2
5th
hd
2
Dodgers Bruno9/4
Split: 4.78Time: 29.61s
T: A HarrisonEveryChance
6th
sh
3
Nickoff Bingo5/1
Split: 4.63Time: 29.62s
T: M WalshQAw,LedTo4

Race Details

  • Winning TrainerK A Macari
  • Winning Time29.33s
  • Runners6 ran
  • Distances1 ¼, 1 ¼, ¾, hd, sh
  • Off Time20:17:23
  • Forecast£27.75
  • Tricast£88.47

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