15:07 Henlow Sun 15 July 2018

  • 460m
  • A5
  • 1st £125, Others £40 Race Total £325

Final Result

Winning time:28.25sOff time:15:07:18
Jet Stream Blake11/8
Split: 3.74Time: 28.25s
T: C A GrassoQAw,EP,ALd
Mustang Hangover10/1
Split: 3.82Time: 28.34s
T: J BloomfieldRanOn
2 ½
Ballymac Senora7/1
Split: 3.83Time: 28.53s
T: D NewberryFcdToCk3
3 ¾
Winetavern Jaffa3/1
Split: 3.87Time: 28.83s
T: C A GrassoBmp1,Crd2
Jerrys Delight7/2
Split: 3.91Time: 28.92s
T: T A StoweBmp1
1 ¾
Savana Biddy5/1
Split: 4.01Time: 29.06s
T: D HenrySAw,Crd2

Race Details

  • Winning TrainerC A Grasso
  • Winning Time28.25s
  • Runners6 ran
  • Distances1, 2 ½, 3 ¾, 1, 1 ¾
  • Off Time14:07:18
  • Forecast£17.33
  • Tricast£69.28

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