22:01 Poole Sat 30 November 2019

  • 450m
  • HP
  • 1st £112, 2nd £32, Others £28 Race Total £256

Final Result

Winning time:27.41sOff time:22:06:51
1st
4
Chadwell Saoirse7/4
Split: Time: 27.41s
T: G C WrightCrdStt,Led4
2nd
2
1
Glenbrenton Ivy9/4
Split: Time: 27.57s
T: D O PearceLedTo4
3rd
1 ¼
6
Shesacharmer2/1
Split: Time: 27.67s
T: D G MitchellRanOn
4th
2 ½
3
Lilys Storm3/1
Split: Time: 27.87s
T: K DodingtonW&CrdStt

Non Runners

2
Ide Poady
Split: Time:
T: P R Chatfield
5
Ide Mul Rock
Split: Time:
T: P R Chatfield

Race Details

  • Winning TrainerG C Wright
  • Winning Time27.41s
  • Runners6 ran
  • Distances2, 1 ¼, 2 ½
  • Off Time22:06:51
  • Forecast£6.95
  • Tricast£0.00

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