20:06 Henlow Tue 3 December 2019

  • 460m
  • A8
  • 1st £110, Others £40 Race Total £310

Final Result

Winning time:28.47sOff time:20:06:38
1st
6
Drumcrow Ringo7/2
Split: 3.85Time: 28.47s
T: S H FletcherEP,LdT1&Fr 1/2
2nd
4 ½
4
Viva Elefatdogg4/1
Split: 3.89Time: 28.83s
T: E J CantillonBmp1,RanOn
3rd
2 ¼
3
Coconut Bay5/2
Split: 3.91Time: 29.01s
T: R JurySAw,Styd
4th
sh
1
Annies Fairies10/1
Split: 3.86Time: 29.02s
T: I M J BartleyEP,Ld1T 1/2
5th
sh
2
Blackwater Blaze5/2
Split: 3.92Time: 29.03s
T: A W CartwrightSAw
6th
2 ¾
5
Salthill Dreamer9/2
Split: 4.02Time: 29.25s
T: R H PeckoverVSAw

Race Details

  • Winning TrainerS H Fletcher
  • Winning Time28.47s
  • Runners6 ran
  • Distances4 ½, 2 ¼, sh, sh, 2 ¾
  • Off Time20:06:38
  • Forecast£22.10
  • Tricast£53.42

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