Tiquer

  • Age11 (Foaled 3rd April 2008)
  • TrainerA E Jones
  • SexGelding
  • SireEquerry
  • DamTirenna
  • OwnerBurnham P & D Ltd
Date PosBHATypeRace DetailsSP
08/12/184/11130CHASEAintree, 2m 5f 19y, Soft, C240/1
26/04/184/4130CHASEPerth, 2m 4f 20y, Soft (Heavy in places), C26/4
24/03/181/7123CHASENewbury, 2m 3f 187y, Soft, C29/1
11/11/177/12123CHASEAintree, 2m 3f 200y, Soft (Good to Soft in places), C240/1
03/03/171/6113CHASEDoncaster, 2m 3f 31y, Soft, C43/1
01/01/173/11113CHASEExeter, 2m 3f 48y, Soft (Good to Soft in places), C44/1
20/11/161/10106CHASEUttoxeter, 2m 4f 0y, Soft (Heavy in places), C416/1
31/12/154/4108CHASEUttoxeter, 1m 7f 214y, Heavy, C48/1
05/06/154/7108CHASEMarket Rasen, 2m 3f 34y, Good (Good to Firm in places), C48/1
28/03/151/792CHASEUttoxeter, 2m 4f 0y, Soft, C49/2
04/01/15PU94CHASEPlumpton, 2m 4f 0y, Soft, Heavy in places, C44/1
25/09/14PU99CHASEPerth, 2m 4f 110y, Good to Soft, Soft in places, C43/1
15/03/142/895CHASEUttoxeter, 2m 4f 0y, Good to Soft, Soft in places, C46/1
31/01/14-95JUMPChepstow, C414/1
10/12/136/1399CHASEUttoxeter, 2m 4f 0y, Soft, Good to Soft in places, C533/1
17/09/13PU104CHASEStratford, 2m 7f 0y, Good to Soft, Soft in places, C433/1
29/10/129/15-CHASEBangor-on-Dee, 2m 4f 110y, Good to Soft, C4100/1
09/06/12PU-HURDLEWorcester, 2m 4f 0y, Good, Good to Soft in places, C420/1
04/05/129/11-HURDLEBangor-on-Dee, 2m 4f 0y, Good to Soft, C425/1
05/02/12--HURDLEPau, 2m 1f 87y, Standard10/1

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Young Wolf
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The Butcher Said
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Throckley
J: P J Brennan
3
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King Golan
J: Alison Clarke

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