13:55 Newbury Sat 2 April 2005

  • Old Shires Thanks Customers Juvenile Novices' Handicap Hdle
  • 2m 3f, Good, Good to Soft in places
  • 9 Runners
  • Surface: unknown

Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:-
4th
1.25
6
9/1
T: P ButlerJ: R Lucey-Butler
Led until 6th, prominent, ridden approaching 3 out, one pace
5th
12
3
7/1
T: R RoweJ: Jim Crowley
Held up, headway after 7th, soon ridden, weakened approaching 2 out
6th
2.5
9
25/1
T: R RoweJ: P J Brennan
Chased leaders, ridden approaching 8th, weakened after 3 out
7th
5
5
10/1
T: Mrs P N DutfieldJ: 
Held up and never dangerous

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