16:35 Folkestone Tue 20 April 2010

  • Totepool A Better Way To Bet Maiden Stakes (Class 5)
  • 1m 4f, Good to Firm, Firm in places
  • 4 Runners
  • Surface: unknown

Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:-
1st
1
(3)
11/8
T: M JohnstonJ: L Dettori
Tracked leader, pushed along 4f out, ridden to lead approaching 2f out, in commad over 1f out, ran green and eased inside final furlong
2nd
8
4
(5)
15/8
T: M R ChannonJ: A Munro
Led, ridden and headed approching 2f out, hung left and no extra final furlong
3rd
14
2
(1)
40/1
T: Dr J R J NaylorJ: K Ghunowa
Held up, went 3rd 4f out, ridden and outpaced by leading pair 2f out
4th
15
3
(2)
9/4
T: Sir H R A CecilJ: E Ahern
Close up, ridden and outpaced over 3f out

Non-Runners

NR
5
Aintgottaname
8-2
T: M McGrathJ: N Mackay

Betting Breakdown

£4.38

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