14:00 Ludlow Mon 3 April 2017

  • Oyster Communications Novices' Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 5f 55y, Good to Soft (Good in places)
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£3,899.002nd£1,145.003rd£572.004th£286.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:5m 11.0sOff time:14:00:50
1st
3
15/8f
T: N A Twiston-DaviesJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Made all, set steady pace until quickened 4 out, clear after 2 out, readily op 5/2 tchd 7/4
2nd
8
4
9/2
T: Kerry LeeJ: J E Moore
Tracked leader, mistake 5th, effort 2 out, kept on same pace op 11/4
3rd
3 ¾
1
11/4
T: P J HobbsJ: R Johnson
Held up in rear, headway 4 out, chased leaders approaching next, never a threat tchd 5/2 and tchd 3/1
4th
9
2
11/2
T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton
Held up in touch, under pressure 3 out, no impression op 6/1
5th
15
6
200/1
T: Lady S BrookeJ: Miss L Brooke (7)
Took keen hold, tracked leaders, mistake 4 out, soon weakened, behind when hampered 2 out

Also Ran

F
5
1011-0
8/1
T: A PhillipsJ: Sean Bowen
Tracked leaders, driven in 3rd when fell 2 out tchd 9/1
PU
7
610-7
100/1
T: David LoughnaneJ: A P Cawley
Pulled hard in rear, slow 1st, headway to track leader approaching and jumped right 3rd, weakening before and blundered 5 out, pulled up next

Betting Breakdown

£3.00£2.00, £1.90
£9.40£24.30£9.57£1.80, £1.40, £2.00

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