18:45 Fontwell Wed 9 May 2018

  • Follow At myracingtips On Twitter Maiden Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 1f 162y, Good ( Good to Firm in places)
  • 12 Runners
  • Winner£4,094.002nd£1,202.003rd£601.004th£301.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:4m 21.9sOff time:18:45:30
1st
5
20/1
T: O SherwoodJ: Thomas Garner (3)
Held up in mid-division, headway after 5th, challenged from last, stayed on, led post op 25/1
2nd
sh
2
6/4f
T: D SkeltonJ: Bridget Andrews (3)
Led, headed before 2 out, rallied last, soon led, headed post op 5/4
3rd
1 ¼
3
15/8
T: G L MooreJ: A Glassonbury
Tracked leaders, went 2nd before 4 out, led approaching 2 out, headed soon after last, stayed on same pace op 2/1 tchd 9/4
4th
2 ½
7
7/2
T: John BerryJ: Jack Quinlan
In touch, not fluent, outpaced after 3 out, mistake last, kept on, went 4th close home op 9/2
5th
nk
8
10/1
T: H TettJ: M D Grant
In touch, ridden after 3 out, mistake last, stayed on same pace flat tchd 12/1
6th
5
9
510-12
28/1
T: Mrs S GardnerJ: Lucy Gardner (3)
Tracked leader until before 4 out, beaten 2 out, weakened flat op 40/1
7th
13
4
611-2
25/1
T: J W MullinsJ: Kevin Jones (5)
In rear, not fluent 1st, 7th and ridden after 3 out, no impression op 33/1
8th
25
11
66/1
T: R RoweJ: J M Davies
Always towards rear op 100/1
9th
1 ¾
10
810-9
150/1
10th
1 ½
12
50/1
11th
¾
1
200/1
T: D C O'BrienJ: Mr J Pearce (7)
Held up in touch in mid-division, lost place 6th, well beaten 3 out

Also Ran

F
6
100/1
T: P HendersonJ: T J O'Brien
Held up in mid-division, no impression 3 out, fell 2 out

Betting Breakdown

£32.30£6.70, £1.10, £1.10
£105.60£407.30£53.25£7.20, £22.80, £1.10

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