18:38 Pimlico Sun 13 May 2018

  • Race 2 - Claiming
  • 5f, Sloppy (Muddy)
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner$14,490.002nd$4,599.003rd$2,300.004th$1,611.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:18:40:26
1st
6
(6)
7/2
2nd
1
(1)
5/6f
3rd
7
(7)
9/2
4th
4
(4)
8/1

Also Ran

N/A
10
(10)
12/1
N/A
12
(12)
14/1

Non-Runners

NR
2
Daniel Le Deux
78-8
15/1
T: Ann MerrymanJ: Forest Boyce
NR
3
Jose Sea View
88-4
15/1
T: Bruno TessoreJ: Jorge Ruiz
NR
5
Hymn's Sylvia
98-4
15/1
T: Timothy SheaJ: Anna Carrow (7)
NR
8
Team Tim
78-8
6/1
T: Damon DilodovicoJ: Steve Hamilton
NR
9
Hickory Hill
78-8
5/2
T: Emanuel GeralisJ: Edgar Prado
NR
11
What The Chub
98-8
8/1
T: Michael MooreJ: Jorge Vargas Jr
NR
13
Silent Tale
118-4
6/1
T: Patrick NueschJ: Alcibiades Cortez
NR
14
Poised For Action
68-8
10/1
T: John ServisJ: Feargal Lynch

Betting Breakdown

$4.00
$7.48

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