15:40 Uttoxeter Sun 27 May 2018

  • Clarke Chase (Handicap) (For The Sir Stanley And Lady Clarke Challenge Trophy) (Class 2)
  • 2m 4f, Good (Good to Soft in places)
  • 17 Runners
  • Winner£24,864.002nd£7,356.003rd£3,676.004th£1,836.005th£920.006th£464.007th£232.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:4m 53.2sOff time:15:41:33
1st
12
810-12
10/1
T: H FryJ: Miss A B O'Connor (7)
Chased leaders, closed before 3 out, challenged 2 out, soon led but pressed, stayed on well, in command close home op 9/1
2nd
1
11
16/1
T: C L TizzardJ: D A Jacob
Held up towards rear, not fluent 4th, headway before 3 out, challenged 2 out, every chance flat, held close home op 18/1
3rd
2
1
33/1
T: C E LongsdonJ: J J Burke
Mid-division, headway on inside 9th, not fluent 3 out, went 3rd last, stayed on op 25/1
4th
3
3
7/1
T: N J HendersonJ: Nico de Boinville
Led, pressed from 3 out, headed after next, stayed on same pace op 8/1
5th
hd
9
28/1
T: David DennisJ: T J O'Brien
In touch, ridden before 3 out, stayed on same pace op 25/1 tchd 33/1
6th
1
17
7/1
T: Ian WilliamsJ: W T Kennedy
Behind, not fluent 2nd or 6th, headway from 3 out, stayed on, never nearer op 13/2 tchd 6/1
7th
1 ¼
7
10/1
T: D SkeltonJ: Bridget Andrews
Prominent, went 2nd 5th, disputing 3rd and held when mistake last, no extra flat
8th
2
2
10/1
T: N P MulhollandJ: R T Dunne
Held up towards rear, headway before 3 out, no impression next op 12/1
9th
1
16
12/1
T: T R GeorgeJ: P J Brennan
Held up towards rear, headway after 10th, driven and one pace 2 out, no extra last, edged left flat op 11/1
10th
3
13
14/1
T: A RalphJ: Lee Edwards
Mid-division, headway 7th, chasing leaders when blundered badly 3 out, soon beaten op 12/1
11th
3 ¼
4
16/1
T: H FryJ: N P Madden
Slowly away, behind, mistake 10th, never dangerous tchd 20/1
12th
3 ¼
8
10/1
T: P F NichollsJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Mid-division, not fluent 8th, weakened after 10th op 11/1
13th
4 ½
10
1010-13
22/1
T: D PipeJ: T Scudamore
Mid-division, not fluent 5th, weakened 10th op 20/1
14th
8
6
16/1
T: Miss E C LavelleJ: Adam Wedge
Chased leaders, slow 7th, lost place after 10th, soon weakened
15th
19
15
14/1
T: P BowenJ: Sean Bowen
Tracked leader, not fluent 3rd or 4th, lost 2nd next, lost place before 3 out, soon weakened, tailed off
16th
9
5
25/1
T: N P MulhollandJ: James Best
Mid-division on outside, not fluent 5th, mistake 7th, weakened after next, clambered over 2 out, tailed off tchd 28/1
17th
23
14
13/2f
T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton
Tracked leaders on outside, lost place before 4th, closed 6th, not fluent next, pushed along when mistake 10th, so0n weakened, tailed off op 15/2

Non-Runners

NR
18
Marquis Of Carabas
910-0
16/1
T: David DennisJ: Non Runner

Betting Breakdown

£10.70£3.50, £5.00, £9.50, £2.60
£235.00£1,125.40£157.91£5,069.65£31.30, £39.80, £39.80

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