14:30 Fontwell Sun 9 September 2018

  • Happy 60th Birthday Geoff Yates Juvenile Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 1f 162y, Good (Good to Firm in Places)
  • 14 Runners
  • Winner£4,094.002nd£1,202.003rd£601.004th£450.005th£450.006th£450.007th£450.008th£450.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:4m 19.8sOff time:14:31:05
1st
8
16/1
T: G L MooreJ: J E Moore
Mid-division, chased leaders 4th, driven to lead narrowly approaching 2 out, ridden and headed between last 2, stayed on well towards stands side flat, led again near finish
2nd
½
10
5/4f
T: Dr R D P NewlandJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Not fluent 1st, raced keenly, tracked leaders, challenged approaching 2 out, ridden to lead between last 2, stayed on towards far side flat, headed near finish op 6/4
3rd
2 ½
1
310-12
33/1
T: R HughesJ: Brendan Powell
Chased leaders, outpaced 3 out, rallied and every chance on outside next, one pace in 3rd when switched left between last 2, no impression before last op 40/1
4th
8
2
8/1
T: W GreatrexJ: R Johnson
Held up towards rear, hit 3 out, headway under pressure before next, soon ridden, went 4th before last, kept on same pace, never threatened leaders
5th
1 ¼
5
310-12
25/1
T: D PipeJ: David Noonan
Mid-division, chased leaders after 3 out, ridden and kept on same pace from after next, never on terms op 11/1
6th
8
9
20/1
T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton
Towards rear, struggling 3 out, plugged on from next, never nearer op 16/1
7th
3
12
50/1
T: B R MillmanJ: R T Dunne
Pressed leader, led 3rd, headed approaching 2 out, soon weakened op 33/1
8th
2 ¼
6
50/1
T: Miss Amy MurphyJ: Jack Quinlan
Led narrowly to 3rd, tracked leader, effort to challenge after 3 out, lost place next, soon ridden and weakened op 66/1
9th
4 ½
3
15/8
T: N J HendersonJ: Nico de Boinville
Chased leaders, reminders after 5th, never able to get on terms, weakened 2 out op 9/4
10th
8
11
50/1
T: Mark GillardJ: J M Davies
Always towards rear, outpaced 3 out, beaten when went left next tchd 66/1
11th
7
4
20/1
T: D SkeltonJ: Bridget Andrews
Keen early, held up, always behind tchd 22/1
12th
15
13
50/1
T: D SkeltonJ: Conor Shoemark
Always behind, tailed off 3 out op 66/1

Also Ran

PU
7
100/1
T: J R BoyleJ: L P Aspell
Never better than mid-division, weakened 3 out, tailed off when pulled up before next
PU
14
200/1
T: Mark GillardJ: Harry Stock (5)
Always behind, struggling after 6th, tailed off 3 out, pulled up before next

Betting Breakdown

£13.30£3.40, £1.10, £6.90
£34.00£1,344.10£35.99£4.70, £31.80, £31.80

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