16:50 Amiens Sat 3 November 2018

  • Petit St-jean Maiden Stakes
  • 1m 6f 91y, Good to Soft
  • 13 Runners
  • Winner€10,080.002nd€3,200.003rd€1,600.004th€1,120.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:16:53:16
1st
5
(8)
7/4f
2nd
1 ½
2
(2)
13/2
3rd
1 ¼
3
(4)
7/1
4th
2 ½
11
(9)
12/1
5th
½
4
(5)
4/1
6th
8
1
(7)
15/2
7th
2 ½
13
(12)
40/1
8th
1 ¼
10
(6)
40/1
9th
6
9
(1)
14/1
10th
99
6
(11)
28/1
11th
5
12
(10)
16/1
12th
20
7
(13)
40/1
13th
2 ½
8
(3)
50/1

Betting Breakdown

€13.94

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