14:40 Newcastle Sat 1 December 2018

  • Ryder Architecture EBF 'National Hunt' Maiden Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 98y, Soft (Good to Soft in places)
  • 11 Runners
  • Winner£4,094.002nd£1,202.003rd£601.004th£301.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:4m 18.3sOff time:14:42:04
1st
2
4/6f
T: N J HendersonJ: B J Geraghty
Tracked leaders, keen early, led 2 out, strongly challenged last, ran on well op 8/11 tchd 8/13
2nd
1 ¾
5
5/2
T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton
Mid-division, headway 3 out, chased leaders next, stayed on well, never reached winner op 10/3
3rd
nk
9
12/1
T: Mrs S J SmithJ: Danny Cook
In touch, headway 3 out, every chance from next until kept on same pace closing stages
4th
6
8
15/2
T: C L TizzardJ: R M Power
Led until after 2nd, chased leaders, every chance 2 out, weakened before last tchd 13/2
5th
nk
3
33/1
T: Richard HobsonJ: A P Cawley
Prominent, hit 1st, led before 3 out, headed next, weakened last tchd 28/1
6th
9
10
40/1
T: Stef KeniryJ: Sean Quinlan
Mid-division, mistake 3 out, never on terms op 33/1
7th
1
4
50/1
T: Katie ScottJ: S Mulqueen (3)
Behind, headway 2 out, never dangerous
8th
2
11
40/1
T: N G RichardsJ: C O'Farrell
Keen in rear, never dangerous tchd 50/1
9th
1 ¾
6
100/1
10th
hd
1
25/1
T: Oliver GreenallJ: W T Kennedy
Mid-division, weakened after 4 out tchd 33/1
11th
25
7
66/1
T: Mrs A HamiltonJ: Ross Chapman (3)
Mid-division, keen, headway to lead after 2nd, headed before 3 out, weakened quickly tchd 50/1

Betting Breakdown

£1.60£1.02, £1.20, £2.80
£2.90£11.70£2.66£1.20, £3.60, £4.10

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