13:45 Ffos Las Mon 17 December 2018

  • MansionBet Chase (Novices' Limited Handicap) (Class 4)
  • 2m 4f 199y, Heavy
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner£5,458.002nd£1,603.003rd£801.004th£401.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:5m 51.75sOff time:13:45:27
1st
4
4/1
T: Miss V WilliamsJ: R T Dunne
Led in start, held up in rear, steady headway 9th, challenged in 2nd and mistake last, stayed on to lead post op 5/1 tchd 11/2
2nd
nse
8
9/4f
T: P BowenJ: Sean Bowen
Led leaders, led 4th, ridden and strongly pressed last, kept on gamely, headed post op 15/8 tchd 7/4
3rd
3
1
20/1
T: P C DandoJ: Mr B R Jones (7)
Held up early, headway chasing leaders 3rd, went 2nd between last 2 until the last where every chance and stumbled, one pace in 3rd run-in tchd 25/1
4th
2 ¼
7
12/1
T: Kerry LeeJ: Brendan Powell
Raced keenly, tended to jump right, in touch, headway on outside chasing leaders when went right 8th, went 2nd 3 out, every chance when went right and pecked 2 out, weakened approaching last op 9/1
5th
10
6
14/1
T: D A ReesJ: T Scudamore
Tracked leaders on inside, weakened 4 out, mistake next op 10/1
6th
sh
2
11/4
T: H WhittingtonJ: Harry Bannister
Led until 4th, chased leader until 3 out, chased leaders, weakened before next op 3/1 tchd 5/2 and tchd 7/2
7th
9
3
7/1
T: C J MannJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Chased leaders, jumped slowly and pushed along 7th, weakened bypassing omitted 3 out op 9/1
8th
21
5
14/1
T: Evan WilliamsJ: Adam Wedge
Held up towards rear, some headway tracking leaders 6th, weakened 4 out, tailed off op 13/2 tchd 6/1

Betting Breakdown

£5.50£1.40, £1.30, £4.40
£17.20£174.40£14.25£158.36£2.60, £17.20, £6.40

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