15:35 Uttoxeter Sat 16 March 2019

  • Marston's 61 Deep Midlands Grand National (Listed Handicap Chase) (Class 1)
  • 4m 2f 8y, Heavy (Soft in places)
  • 19 Runners
  • Winner£84,405.002nd£31,800.003rd£15,915.004th£7,950.005th£3,990.006th£1,995.007th£990.008th£510.00
  • Surface: Turf

Weighed In

Winning time:9m 40.4sOff time:15:37:36
1st
14
20/1
T: Christian WilliamsJ: James Bowen
Chasing leaders 2nd, 3rd 4 out, challenged 3 out, led before last, edged left flat, driven out
2nd
3
2
8/1
T: A J HoneyballJ: Aidan Coleman
Always prominent, led after 11th, headed 16th, led after 4 out, headed before last, switched right flat, held by winner, kept on gamely
3rd
12
17
12/1
T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton
Mid-division, headway 11th, 4th 4 out, 3rd last, plugged on, no impression on front pair op 14/1
4th
3
8
20/1
T: Evan WilliamsJ: Adam Wedge
Held up towards rear, mistake 2nd, headway 15th, 7th 4 out, plugged on, went 4th from last
5th
2 ¼
7
12/1
T: P GundryJ: Thomas Bellamy
Prominent, ridden 20th, 5th and no impression 4 out, plugged on op 16/1
6th
¾
3
6/1f
T: G ElliottJ: D N Russell
Mid-division, mistake 14th, ridden and in touch 19th, lost touch before 4 out, plugged on from 2 out op 7/1

Also Ran

PU
1
911-12
9/1
T: H FryJ: N D Fehily
Held up in mid-division, in rear 13th, pulled up before 16th op 10/1
PU
4
50/1
T: A M HalesJ: C Gethings
Chased leaders, went 2nd before 12th until 14th, pecked 18th, lost place, eased and pulled up before next
PU
5
1010-12
20/1
T: D PipeJ: T Scudamore
Held up towards rear, struggling 16th, pulled up before 20th
PU
6
910-12
12/1
T: C E LongsdonJ: S Bowen
Mistakes, held up in mid-division, some headway 15th, weakened before 4 out, pulled up before 2 out op 10/1
PU
9
10/1
T: N A Twiston-DaviesJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Held up towards rear, mistake 2nd, headway after 16th, weakened before 4 out, pulled up before 3 out
PU
10
20/1
T: W GreatrexJ: G Sheehan
In rear, not fluent 11th, behind when hit 16th, blundered badly 18th, pulled up before 19th
PU
11
1210-9
13/2
T: N B KingJ: Bryony Frost
Led until after 11th, lost place before 15th, well behind 18th, soon pulled up op 8/1
PU
12
22/1
T: R H BucklerJ: Sean Houlihan (3)
Mid-division, headway 5th, not fluent 11th, challenged 14th until 16th, 6th and beaten 4 out, weakened from 3 out, pulled up before last op 20/1
PU
13
20/1
T: G P CromwellJ: Conor Orr (5)
Mid-division, pushed along 7th, not fluent 16th, well beaten before 4 out, soon pulled up op 16/1
PU
15
10/1
T: Sam EnglandJ: Jonathan England
Chased leaders on inside, not fluent 15th, lost place after next, mistake and weakened 20th, pulled up straight away after
T: H D DalyJ: R Johnson
Mid-division, headway 14th, led 16th, headed after 4 out, weakened before 2 out, fell last
PU
18
25/1
T: J J HanlonJ: D E Mullins
Mid-division on outside, headway before 12th, lost place after 16th, behind when pulled up before 20th
PU
20
66/1
T: Mrs S LeechJ: C Brace (7)
Held up in rear, headway before 19th, weakened approaching 4 out, pulled up before 2 out op 50/1

Non-Runners

NR
19
Final Nudge
1010-2
25/1
T: David DennisJ: J M Davies

Betting Breakdown

£31.10£7.20, £2.50, £3.10, £6.40
£547.80£8,436.50£173.10£2,074.32£93.00, £108.70, £22.40

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