20:35 Belterra Park Fri 27 September 2019

  • Race 7 - Maiden Claiming
  • 6f, Fast
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner$8,064.002nd$2,560.003rd$1,280.004th$896.00
  • Surface: Dirt

Weighed In

Winning time:-Off time:20:27:35
1st
3
(3)
5/2
2nd
2
(2)
7/2
3rd
7
(7)
3/1
4th
5
(5)
9/4f

Also Ran

N/A
4
(4)
10/1

Non-Runners

NR
1
Right The Wrong
38-9
3/1
T: Emma MulveyJ: Julie Burke
NR
6
Flanagan
38-9
6/1
T: Phyllis ShetronJ: Gabriel Lagunes

Betting Breakdown

$3.60$1.80, $1.90
$12.70$35.20$12.12
Most Followed

Allmankind

F: 1

T: D Skelton

Hang In There

F: 342-U1

T: Miss E C Lavelle

Chacun Pour Soi

F: 1253/1-1

T: W P Mullins

Put The Kettle On

F: 311112

T: H De Bromhead

Honeysuckle

F: 1/1111-

T: H De Bromhead

Next Race Off

10:15 Fairview
6
(11)
Storm Dance
J: Ryan Munger
12
(1)
Pomodoro Express
J: Julius Mphanya
10
(5)
First Charm
J: Greg Cheyne
9
(4)
Cosmic Love
J: M J Byleveld
8
(2)
Liquid Sunshine
J: C Maujean
7
(7)
Querencia
J: Luyolo Mxothwa
11
(9)
Miss Orange
J: Teaque Gould
5
(10)
Scottish Ally
J: Wayne Agrella
4
(8)
Good Times Roll
J: Marco V'Rensburg
3
(3)
Red Forest
J: Donald Bogaleboile
2
(12)
Hallo Rosie
J: Sandile Khathi
1
(6)
Queen Nitocris
J: Keanen Steyn

Racing Tips

Action from Southwell

Monday racing preview

Erissimus Maximus can strike on his second start since joining sprint specialist Robert Cowell, according to Keith Hamer - he previews the action.

Sporting Life's NAP of the day

Daily Nap: Bay of plenty

David Ord nailed a 100/30 winner at Cheltenham on Sunday and Matt Brocklebank heads to Southwell as he looks to follow up with another winner.

De Rasher Counter looks a big price at 33/1

Antepost Angle: Ladbrokes Trophy

Matt Brocklebank tipped the Ladbrokes Trophy winner at 33/1 last year and launches his winter column with another big-priced tip for the Newbury feature.

Most Followed

Allmankind

F: 1

T: D Skelton

Hang In There

F: 342-U1

T: Miss E C Lavelle

Chacun Pour Soi

F: 1253/1-1

T: W P Mullins

Put The Kettle On

F: 311112

T: H De Bromhead

Honeysuckle

F: 1/1111-

T: H De Bromhead