12:40 Musselburgh

Wednesday 6 November 2019

All12:4013:1513:4514:2014:5015:2515:55
  • Congratulations Gerry - Back To Back Champion Novices' Hurdle
  • Class 4  |   1m 7f 124y  |   Soft (Good to Soft in places)  |   13 Runners  |   Turf
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 12:41  |   Winning time: 3m 48.75s
1st
1
4/11f
T: J J QuinnJ: Danny Cook
Tracked leader, led 5th, pushed clear before 2 out, kept up to work until eased towards finish op 2/5
2nd
7
4
33/1
T: R M SmithJ: Ryan Mania
Chased leaders, went 2nd before 2 out, kept on same pace, no chance with easy winner
3rd
6
13
20/1
T: K DalgleishJ: Danny McMenamin (5)
Mid-division, headway chasing leaders before 4 out, well held in 3rd when hit 2 out and last
4th
½
2
13/2
T: M WalfordJ: Jamie Hamilton
Held up towards rear, headway chasing leaders after 4 out, well held 5th when hit 3 out, awkward and weakened 2 out op 6/1
5th
nk
11
12/1
T: J EwartJ: B S Hughes
Raced keenly, chased leaders on inside, went 2nd 4 out, no chance with winner when lost 2nd before 2 out, awkward 2 out, weakened soon after op 14/1
6th
1 ¼
7
66/1
T: Miss Lucinda V RussellJ: Blair Campbell (3)
Held up towards rear, plugged on, never troubled leaders op 80/1 tchd 100/1
7th
4
5
8/1
T: M W EasterbyJ: Harry Bannister
Chased leaders, reminders and lost place after 3rd, mid-division after, weakened 4 out op 9/1
8th
9
12
80/1
T: Mrs L B NormileJ: Grant Cockburn (3)
Mid-division, weakened after 4 out op 66/1
9th
7
10
80/1
T: J S GoldieJ: Callum Bewley
Hit 2nd, always towards rear, never on terms
10th
15
6
66/1
T: R M SmithJ: R P McLernon
Led until 5th, chased winner until 4 out, weakened quickly, tailed off op 80/1

Also Ran

F
3
100/1
T: A C WhillansJ: Ross Chapman
In rear, towards rear and no chance when fell 2 out
PU
8
22/1
T: A C WhillansJ: Craig Nichol
Chased leaders, ridden and weakened after 4 out, tailed off and pulled up soon after
PU
9
100/1
T: William Young JnrJ: Thomas Willmott (5)
Always towards rear, tailed off 4 out, pulled up soon after

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Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£1.40Pl:£1.90, £8.20, £4.90EX:£55.00Trifecta:£358.20SF:£27.25Swingers:£6.50, £3.50, £0.00

Forecasts

Ashington (4/11), Illustrissime (13/2), Enlighten (8/1), The Blame Game (12/1), Maulesden May (20/1), Royal Shaheen (22/1), Astute Boy (33/1), Last King Of Wales (66/1), Fourth Of July (66/1), Zamarkhan (80/1), Strong Steps (80/1), Specialist (100/1), Abouttimeyoutoldme (100/1)

Despite the fact he has to carry a 7lb penalty for sluicing up at Stratford on his latest outing, this should be a straightforward task for ASHINGTON to follow-up that victory, provided he can cope with the forecast softer ground. The Blame Game makes his hurdles/seasonal debut in this contest, and showed ability in bumpers when last seen, so should have a say in what is a relatively weak contest when Ashington is taken out of the equation. She receives weight from every one of her rivals, and has a minimal level of experience over hurdles after just failing to make the frame on hurdles debut two years ago, so Maulesden May can pick up third-placed prize money.
  1. Ashington
  2. The Blame Game
  3. Maulesden May

Prize Money

1st: £3,899.002nd: £1,145.003rd: £572.004th: £286.00
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