|Race||Start time||Link to entries and form for race|
|3rd||14:45||Mixed Open Race|
|5th||15:55||Novice Riders Race|
|7th||17:05||Open Maiden for 4, 5 & 6 Year Olds Race|
26 April 2019, at 11:10
Watering today. Raining now and more forecast overnight. The going is good today. Looking good for Sunday
19 April at 10:27
The course is looking great and the going is good. We will water next week if its not going to rain.
Sunday’s meeting is to be held in the East of Devon at Stafford Cross, where the Axe Vale stage their day on April 28th. Pony racing heads up the action at 12 noon, followed by the seven race card, with a start time of 1.30pm. Nearly 70 entries have been received.
This flat track will see some fast times and thrilling finishes. There will be a beer tent, bookies, hot and cold refreshments, food along with trade stands offering a fun family day out. Entrance is £10 per person with children under 16 free. Dogs are welcome on leads. The course at Stafford Cross is located near Seaton off A3052 20mins from M5 junction 30. EX24 6HZ.
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An up to date form guide and synopsis of the horses entered at this meeting. Form figures for up to 6 outings appear. A dash(-) is used to separate 2017/18 form from 2016/17 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2015/16 form or earlier. Horses marked with an asterisk (*) indicates National Hunt form. The higher the rating the better the form. No responsibility can be accepted for any errors which may be considered to have occurred.
- GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP EGGESFORD & AXE VALE
- REPORT: AXE VALE HARRIERS AT STAFFORD CROSS, SUNDAY 28TH APRIL 2019
- RESULTS: AXE VALE HARRIERS AT STAFFORD CROSS, SUNDAY 28TH APRIL 2019
- Entries: Axe Vale Point-To-Point, Stafford Cross, Sunday 28th April 2019
- Preview: Axe Vale Point-To-Point at Stafford Cross, Seaton, Sunday 28th April 2019
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Race 1 – Members Race
|1||3/34-||BUSINESSMAN (IRE)||—||Leslie Jefford|
|2||Y||*93330-13||DRY OL’PARTY||39||Stuart Payne||C. J. R. Emsley||2/9|
|3||Y||*9779//-5||HEARTENING||25||Paul Phillips||G. Treacy||11.7; 9/4|
|4||21/ff-24p2||JOURNEY JUICE||36||Ed Walker|
|5||121f-1112||MASTER BAKER||44+||Lisa Jefford|
|6||-12u1||MERCHANT HOUSE (IRE)||36+||Leslie Jefford|
The Beviss & Beckinsale-sponsored Members race heads up the action in which Jo Supple could be back in the saddle riding the prolific winning Master Baker. Jo sustained an unseat and injury at Cotley on Merchant House. Her previous wins on Master Baker include two Hunter Chase wins this season at Newbury and Taunton. Merchant House won the Point-to-Point Bumper at Exeter two weeks ago, then ridden by Millie Wonnacott who could get the leg up again here.
Race 2 – Confined Race
|1||Y||*55474p-2||ACCORDING TO HARRY(IRE)||40||Nicola Martin||D. Edwards||11/8 to 2/1|
|2||15f4p-pu3||ART OF SYNERGY (IRE)||39||Ed Walker|
|3||1434-1452||BALLYHOWNE (IRE)||39||Robert Chanin|
|4||/2233-3331||KERNEL VICTOR||41||Ed Walker|
|5||4u54f-545||ON YOUR MAX||37||Louise Kittow|
|G. Treacy||6/1 to 10/1|
|7||Y||-111||TUFF NANO (IRE)||40+||Teresa Clark||W. Biddick||4/6 to 4/11|
Tuff Nano having won at Charlton Horethorn and Kilworthy, will figure high in the betting in the J & FJ Baker-sponsored Confined race with the booking of jockey Will Biddick, for trainer Teresa Clark. Kernal Victor (Ed Walker) could bypass the Eggesford meeting and challenge here to add to his eight length win at Cherrybrook last month.
Race 3 – Mixed Open Race
|1||*93330-13||DRY OL’PARTY||39||Stuart Payne|
|2||3/2f11-222||FLY WEST||41||Ed Walker|
|3||Y||*pp/4/23-||KAFE SUPREME||34?||Stuart Penny||S. Quinlan||T/S; 16/1|
|4||Y||111/f/12-p||MINELLA FIFTY (IRE)||41?||Claire Hitch||J. Newman||T/S; 3/1|
|5||43/p-p316||MOUNTAIN CLICHE||38?||Nick Dawe|
|6||088/-ppup||ONE COOL SCORPION (IRE)||24||Louise Kittow|
|7||p111-3211||RIVER MYTH||42+||Stuart Sampson|
|8||Y||/2333-2153||THE FLYING DOC (IRE)||41||Ed Walker||W. Biddick||2/1|
|9||Y||12-111222||THE LAST BUT ONE (IRE)||43||Thomas Malone||N. Vergne||5/4; 12st|
|10||421-54431||THEATRE EVENING(IRE)||39?||Harriet Brown|
|11||122-1u222||TOM BARTON||42||Sally Alner||L. Harrison||2/1|
The Lee Clifford Engineering-sponsored Mixed Open has attracted some good horses in dual Wadebridge winner The Last But One (Tom Malone), previous hat-trick winner here Minella Fifty (Claire Hitch), Fly West (Ed Walker) won here last season and has gone close in his recent outings, also another previous course winner here Tom Barton (Sally Alner).
Race 4 – Intermediate Race
|1||Y||5p624-pp||BALLYCASH (IRE)||35||Ben Clarke||L. Trott||20/1|
|2||Y||55p-1221||CAPTIVA ISLAND (IRE)||37||Alan Hill||J. King||7/4|
|3||222-23113||CLOUDY MUSIC (IRE)||39||
|4||Y||6r6-u3311||EARTH LEADER (IRE)||38+||Rose Loxton||B. Carver||T/S; Evens|
|6||4u54f-545||ON YOUR MAX||37||Louise Kittow|
|7||Y||2224p3-p2||PRINCE OF POETS||37||Teresa Clark||W. Biddick||5/2|
|8||313-55515||TAMARSTONE (IRE)||37||Neil McLean|
Oxford trainer Alan Hill could make the journey down with his entry Captiva Island who has progressed quickly this season having won at Cottenham on good to firm, and could take the Martin Diplock Estate Agents-sponsored Intermediate race. Manofmanywords for the Camilla Scott team could be the challenger here and add to his restricted win at Cothelstone.
Race 5 – Novice Riders Race
|1||Y||1p/-2u531||APPLE’S QUEEN (FR)||41||Sally Alner||L. Harrison||T/S|
|2||152/-93u22||CHILL FACTOR (IRE)||40||
|3||p111-3211||RIVER MYTH||42+||Stuart Sampson|
|4||Y||421-54431||THEATRE EVENING (IRE)||39?||Harriet Brown||S. Proctor|
|5||*414221-2||TOP CHIEF||41||Stuart Sampson|
|6||Y||p123-4421||TRUEFLYINGCOLOURS||37||Stuart Penny||T. Doggerell||Bl|
Sally Alner’s Apple’s Queen won at this track previously, and could go well in the Lentells Accountants-sponsored Novice riders race for Liam Harrison. The combination won at Badbury Rings earlier this month coming home eight lengths ahead of De Boitron.
Race 6 – Restricted Race
|1||221/p6f3-||BALTAZAR DU SEUIL (FR)||35?||Stuart Sampson|
|2||Y||6/pp1-353||GRACIOUS PRINCE (IRE)||35||Harriet Brown||S. Quinlan||T/S; Hd; 6/1|
|3||1/5pp-51p||IF IT BE YOUR WILL||32?||Gordon Herrod|
|4||21/ff-24p2||JOURNEY JUICE||36||Ed Walker|
|5||Y||4357*43-||MINELLA MOJO (IRE)||34||Robert Chanin||J. Newman||8/1|
|6||Y||*90/pp61-||MISS BUTTERFLY (IRE)||35+||Stuart Sampson||D. Andrews||7/4|
|7||Y||67pp-214||SKINFLINT (IRE)||36||Gerard Supple||B. Carver||4/5|
|8||/213-pb4||WHO TOLD YOU||36||Ed Walker|
Trainer Gerry Supple will be hoping that Skin Flint could repeat his form when winning at Great Trethew, if finding the going to his liking in the Hammett Financial-sponsored Restricted race. Journey Juice for the Ed Walker team could be amongst the opposition and improve on runner-up at Cotley when coming home three lengths behind Missyladie.
Race 7 – Open Maiden for 4, 5 & 6 Years Old Race
|1||Y||/2-322||A TIPPLE OR TWO||30||Caroline Keevil||W. Biddick||11.3; 7/4|
|2||Y||-p||APRIL PIP||0||Robert Atkinson||F. Gillard||50/1|
|3||*087-Rv||ARCHIRONDEL (IRE)||32+||Tiffany O’Dwyer|
|4||Y||3/34-||BUSINESSMAN (IRE)||—||Leslie Jefford||B. Carver||6/4|
|5||Y||*05450/-||CHEYONA (IRE)||—||Chloe Roddick||G. Treacy||20/1|
|6||-12||DR KANANGA||31+||Ben Clarke|
|7||/3f-4||GLIMPSE OF GLADYS||27||Robert Pudd|
|8||/u3-p||GUNNER VIC||0||Hugh Thomas|
|10||Y||3-ppp2||NITEINSHININARMOUR(IRE)||24||Jane Western||S. Quinlan||16/1|
|11||Y||RAISE YOUR HAND (IRE)||—||
|12||Y||p-p||SPOILER ALERT (IRE)||0||Claire Hitch||J. Newman||T/S; 8/1|
Finally up is the Scott Rowe Solicitors Open maiden race for four,five,six and seven year-olds in which A Tipple Or Two will be well backed on her previous form when second at Cothelstone for the Caroline Keevil team. Businessman also catches the eye as a new recruit to the Les Jefford team, as an ex Irish import with place form and the yard in winning form.