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(Foaled March 15th, 2004); Colour: Chestnut; Sex: Mare; Breeding: Alflora – Running For Annie (Gunner B); Owned by Mrs Janet Humphrey; In training with Simon Partridge

GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP – SPOONERS & WEST DARTMOOR POINT-TO-POINT AT CHERRYBROOK SATURDAY 4TH APRIL 2015

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What a difference a week makes ! From the wild Cornish weather at Great Trethew on the last Sunday of March to the sun and warmth of Cherrybrook and Trebudannon just a week later.

A never ending queue down the lane meant that vehicles were still entering the course at Cherrybrook after the second race on Saturday. The meeting saw five winning favourites out of six which would normally drain the bookies satchels. The holiday crowd however tend to go for longer prices instead of odds-on favourites with their pound bets, so little overall damage would have been done to the books.

Dicky Bob was the nearest thing to a certainty in the Hunt race (1-3 touched 2-5) but nearly came down at the first. Luckily Jo Buck gathered him up and he went on to complete a five-timer for the season.

I was going to back It’s All Or Nothing (2’s –9-4) in the Restricted after he had run so well at the Lamerton, but Molly Oscar (2’s to 13-8) looked very fit in the parade ring so I left it alone. The inevitable happened: Molly Oscar slipped up with a mile to go and It’s All Or Nothing went on to win easily – another lesson learned the hard way.

Lucette Annie (4-5 to 4-6) is in tremendous form at present and set up her seasonal hat trick in the Mixed Open after sparring for two miles with Double Bank, who was easy to back at 6-4 and 11-8 after opening odds-on. The mare’s relentless stamina eventually kicked in and she had the race in safe keeping when Double Bank scrambled over the penultimate and was pulled up.

Diamond Brook (6-4 fav) confirmed his Lamerton form with runner-up King Kash (11-4 to 9-4) to win the Confined and Flood Tide (7-4 fav) produced the only clear round of the seven runners to take the concluding Maiden.

RESULTS

Results of the Spooners & West Dartmoor meeting

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

PHOTOGRAPHERS

The following photographers were at the meeting: Baths Photographic (Marcus Bath), Western Morning News (Athwenna Irons), Turfpix.com (Tracy Roberts), Andy Hughes, and Roger Peaple

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Sunday, 12th April 2015, the Eggesford Point-To-Point, Upcott Cross, nr Halwill Junction.

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REPORT ON THE SPOONERS & WEST DARTMOOR POINT-TO-POINT AT CHERRYBROOK SATURDAY 4TH APRIL 2015

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WRITTEN BY GRANVILLE TAYLOR

DARREN EDWARDS looks set to capture his first Devon & Cornwall jockeys’ title this year and moved on to the 15 winner mark for the season thanks to a double at Cherrybrook before a massive crowd.

Edwards won the Mixed Open on the consistent Lucette Annie who was achieving her seasonal hat trick. The mare revels in soft ground “She is ground dependant and will run next wherever it is soft enough. She is still scheduled to be covered by Black Sam Bellamy afterwards,” said Simon Partridge, who handles her on behalf of owners Clare West and Janet Humphrey.

Dean Summersby’s Flood Tide, completed the jockey’s double in the Open Maiden. Alice Mills, hotfoot from riding her shock 80-1 winner at Newton Abbot, was chasing Flood Tide when her mount Angonaminute refused at the last fence.

Alice somersaulted over the obstacle minus her horse and the ups and downs of jumping were also well illustrated when Darren Edwards took a crashing fall from According To Harry in the Restricted won by Miss Gotaway. Horse and rider were unscathed as the winner strolled home to complete her third successive victory of the season. “She is so genuine and tough,” exclaimed winning trainer Kayley Woollacott, saddling her 14th winner of the season.

The Emma Loosemore trained Diamond Brook (Leanda Tickle) gained reward for consistency when just overhauling the Woollacott runner King Kash to win the Confined, and It’s All Or Nothing stayed on strongly when taking the eight-runner Restricted. David Noonan was partnering his fourth winner of the season on this progressive grey for owner Rob White and trainer Charlotte Rowe.

Dicky Bob rounded off his season with an easy win in the Members’ under Jo Buck. “He has done enough winning five out of six and won’t run again this season,” reported owner/trainer Verity Nicholls.

RESULTS

Results of the Spooners & West Dartmoor meeting

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

PHOTOGRAPHERS

The following photographers were at the meeting: Baths Photographic (Marcus Bath), Western Morning News (Athwenna Irons), Turfpix.com (Tracy Roberts), Andy Hughes, and Roger Peaple

NEXT FIXTURES

Sunday, 12th April 2015, the Eggesford Point-To-Point, Upcott Cross, nr Halwill Junction.

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RESULTS: SPOONERS & WEST DARTMOOR POINT-TO-POINT, CHERRYBROOK, EASTER SATURDAY, 4TH APRIL 2015

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GOING: Good to soft with soft & sticky patches

HUNT (Condy Mathias Chartered accountants)

1 Dicky Bob (Jo Buck) – 1-3 fav led 11th, clr four out, v easily
2 Miss Tiinks (Vicky Wade) 7-1 went 2nd 3 out. No impression wnr
3 Right Enough (Tom Chanin) 5-2 lost touch three out
4 ran; dist; 15l; 6m 35s
Owner; Verity Nicholls; Trainer; Verity Nicholls

RESTRICTED (Tyre Marks of Tavistock)

1 It’s All Or Nothing (David Noonan) 2-1 led after four out, stayed on well
2 Le Clo De La Londe (Jamie Thomas) 4-1 hdwy three out, no chance winner
3 Indian Dancer (Darren Edwards) 8-1 kept on one pace after three out
8 ran; 15l; 5l; 6m 31s
Owner: Rob White; Trainer: Charlotte Rowe

MIXED OPEN (Langdon Transport)

1 Lucette Annie (Darren Edwards) 4-6 fav clear from 15th, left alone two out
3 ran; Finished Alone
Owner: Janet Humphrey & Clare West; Trainer; Simon Partridge

CONFINED (Rock Inn, Yelverton)

1 Diamond Brook (Leanda Tickle) 6-4 fav prom, pressed ldr four out til led 75 yards out
2 King Kash (Jamie Thomas) 9-4 led 10th til headed last 75 yards
3 Swansbrook (Rob Hawker) 7-4 in touch til outpaced two out
4 ran; 2 1/2l; 5l; 6m 37s
Owner; The Loosemore Partners & Redwood Partnership; Trainer; Emma Loosemore

INTERMEDIATE (Exeter Racecourse)

1 Miss Gotaway (Jamie Thomas) 4-6 fav joined lrader 15th, clear three out, ran on strongly
2 Sava Bridge (Jimmy Cole) 15-2 led 12th til 15th. Kept on
3 Sunken Secret (Pippa Glanville) 15-2 led til 12th, wknd three out
4 ran; 10l; 20l; 6m 42s
Owner; Miss Audrey Goodwin; Trainer; Kayley Woollacott

OPEN MAIDEN (Charles Stanley Investments)

1 Flood Tide (Darren Edwards) 7-4 fav prom, disp lead when lefr clear two out
2 Gold Relief (David Noonan) 7-1 every chance three out, hampered next & missed marker, re-traced
7 ran; Only Two Finished won by Distance 6m 59s
Owner; Mr & Mrs Dean Summersby; Trainer; Dean Summersby

Four Burrow (1) Point-To-Point entries and form, Trebudannon, Easter Monday 6th April 2015

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Members Race
2nd 13:35 Open Maiden (4-7 yr old) Race, Division 1
3rd 14:10 Open Maiden (4-7 yr old) Race, Division 2
4th 14:45 Confined Race
5th 15:25 Ladies Open Race
6th 16:00 Cornish National 3m4f Mens Open Race
7th 16:35 Restricted Race
8th 17:10 Open Maiden Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

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 2014/15

form from 2013/14 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2012/13 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.

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Spooners & West Dartmoor Point-To-Point entries and form, Cherrybrook, Easter Saturday, 4th April 2015

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Members Race
2nd 13:35 Restricted Race
3rd 14:10 Mixed Open Race
4th 14:50 Confined Race
5th 15:25 Intermediate Race
6th 16:05 5 yrs + Open Maiden Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

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 2014/15 form from 2013/14 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2012/13 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.

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Preview: Four Burrow Point-To-Point, Trebudannon, nr St. Columb Major, Easter Monday, 6th April 2015

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Written by Donna Harris
The second of the Point-to-Point meetings over the Easter weekend takes place at Trebudannon, where it is the turn of the Fourburrow to host their event on Bank Holiday Monday April 6, start time 1pm. This course is popular with its natural amphitheatre style providing fantastic viewing. They have eight races on offer including the Bonhams Cornish National Men’s Open race, attracting entries such as Chapoturgeon from the Jack Barber team who was a National Hunt Festival winner. Posh Totty from the same yard is another entry bang in form, having been in the frame on all 12 of her last starts. The prolific winning mare Lucette Annie is also entered, as is Bradley Brook, both hold strong claims if not running at Cherrybrook on Saturday.
 
The Members race, sponsored by A.G.Prowse heads up the action. Previous course winner Reliable Richie is the pick of the three Reuben Chapman entries, who could improve on his third behind Silver Token and Mic’s Delight at Buckfastleigh.
 
The Open Maiden has already been divided, Miss Weld ran second here last season, she loves the soft and goes well for young jockey Pippa Glanville. Boyman is another entry with a previous second at this course under jockey Conor Smith.
 
In the second division of the Open Maiden, Ryalzaro trained by Jack Barber, ran close at Larkhill in January finishing second under Will Biddick. Mount Prospex for the Jill Dennis team would be the one to fear if connections choose this race over Cherrybrook entry, after his head second at Kilworthy.
 
Mic’s Delight could put claims on the Truro Tractors-sponsored Confined race, having been in the frame on all of his starts this season for owner/trainer/jockey Jennifer Davenport. He loves the soft, likes to keep his head in front as he showed when winning at Ottery. Knight Pass for the Nikki Frost yard and Devon General for Kayley Woollacott could be the ones to chase him home.
 
The Ladies Open race is sponsored by Carrs Landrover Truro, in which Minella Fifty could score again here after his recent win at Milborne St Andrew, when sent off odds on favourite, for the Claire Hitch team. Sweet My Lord connections will be looking for a hat-trick after his two wins at Wadebridge, and was running well at Kilworthy until falling. 
 
The Restricted race is a qualifier for the Subaru Restricted Point-to-Point series final to be held at Stratford racecourse on Friday 29th May,  in which entries include On Your Max, who has been knocking at the door for a Restricted win. Templeton was only just denied a win under Jamie Thomas when caught in the final 150 yards by winner Sonoftheking. Im All Set, from the Claire Hitch yard, who won his Maiden at Ston Easton at the second time of asking under Will Biddick. This race is sponsored by Tremaine Plant Hire.
 
Lamanva Brood Mares sponsor the three mile Open Maiden race, Judge John Deed could make his debut Point run here for the Barber family, who have a good strike rate with maiden horses at this course. Arny and Up To Ollie both ran well at the Kilworthy meeting and should improve for the run.
 
The course at Trebudannon is located at St Columb Major, signed off A30 and A39. Postcode TR9 4LP. Entrance to the course is £10 per person to a max of £30 per car. Children under 16 free. On course facilities include bar, bookies, trade stands and hot refreshments. 

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Preview: Spooners & West Dartmoor Point-To-Point, Cherrybrook, nr Tavistock, Saturday 4th April 2015

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Written by: Donna Harris
 
THE Spooners & West Dartmoor host the first of two Point-to-Point horse racing fixtures in the area, to be held over the Easter weekend, with their meeting taking place on Saturday April 4th at Cherrybrook, near Tavistock. Six races are on offer which start at 1pm. They include a competitive Mixed Open, sponsored by Langdon Transport, in which entries include prolific winning mare Lucette Annie and Hunter Chase winner Double Bank. Hameldown Tor is another entry holding strong claims if following up from his win at Milborne St Andrew where jockey Rob Henderson clocked up his 100th winner. 
 
The Exeter Racecourse Intermediate race features, which is a qualifier for the Connolly’s Red Mills Intermediate Championship final Hunter Chase to be at Cheltenham on April 29th. Entries include the two Nicola Martin-trained horses According To Harry and Sonoftheking, both with a strong chance of winning here. Miss Gotaway is another suggestion, having progressed well when taking the Restricted race at Buckfastleigh under Jamie Thomas for trainer Kayley Woollacott.
 
The Members race is sponsored by Condy Mathias, this could see locally trained Dicky Bob make it five out of five in Point races, having won at Kilworthy two weeks ago for the Verity Nicholls team, he seems unstoppable.
 
Tyre Marks sponsor the Restricted race, in which the Ed Walker-trained Doyen Dynamo could follow up on his win two weeks ago at Kilworthy, when taking the Maiden race three lengths ahead of Steel Brush. On Your Max another from the Walker team, ran a good second at Larkhill recently. Lucius Fabeo and Polo The Mumm could figure if the going stays soft, for novice jockey’s Olivia Hutchings and Hannah Welch.
 
The Rock Inn sponsor the Confined, with Mic’s Delight possibly skipping this meeting for Mondays fixture, it will leave the door open for Diamond Brook to follow up on his second to Dicky Bob at Kilworthy. Mausefalle is another to catch the eye, after his win under jockey Darren Edwards in the Members race also at Kilworthy.
 
The Open Maiden race is sponsored by Charles Stanley, which closes the days event. Suggestions are Spendajennie, Arny and Mount Prospex.
 
The course at Cherrybrook is a popular picnic track for all the family, with on course facilities of bar, bookies, many trade stands and hot refreshments. Entrance to the course is £10 per car & driver, passengers £10 to a maximum of £30, with children under 16 free. The course is located north of Tavistock signed from A386. Postcode PL19 OLA

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GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP DART VALE & HALDON POINT-TO-POINT – BUCKFASTLEIGH 15 MAR 2015

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Buckfastleigh normally attracts plenty of runners, a good crowd and a strong betting market and Sunday was no exception

Although only two clear favourites obliged, most of the winners were well fancied

BEUVRON had a simple task in the opening Hunt race but offers of 1-3 made no appeal and his starting odds of 1-4  made even less appeal.

CROSSPARK took the eye in the parade ring for the first Maiden and looked fit for his racecourse debut, He is a home bred half brother to It’s a Long Road who scored twice over hurdles last month. The early 6’s about Crosspark soon disappeared and his SP was only 3-1. He is one to keep in mind.

In the same race AAH BLESS was backed from 10’s to 6’s. He enjoys soft ground and stayed on late to take third. ROAD TO SUCCESS (5-4 to 2’s) was an uneasy favourite and finished fourth. He is another soft ground type and should win a Maiden.

Division two of the Maiden looked quite open with unlucky Cothelstone loser OLDEDDIETHEREBEL heading the market at 5-2 (from 2’s). Once again the Old Vic youngster ran well and just failed to cope with the Kayf Tara newcomer WEE SAXON who drifted from 3-1 out to 6’s.  This pair finished well clear of the remainder and the form looks reasonable.

It was 16-1 bar two in the Mixed Open with THE MYTHOLOGIST (4-5 fav) and LUCETTE ANNIE (5-4 after touching 11-8) dominating the betting. The mare Lucette Annie is in her element in the mud at Buckfastleigh and had the race in safe keeping from a long way out. Her market rival looked cooked when Robbie Henderson pulled him up in the shadow of the penultimate fence

I had left my running shoes at home so missed out in the rush to get 2’s for the worthy Intermediate winner DICKY BOB (7-4 at the off). This likeable grey is improving with each race and eased clear of his rivals on the top bend. The 11-10 fav LOTUS POND had won his last three races but the South Shropshire gelding might have gone a bit quick in the testing ground and had nothing left in the closing stages.

All 12 runners finished in the Novice Riders’ contest won by the useful SILVER TOKEN ( 11-8 fav). His 16-year-old jockey Harry Cobden worked his way through the field after half way and delivered a well timed challenge to overhaul the game MIC’S DELIGHT (4’s to 7-2) on the downhill run to the last.

MONTECITO was Will Biddick’s only mount of the day but drifted from 4-6 out to 6-4 in the Restricted. He dropped out rapidly along the back straight and was pulled up. 20-1 chance DONPIERRE made a bold bid to make all, but the eventual winner MISS GOTAWAY (5-1) was always travelling easily and drew away in the short home straight.

RESULTS

Results of the East Cornwall meeting

VIDEO

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PHOTOGRAPHERS

The official photographer at the meeting is: Tracy Roberts of Turfpix

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Sunday 22nd March 2015, the Lamerton Point-To-Point, Kilworthy (near Tavistock).

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REPORT ON THE DART VALE & HALDON HARRIERS POINT-TO-POINT AT BUCKFASTLEIGH SUNDAY 15TH MARCH 2015

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THE game Devon mare Lucette Annie proved a shining star on a dull, overcast afternoon at Buckfastleigh where the going was predominately soft. This popular chestnut made all the running to score easily in the hands of regular jockey Darren Edwards. She was well clear and looked in command when Robbie Henderson pulled up the favourite The Mythologist almost within the wings of the second last. The favourite looked to be giving vain chase at the time. “He was very tired,” said his jockey.

“Lucette Annie has now won 12 races including four times at Buckfastleigh,” beamed Simon Partridge who trains the mare for owners Janet Humphrey and Clare West. This is almost certainly her last season since a mating with Black Sam Bellamy beckons. “I would like to run her in a hunter chase before then, but she is ground dependent and it would have to be on the soft side or good at least,” added the Poundsgate trainer

The Restricted winner Miss Gotaway (Jamie Thomas) also confirmed a likeness for the track and testing ground by following up her course win last month when overhauling the front running Donpierre (Ben Robarts) approaching the final fence. Home bred by Audrey Goodwin, the Midnight Legend mare looks a decent stayer in the making. “She jumps well, stays all day and is one of the nicest mares in the yard,” enthused trainer Kayley Woollacott.

Dicky Bob also started off his winning sequence on this course last month and was scoring for the third time in succession when turning the Connolly’s Red Mills Intermediate qualifier into a procession under Jo Buck. The betting suggested a straight fight between Dicky Bob (7-4) and Lotus Pond (11-10) who was seeking his fourth straight win. Peter Bryan sent Lotus Pond into the lead at the sixth fence, but Dicky Bob stuck his grey head in front at the fourth last and sailed well ahead down the hill to win in a canter. A tired Lotus Pond was overhauled by Infamous Grouse for the runner up spot. Jo Buck was partnering her 50th point-to-point winner on Dicky Bob, whose owner/trainer Verity Nicholls considered that her progressive grey, “needs more experience,” when I posed the question whether the Cheltenham final of this event might be on the agenda.

The successful graduation of former pony racing riders has been a feature of Westcountry pointing this year. Hannah Welch, 17 and Harry Cobden, 16, are just two teenagers to emerge, and each added to their previous successes on Sunday.

Hannah’s winner was the hat trick seeking Beuvron who landed odds of 1-4 in the Hunt race. ”He will probably be better with the lighter weights in Ladies’ races and we will go down that route now,” stated Sam Holdsworth, who trains the ex-French gelding for Charles Stanley.

All 12 starters in the Novice Riders’ race got round with Silver Token scoring by seven lengths after a patient ride from Harry Cobden. Ottery winner Mic’s Delight set out to make all under Jennifer Davenport, but the winner had been making stealthy progress under his stylish young rider and seized the initiative running down the hill towards the last bend. This was the second winner of the weekend for Cobden who now has five point-to-points plus a Leicester hunter chase to his credit.

The two divisions of the Open Maiden race also attracted 12 runners in each division with each section going to previously unraced horses. Crosspark caught the eye in the parade ring in the first division, and this Midnight Legend five-year-old was well backed before making a winning debut under Josh Guerriero. Home bred by the Dennis family, Crosspark runs in the colours of Jill Dennis. “We hold this horse in the very highest regard. The dam Blue Shannon also produced It’s a Long Road who won twice for us last month. This is better than giving mother a box of chocolates for mother’s day,” smiled Tim Dennis.

Another home bred in the shape of Wee Saxon opened his account in the other division. Tom Chanin eased the six-year-old into the race along the back straight, but his progress was halted with a mistake at the third last. The Kayf Tara gelding rallied down the hill and headed Oldeddietherebel on the home bend despite running green. Robert Chanin trains the winner for owner Julie Purdie and said, “He is a lovely young horse. We have had him since September but he cut a rear fetlock on Christmas Eve and had to have a month off.” Julie’s husband Sax said, “This horse is bred from a family we have had for forty years.”

RESULTS

Results of the East Cornwall meeting

VIDEO

Westcountry Videos filmed the meeting, order on 01884 840403 or through the website later in the week at www.westcountryvideos.co.uk

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The following photographers were at the meeting: Tracy Roberts of Turfpix

NEXT FIXTURE

Sunday 22nd March 2015, the Lamerton Point-To-Point, Kilworthy (near Tavistock).

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Dart Vale & Haldon Harriers Point-To-Point entries and form, Buckfastleigh, 15 March 2015

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Members Race
2nd 13:35 Open Maiden Race, Division 1
3rd 14:10 Open Maiden Race, Division 2
4th 14:45 Mixed Open Race
5th 15:30 Intermediate Race
6th 16:05 Novice Riders Race
7th 16:40 Restricted Race

FORM GUIDE

Key:

f = fell u = unseated rider
p = pulled up k = knocked over
b = brought down c = carried out
d = disqualified ? = unreliable form
s = slipped up + = improving rating
r = refused blkd = baulked
ro = ran out t = took no part
(c) = course winner

Abbreviations:

NH = National Hunt
L = Length
Rest – Restricted
Nov = Novice
RT – Rating
PTP – Point to Point

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 2014/15 form from 2013/14 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2012/13 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.

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