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Entries: South Tetcott Point-To-Point, Upcott Cross, Bank Holiday Monday 28th May 2018

Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 13:00 Conditions Race
2nd 13:35 Restricted Race
3rd 14:10 Mixed Open Race
4th 14:55 Novice Riders Race
5th 15:30 Open Maiden 3m Race
6th 16:05 Open Maiden 2m 4f Race

Going Update

Sunday 27th May 2018 at 10:08

After heavy overnight rain going is now Good/Good to soft in a place.low risk of further rain & a sunny day forecast to morrow. Sunday 10:08 – Dave Willis, Clerk of Course

Saturday 26th May 2018 at 21:00

Upcott Cross Sat 9.00 pm . After applying water today ground was easier than Gd-Fm. Currently raining heavily. – Dave Willis.

Saturday 26th May 2018 at 10:00

The course inspector visited Fri afternoon & gave the ground as good to Firm, Watering continues to maintain safe ground & good chance of rain in the forecast.

Wednesday 23rd May 2018 at 17:40

Watering started yesterday(Tues) on drier parts of course. Possibility of rain Thurs/Fri will help keep ground good. – Dave Willis.

Thursday 17th May 22.00pm

Going is currently Good, Good/Soft on top bend .Not raced on this year with excellent grass cover. With little or no rain forecast will water through next week to maintain safe ground. – Dave Willis  C-O-C South Tetcott.

Preview extract:

This weekend’s fixture in the Devon & Cornwall area will be held at the Upcott Cross course where the South Tetcott will host their meeting on Bank Holiday Monday May 28th. Pony racing heads up the action at 12 noon with the main race card commencing at 1pm. 145 entries have been received for the six races on offer.

On course facilities include hot food and refreshments, bar, bookies and several trade stands. Entrance is £10 car and driver and £10 per passenger. Pedestrians are £10 with children under 16 free. The event is located at Upcott Cross, 2 miles South of Halwill junction off A3079 Postcode EX21 5AE.

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 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.

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Silverton Point-To-Point, Sunday 17th January 2016 – entries and form guide

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12:00 Confined Race
2nd 12:35 Restricted Race
3rd 13:10 Ladies Open Race
4th 13:45 Mens Open Race
5th 14:20 Open Maiden Race, Division 1
6th 14:55 Open Maiden Race, Division 2
7th 15:30 Open Maiden Race, Division 3
8th 16:05 Intermediate Race

Going Update

Friday 15th January

All ok and ready to go at Black Forest Lodge!

A few minor showers this morning but the wind was blowing when I left at 1pm. There is no snow on the course.

Going remains Soft, Good to Soft in Places.

Please remember our Hunts charity collection Coats For Syria. Bring any coats you don’t want anymore and drop off in secretary’s tent.

Thanks,
Linda

See you all Sunday

Tuesday 12th January 2016

Update from the Black Forest Lodge Silverton meeting. After Course inspection today, the going is SOFT , GOOD to SOFT in places.

40 ton of stone will be put down in the lorry and car park tracks.

We look forward to a good days racing.

Norman Chanin
Clerk of the course

Preview extract:

A bumper entry of 118 have been received for Silverton Point-to-Point meeting at Black Forest Lodge which takes place this Sunday 17th January. The organisers have already divided the Open Maiden race into three divisions giving an eight race card which gets underway at 12 noon.

Entrance to the course is £10 per head up to a maximum of £30 per car with five passengers. Children under 16 free.On course facilities include hot food, bar, bookies, trade stands and course side parking for the disabled.Dogs welcome on leads.

There will be a  charity coat collection for coats going to Syria. Please take any unwanted clean spare adult/children coats to the point-to-point secretaries tent where there will be a collection point to drop them off.

Course is located at Kenton near Exeter postcode EX6 8HR

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 2013/14

form from 2012/13 form. Figures preceded by an oblique (/) represents 2011/12 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: Silverton Point-to-Point, Black Forest Lodge, Sunday January 17th 2016

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Written by: Donna Harris

A bumper entry of 118 have been received for Silverton Point-to-Point meeting at Black Forest Lodge which takes place this Sunday 17th January. The organisers have already divided the Open Maiden race into three divisions giving an eight race card which gets underway at 12 noon.

AGA sponsor the Ladies Open race which looks to be the feature of the day. Attracting an entry from the Alan Hill team, where Olympic Cycling Gold medalist Victoria Pendleton has been riding According To Sarah. This could be where Pendleton completes here first Point-to-Point and gains her place in the winners enclosure. According To Sarah ran competitively under Victoria when they were in the mix at Barbury until loosing touch and pulling up two from home.  There is plenty of talent lined up to take her on, including the prolific winning gelding Penmore Mill which could be the ride for jockey Hannah Lewis. Penmore Mill is on a total of nine Points and five Hunter Chase wins to date, and only recently denied another when held a neck second to Sagalyrique at Cottenham. With Repeat Business from Jonathan Tudor’s team holding claims with a previous course win, Cygnet having won two Hunter Chases last season for the Bowen family and the veteran Coombe Hill who gave Millie Wonnacott a peach of an introduction on her debut ride when coming home third here at the November meeting, are all among the 18 entries this is a race not to be missed.

The Best Western Hotel Tiverton-sponsored Confined race opens the day’s event, in which entry Supreme Danehill could be another mount for Victoria Pendleton to ride. Previously with the Edwards team, Darren Edwards steered him into second at the December meeting. The horse has recently been bought by Barry Orr of Betfair, sponsors of Victoria Pendleton. Looking to challenge could be Modbury owner/trainer and jockey Bronwyn Buttery with Doctor Henry. The combination ran eye catchingly well at the last meeting here when coming home five lengths second to Premier Portrait.

With twenty entered in the Simpkins Edwards Restricted race, Sea Current stands out among them. Having been sent off odds-on favourite at the Cottenham meeting two weeks ago and justified that by destroying the field by some 30 lengths. North George, another from the Jonathan Tudor team holds strong claims, having won his maiden at the November meeting here under talented in form jockey Bryon Moorcroft.

The Vision South West ltd-sponsored Men’s Open is another hot looking race with horses such as Hunter Chase winner Neverownup for trainer Mike Vanstone, Cheltenham Intermediate second place and previous course winner here Repeat Business, course specialist Welstonedruid for the Robert Chanin yard and the Keith Cumings-trained Little Cornham among the entries, looks sure to give another thrilling finish.

The Open Maiden race has already been split into three divisions, those to catch the eye in the first division which is sponsored by Wilkinson Grant & Co are Dark Gesture and Grey Dream. With Creative Inerta and Whatastormnorm suggestions in the Gingerlands Livery Ltd-sponsored second division. The vote in the  third division goes to Doc Lily another Doctor Massini sired home-bred from the in form Brace team, and Buz Barton, who could make amends for his first fence fall at Wadebridge last weekend to win this for the local Frost yard.

Devon Fuels sponsor the final race of the day the Intermediate, this could go the way of the Nicola Martin-trained Sonoftheking who ran consistently well last season. One of the outside raiders catches the eye, as High Hutton from the Jonathan Tudor team is the horse who was unlucky to unseat his rider at the ditch last season here before heading off into the country and was caught some four miles away. High Hatton was “none the worse for his trip” reported his owner Jeffrey Bird who jointly owns the horse with his wife Andrea, this was evident when High Hatton went on quickly to win his Maiden and Restricted races.

Entrance to the course is £10 per head up to a maximum of £30 per car with five passengers. Children under 16 free.On course facilities include hot food, bar, bookies, trade stands and course side parking for the disabled.Dogs welcome on leads.

There will be a  charity coat collection for coats going to Syria. Please take any unwanted clean spare adult/children coats to the point-to-point secretaries tent where there will be a collection point to drop them off.

Course is located at Kenton near Exeter postcode EX6 8HR

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Rhys Williams’s Silverton Point-To-Point commentary, Black Forest Lodge, Sunday 18th January 2015

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A sunny and dry day resulted in a decent sized crowd. Some good racing with a few class performances and exciting finishes. The ground was sticky soft ground.

Confined

14 runners lined up for the opening race on the card. Welstonedruid went off 11-4 favourite and prevailed in a very tight finish with Mic’s Delight. Welstonedruid looked to have settled it shortly after the last but seemed to idle on the run in and almost got beat. Bradley Brook (2-1 out to 5-1) ran quite well in 3rd considering he was carrying a 10lb penalty.

Restricted Div 1

The Restricted was split on the day. Division 1 went to What About Will at 9-1, who was the only runner still galloping in the closing stages and some very weary horses clambered over the last. Kerry Mganga finished 2nd and Bamboleo 3rd, after Gentle Duke stopped to a walk on the run in after jumping the last in a clear 3rd. Larkhill winner Themanfromcork was a disappointing 4-6 favourite.

Restricted Div 2

The favourites flip-flopped in div 2 as Soixante Six was backed into 6-4 favourite while Full Trottle drifted from evens out to 9-4. These two fought out the finish with Full Trottle getting a crucial advantage of a couple of lengths after 2 out and held Soixante Six after the last. They pulled well clear of the 3rd, Sparkling Miss, who shaped with some promise.

Ladies Open

A warm contest for the Ladies Open with the 6 runners including multiple winner Byerley Bear, hunter chase 2nd Catspan and the Steve Flook trained pair Foundry Square and Rumbury Grey. Having led, Byerley Bear was headed on the run to 3 out and looked in a bit of trouble but he rallied well under pressure and got the crucial inside line on the final bend as Catspan and Foundry Square challenged. Foundry Square tried to challenge after turning in but couldn’t get to Byerley Bear who won at 4-5. Foundry Square came 2nd (6-4 out to 2-1) and Catspan 3rd.

Mens Open

A very competitive Mens Open and those at the head of the market came to the fore. Steeltown was sent clear of the field early on the final circuit but the gap was gradually closed by a few and Coombe Hill was the one who closed strongly after 2 out. He got to the front with a good jump at the last and the 14yo went on to win from Steeltown. Rosies Peacock, the 2-1 fav, ran well back in 3rd.

Open Maiden Div 1 Part 1

Div 1 of the maiden was split on the day. Part 1 looked a competitive race and produced a very tight finish between According To Harry and Swingbridge. The former, sent off at 4-1, just got the verdict from the 3-1 fav. The Mystro showed some promise in 3rd and should pick up a maiden.

Open Maiden Div 1 Part 2

Nortonthorpelegend’s price fluctuated around evens in Part 2 but he was in trouble early on the final circuit and could never get into the race. Victory went to Genermouse at 25-1 from Stony Road, who ran a promising race in 2nd, and Wivannie in 3rd.

Open Maiden Div 2

Carnage in Div 2 of the maiden. The favourite Loves Blind unseated early on. High Hatton (6-4 out to 4-1) had cruised into the lead when getting rid of James Tudor at the open ditch and the horse that followed him, Thegreendalerocket, unseated too. Very few of the 14 that set off were still going at the finish and it was Infamous Grouse that won to complete a treble for Darren Edwards. Morebutwhen and Gold Relief followed him home.

Intermediate

Visually the most impressive performance came in the last. Repeat Business (4s very early, then 5-2 into 7-4) travelled smoothly throughout and took up the running going across the top of the course. Little Cornham was the only danger at 2 out but Repeat Business quickly pulled clear, putting up a smart performance. Little Cornham was no match for the winner but ran well in 2nd and Argentato ran well in 3rd at 50-1. Supreme Danehill was the 6-4 favourite but could never get into a challenging position and ran below his best.

Good to see plenty of familiar local faces among the crowd and a few rare visitors to these parts.

Rhys Williams

 

GRANVILLE’S BETTING GOSSIP – SILVERTON AT BLACK FOREST LODGE 18 JAN 2015

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The betting ring at Black Forest was particularly strong with 15 bookies providing a competitive market.

• Punters got off to a good start with Welstonedruid (11-4 to 5-2 fav) squeezing home by a short head in front of Mic’s Delight (9-1 to each way money).

What About Will (9’s to 8’s) kept jumping to the left in the first of the divided Restricted, but still had 15 lengths in hand at the post. He can score again on a left hand track. Welsh cash was seen for the Nick Williams ridden Kerry Mganga (8’s to 6’s) but his effort was short lived. He should win a Restricted back in Wales.

Vilja was backed from 12-1 to 8-1 in the other Restricted division but fell at the 11th fence when lying second. She is in a good yard and is worth another chance. The finish concerned the two at the top of the market with Full Throttle (11-10 out to 9-4) atoning for his unlucky fall at Cottenham in beating the favourite Soixante Six (2-1 to 13-8)

Steeltown was well supported from 5-1 to 7-2 in a high class Men’s Open and ran extremely well. He was pegging back the winner Coombe Hill (strong at 7-2) near the finish, with former Lady Dudley Cup winner Rosies Peacock (5-2 into 2-1 fav) finishing a creditable third.

According To Harry (5-1 to 4-1) had fallen at Wadebridge last week after a promising third at the showground in a race which is working out well before Christmas. With the in-form Darren Edwards giving him a perfect waiting ride, this promising six-year-old just denied Swingbridge (3-1 fav) in yet another race which had to be divided on the day.

• Bookies got some expenses back in the other division of the Maiden when Genermouse (33-1 and not a friend in sight) put in an exhilarating round of jumping to score under Joshua Newman.

Infamous Grouse provided another shock in division two of the maiden. This big gelding started at 12-1 but had been seen at 20’s and it was left to Darren Edwards to follow in the hoof prints of his previous two winners.

* As it got colder the number of punters dwindled. Only the needy and the greedy (including me) lingered around for the final event of a long afternoon. Two of the eight Intermediate runners were offered at 66-1, but it was the Llangeinor qualified Repeat Business (5-2 to 7-4) who took the prize across the Severn bridge to Wales.

REPORT ON THE SILVERTON  POINT-TO-POINT AT BLACK FOREST LODGE  SUNDAY 18TH JANUARY 2015

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DARREN EDWARDS was the jockey in form with a sparkling treble on an action packed nine-race card at the Silverton fixture at Black Forest Lodge.

The 30-year-old, whose day job as a chartered surveyor in Leicestershire means regular weekend commuting to the West Country for point-to-point rides, had started this weekend by riding a winner at Larkhill,  and lost little time in adding to that success on Sunday.

Edwards paired up with rookie Ashburton, Devon, trainer Chris Honour to win the Men’s Open with that wonderful veteran Coombe Hill.

Now 14-years-old, and with his point-to-point tally already in double figures, Coombe Hill hit the front on the final bend and just fended off the rallying Steeltown by a head.

The delighted trainer said, “I rode 75 winners under rules, including winners for Geoff Thompson who owns Coombe Hill. Geoff kindly sent him to me to train when Charlotte Tizzard gave up. He is a lovely old horse and is the first winner I have saddled with my first runner. I still ride out for Chris Down and Rod Millman, and I hope this is a stepping stone to a training career.”

The first division of the Open Maiden had to be divided on the day, and once again a shrewd ride from Darren Edwards saw him steer six-year-old According To Harry into the winner’s enclosure. This time the verdict was just a short head as The Bradley Partnership owned gelding was all out to hold Swingbridge. “We bought him in Ireland as a four-year-old and he was the last horse sired by Old Vic,” remarked Nicky Martin.

According To Harry was also the first leg of a training double for Nicky Martin who followed up with another six-year-old Infamous Grouse in the same colours in the final Maiden race. “I am completely in shock,” smiled the Exmoor trainer as the 12-1 winner completed the treble for Darren Edwards. She added, “He is a big horse by Oscar who has needed time. We bought him as a three-year-old at the Derby sales but he missed a piece of work recently and I didn’t think he was quite fit enough.”

Thorverton trainer Robert Chanin continued his successful run of form with a second double in seven days. This time, despite being headed at the third last, Leanda Tickle soon had matters under control in the Ladies’ Open as Byerley Bear stretched clear off the home turn to record his hat trick for the season. “He was kicking and bucking round the field after his win last week but will have a little break now,” reported the trainer.

Welstonedruid had set the ball rolling for the yard with a hard fought short head success in the Confined. Ian Chanin had the mount on this ever improving youngster, owned by Andrew and Sue Knox. “He is an out and out stayer and likes soft ground,” commented the trainer, who expects the seven-year-old to step up into Open class.

The Restricted had to be divided on the day on a card which saw 93 runners turn out from a total of 128 entries. Despite continually jumping to the left, What About Will made all to win the first section, ridden by Vicky Wade in her father Keith’s colours. “He was a bit unlucky last time at Larkhill when he met traffic problems but I thought he wanted better ground than this,” reflected trainer Neil Harris.

The other section went to the progressive six-year-old Full Throttle, saddled by Barbury Castle handler Laura Thomas for her father Norman. 26-year-old Sam Painting, who rides out for the yard, had the mount on the sturdy chestnut, who was bought at Newbury sales after winning an Irish Maiden last March. “He failed the vet at the sales but I thought he was worth taking a chance with,” said the owner.

Genermouse can only be described as gigantic and it was a fine training performance by Chloe Newman to have the Generous seven-year-old fit to score on his seasonal debut in his division of the Open Maiden. Home bred by Michael Dare, he was given a positive ride by Josh Newman at odds of 33-1. “He fractured a pelvis and also had a wind op as a five-year-old so we have had to be super patient with him,” reported Chloe.

It was pretty cold when the last race took place, but favourite backers went home on a high as Welsh challenger Repeat Business landed some good bets in impressive style under James Tudor.

RESULTS

Results of the Silverton meeting

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RESULTS: SILVERTON AT BLACK FOREST LODGE, 18 JANUARY 2015

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Going: Soft

Confined (Sponsor Best Western Tiverton Hotel)

1 Welstonedruid (Ian Chanin) 5-2 fav prom. led 14, ran on strongly, just held on
2 Mic’s Delight (Jennifer Davenport) 9-1 in touch, chased winner from 14. ro well flat, just failed
3 Bradley Brook (Darren Edwards) 5-1 held up, stayed on from 3 out
14 ran; short head; 1 1/2l; 6 mins 26 secs
Owner Andrew & Sue Knox; Trainer: Robert Chanin

Restricted (Simpkins Edwards)

Division 1

1 What About Will (Vicky Wade) 8-1 made all, jumped left. drew clr 2 out
2 Kerry Mganga (Nick Williams) 7-1 chased ldrs, effort 3 out, no extra apprg last
3 Bamboleo (Will Telfer) 33-1 lost place 12, ran on agn clsg stgs, took 3rd close home
10 ran; 15l’; 20l; 6m 41s
Owner Keith Wade; Trainer Neil Harris

Division 2

1 Full Throttle (Sam Painting) 9-4 led 12, asserted 2 out, kept on
2 Soixante Six (Tom Weston) 13-8 fav held up, hdwy 14, cl 2nd 3 out – next, not quicken flat
3 Sparkling Miss (Michael Legg) 12-1 improved 14, effort 3 out, wknd next
11 ran; 1 1/2l; 15l; 6m 31s
Owner Norman Thomas Trainer Laura Thomas

Ladies’ Open (In support of Injured Jockeys & Hunt Servants fund)

1 Byerley Bear (Leanda Tickle) 8-11 fav led til hdd briefly 3 out, led agn next, ran on strongly
2 Foundry Square (Gina Andrews) 2-1 effort 4 out, every chance 2 out, no extra last
3 Catspan (Hannah Lewis) 14-1 tracked ldr, slt ld 3 out, outpaced after next
6 ran; 3l; 2l; 6m 37s
Owner Roger Knowles; Trainer Robert Chanin

Men’s Open (Bonhams)

1 Coombe Hill (Darren Edwards) 7-2 hdwy 4 out, cl 3rd 2 out, led apprg last, held on well
2 Steeltown (Jamie Thomas) 7-2 led 12, clear til pressed 3 out, hdd apprg last, rallied flat, just held
3 Rosie’s Peacock (John Mathias) 2-1 fav went 2nd 12, close up & every chance til hampered & wknd apprg last
11 ran; head; 4l; 6m 35s
Owner Geoff Thompson; Trainer Chris Honour

Open Maiden (Wilkinson Grant & Co)

Division 1 Part 1

1 According To Harry (Darren Edwards) 4-1 held up & bhd, gd hdwy 4 out, chall 2 out, led last, all out
2 Swingbridge (Sam Painting) 3-1 fav took ld 4 out, slt ld 2 out, hdd last, rallied nr post
3 The Mystro (Will Biddick) 7-2 midfield, some hdwy 3 out, not reach ldrs
10 ran; short head; 20l; 6m 45s
Owner The Bradley Partnership; Trainer Nicky Martin

Division 1 Part 2

1 Genermouse (Josh Newman) 33-1 led 9, jumped well, stayed on gamely when pressed from 3 out
2 Stony Road (Charlotte Prichard) 5-1 rear, hdwy to chall 4 out, sustained chall from 2 out, no ex flat
3 Wivannie (Bryony Frost) 3-1 led til 8, lost place, ran on agn clsg stgs
9 ran; 2l; 15l; 6m 46s
Owner: Michael dare; Trainer Chloe Newman

Open Maiden Division 2 (Devon Fuels)

1 Infamous Grouse (Darren Edwards) 12-1 held up midfield, led after 15, slt ld last, dvn out
2 Morebutwhen (Claire Hart) 10-1 prog 4 out, effort next, cl 2nd 2 out til last, just held
3 Gold Relief (David Noonan) 50-1 soon rear, gd hdwy 15, ev ch 2 out, no extra flat
14 ran; 1/2l; 3l; 6m 51s
Owner The Bradley Partnership; Trainer Nicky Martin

Intermediate (The Farriers)

1 Repeat Business (James Tudor) 7-4 held up, hdwy 10, led 4 out, drew clr last, comf
2 Little Cornham (Will Biddick) 9-2 held up, prog 14, went 2nd 4 out, ev chance 2 out, wknd apprg last
3 Argentato (Jordan Nailor) 33-1 made most til after 15, kept on one pace
8 ran; 10l; 20l; 6m 39s
Owner Mrs J Bird : Trainer James Tudor

The full results including all finishers are available on www.pointtopoint.co.uk

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Race Start time Link to entries and form for race
1st 12:00 Confined Race
2nd 12:35 Restricted Race
3rd 13:10 Ladies Open Race
4th 13:45 Mens Open Race
5th 14:20 Open Maiden Race, Division 1
6th 14:55 Open Maiden Race, Division 2
7th 15:30 Intermediate 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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