Today's free horse racing tips: Carlisle and Exeter – Steve Mullen's betting preview for Sunday, March 24

CARLISLE

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CAPTAIN ZEBO has had a little break since winning well at Wetherby last time after earlier winning on debut for his current trainer. This trip suits and there should be more to come. Battys Dilemma is related to some decent jumpers and any market move ahead of this debut would be interesting.

2.55

This track takes some getting and PITON PETE has a stamina edge over Charmant. He has some solid form over hurdles and is getting the hang of things as a chaser. Charmant has been going well at Ayr with three wins from four starts there but that uphill finish could be a tester.

3.30

SWEET VINETTA has run well twice since winning at Catterick and will appreciate this undulating trip. She looks on a fair mark and has beaten opposition of this class before. Amberose has enough ability for this and didn’t enjoy the muddling pace at Ayr last time. She is more than capable of bouncing back from that.

4.00

DU SOLEIL did well on his chasing debut when third here over 2m in October. He should build on that and the extra half-mile could bring further improvement too. Sophie Olivia likes this trip and has a win to her name over fences. She was a good second at Newcastle last time and has more to offer.

4.35

ROYAL CLARET has been in excellent form and landed a convincing win at Plumpton last time out. She’s had a little break since then but has gone well fresh before and saves her best for this distance. Creep Desbois was a good second at Southwell last time and is handicapped to go close again.

5.10

CONAS TAOI was a good winner on his last run over course and distance and followed up with a decent third at Fakenham last time out. He hasn’t climbed too far up the weights and should be thereabouts again. Pretty Miss Mahler has been knocking on the door and was a good third here last time out.

5.40

EAU TOP made a decent start to his career when fifth at Fontwell on debut last time out. He travelled like a quality performer there and should take a step forward from that. Portstorm showed positive signs on his debut third at Ayr last time when running green. He should improve a fair bit on that.


EXETER

2.10 On The Rox

2.40 Misty Bloom

3.15 Ebony Gale

3.45 Saintemilion

4.20 Dusky Lark

4.55 Western Morning

5.25 Southfield Harvest

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Today’s Newbury racing results: Full results from Newbury – live on ITV and Racing TV this Saturday, March 23

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14:05 – Insure With Be Wiser Handicap Chase (Class 3)

  • 1st Chic Name 9-2
  • 2nd Joe Farrell 12-1
  • 3rd Salmanazar 13-2
  • 4th Classic Ben 4-1
  • 5th Grand Vision 16-1
  • 6th Kansas City Chief 11-2
  • PU Strong Pursuit
  • PU Ziga Boy
  • PU Marcilhac
  • PU Luckofthedraw
  • PU Rock My Style

14:40 – Be Wiser Insurance Juvenile Handicap Hurdle (Class 2)

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15:15 – EBF & TBA Mares' 'National Hunt' Novices' Hurdle Series Final (Grade 2 Limited Handicap) (Class 1)

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15:50 – Doom Bar Handicap Chase (Class 2)

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16:25 – John Haine Memorial Novices' Hurdle (Class 4)

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17:00 – Goffs UK Spring Sale Bumper (Standard Open NH Flat Race) (Class 2)

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17:35 – Sharps Brewery Rock Handicap Chase (Class 3)

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Today's Martin Pipe betting preview: Latest runners, riders, odds and trainer quotes for the final field

AFTER a fabulous week of racing it's time to wind down with the Martin Pipe.

We've put together all the important info to help you find the winner of the contest.

1. Early Doors – Joseph O'Brien/Jonjo O'Neill Jr (7-1)

Interesting runner from the top of the weights as he's twice finished behind Apple's Jade this season.

There's nothing of her calibre in this and he could pose a threat from the top of the handicap.

2. Acapella Bourgeois – Willie Mullins/Ricky Doyle (14-1)

Very good horse in his prime but hasn't seen on the track for over a year now.

Could be well-handicapped but needs to prove his well-being.

3. If You Say Run – Paul Nicholls/Bryony Frost (20-1)

Been running in higher grades than this over further and will be staying on better than most at the death.

Has top pilot up but may struggle from this high a mark.

4. Mr Antolini – Nigel Twiston-Davies/Jordan Nailor (25-1)

Consistent in the main but needs to recover from a tame effort last time out.

Doesn't look that well-handicapped and best watched for now.

5. Getareason – Willie Mullins/Liam Gilligan (12-1)

Had some decent form in graded company this season and remains to be seen how good his mark is.

Likely to provide a stern challenge with good jock up top.

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6. Dallas Des Pictons – Gordon Elliott/Donagh Meyler (7-2)

Been the subject of positive reports from connections and they clearly think he's nicely handicapped here.

Narrowly won his handicap debut recently and is likely to be firmly in the mix.

7. Coolanly – Fergal O'Brien/Connor Brace (33-1)

Suffered surprise defeat at Wetherby recently and on that form isn't good enough here.

Has put up some nice efforts recently though and could be capable of a nice run.

8. Style De Garde – Nicky Henderson/Ned Curtis (28-1)

Quirky customer who's finished second on his last two outings in minor handicaps.

Needs more now but is respected for top connections.

9. Defi Bleu- Gordon Elliott/Connor Brassil (12-1)

Flopped last time but on his form beforehand he has a big chance here off what looks a decent mark.

Wouldn't have been out of place in a better grade and has a good shot here.

10. Pym – Nicky Henderson/Richard Patrick (16-1)

Highly regarded by his trainer but not really produced that on the racecourse and need more than his recent efforts.

Improving for experience, though, and could have a nice opening mark.

11. Daybreak Boy – Henry De Bromhead/Donal McInerney (16-1)

Won well last time and has a steadily progressive profile.

Top jock takes the ride and could be a bit of value at his current price.

12. Garo De Juilley – Sophie Leech/Sean Houlihan (50-1)

Not been in good form of late and is a very erratic performer.

Needs everything to drop right if he's to have a say.

13. Discordantly – Jessica Harrington/Conor Orr (18-1)

Steadily improving with every run and looks capable of a big run if translating his maiden form to this.

Not very experienced but unexposed and could go nicely.

14. Cartwright – Gordon Elliott/Fergus Gregory (11-1)

Looked promising at one stage and is well-handicapped on old form.

Needs to find more but accords respect for top trainer.

15. Mount Mews – Donald McCain/Danny McMenamin (28-1)

One of the most exciting horses in the north at one stage but has had his bubble burst on a few occasions now.

Nicely handicapped back over hurdles and has a big chance if putting best foot forward.

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16. Big Time Dancer – Jennie Candlish/Ross Chapman (18-1)

Won the Lanzarote on his latest start and earned a hefty rise in the weights.

This isn't the easiest contest in which he has to prove he's worth his new mark.

17. Le Musee – Nigel Hawke/Tom Buckley (40-1)

Won easily at Taunton last month but that was in a much lower grade and likely to struggle now.

Has career-high mark to contend with and is passed over.

18. Not That Fuisse – Dan Skelton/William Marshall (25-1)

Has the beating of Style De Garde thanks to a Taunton win two starts ago.

Needs more on his defeat last time and probably won't like the hustle and bustle of this test.

19. Sakhee's City – Philip Kirby/Thomas Dowson (66-1)

Doesn't look well-handicapped enough to land a race of this nature.

20. Doctor Dex – Tom George/Lorcan Williams (33-1)

Has improved on his last couple of starts in novice events and has been given a decent-looking mark.

Top jock on board but will need to improve a bit.

21. Burrows Park – Venetia Williams/Hugh Nugent (28-1)

Completed a double earlier in the season but looks harshly treated now.

Would probably also prefer a bit further.

22. Casa Tall – Tom George/Kieron Edgar (50-1)

Ran a good race last time out to finish second at Chepstow, though the winner hasn't franked the form.

Needs to find something extra.

23. Kapgarry – Nigel Twiston-Davies/Stan Sheppard (66-1)

Flopped badly the last twice and needs a lot more here.

24. Champagne Court – Jeremy Scott/Rex Dingle (40-1)

Right at the bottom of the weights and could be nicely handicapped on his Lingfield novice win.

Good jockey on board and could run better than his price suggests.

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Today's Triumph Hurdle betting preview: Latest runners, riders, odds and trainer quotes for the final field

We've put together all the important info to help you find the winner of the contest.

1. Adjali – Nicky Henderson/Daryl Jacob (16-1)

Looked very promising when beating King D'Argent on his British debut and then ran well to be a neck second to Quel Destin at Chepstow.

Flopped last time, though, and needs to find a bit more to be a win contender.

2. Authorizo – Gordon Elliott/Jack Kennedy (66-1)

Won a maiden hurdle very easily on Irish debut and looked a very nice horse in the making.

Couldn't back that up last time when sent off Evs for a Grade 3 and now has a bit to prove.

3. Coeur Sublime – Gordon Elliott/Davy Russell (16-1)

Has disappointed on his last couple of starts after looking one of the brighter juvenile Irish hopes earlier in the season.

Definitely has talent having come from a decent level on the Flat, but needs to bounce back.

4. Ecco – Paul Nicholls/Harry Skelton (66-1)

Third string for Paul Nicholls needs to leave his Adonis sixth well behind him.

Likely to be other days for this one.

5. Gardens Of Babylon – Joseph O'Brien/Barry Geraghty (11-1)

Second string for the young Irish maestro looked good on debut but has since been put in his place by stablemate Sir Erec.

Definitely capable of running a big race in first-time cheekpieces.

6. Hannon – John C McConnell/David Noonan (25-1)

Beaten by a decent sort last time out and definitely has ability.

Unlikely to be good enough for first prize, however.

John McConnell on Hannon

"We're still 50-50 about running. We're hoping it's going to dry some.

"He's never gone on ground as soft as it is there now. If good to soft comes back into it by Friday, which is a possibility, then we will probably have a go.

"It's competitive, and the favourite will be hard to beat, but we hope we have an each-way chance.

"He's in great form. We'd like to run, but we're not going to empty him on soft ground."

7. Nelson River – Tony Carroll/Harry Bannister (100-1)

Definitely shown ability since being switched to hurdles, with wins at Bangor and then here.

Would have had more of a shout in the handicaps though, and is best watched now.

8. Pentland Hills – Nicky Henderson/Nico de Boinville (14-1)

Interesting contender for Nicky Henderson, having thrashed a reasonable field at Plumpton on debut.

Will enjoy the drying ground and remains to be seen where his limitations lie.

9. Pic D'Orhy – Paul Nicholls/Sam Twiston-Davies (10-1)

First start for connections after coming from France and the trainer has a very good record with this type.

Wears a first-time tongue-tie and could be anything – has been the subject of good reports at home.

10. Quel Destin – Paul Nicholls/Harry Cobden (8-1)

Been a revelation this season with five straight wins, with his Grade 1 over Christmas and his Victor Ludorum win last time marking him out as a top juvenile.

Definitely has form claims and his tough attitude will stand him in good stead here.

Paul Nicholls on Quel Destin

"He just got beat first time out at Chepstow for us.

"He was a bit green that day and inexperienced in regards to hurdling and British racing. He won a Grade One at Chepstow over Christmas. He has won a couple of Grade Twos, one at Cheltenham.

"He came back at Haydock the other day and won the Victor Ludorum. I was surprised how well he won, because he was big and well and I thought he need the run.

"He is a proper tough four-year-old – what you want in the Triumph. He can make the running if they go no gallop. He can be nice and handy."

11. Runrized – Willie Mullins/David Mullins (100-1)

Unusual for a Willie Mullins contender to be 100-1, but he does appear to have plenty to do.

Could only manage fourth on debut and needs a lot more.

12. Sir Erec – Joseph O'Brien/Mark Walsh (11-10)

Hot favourite for this has looked extremely smart in two starts, winning very easily in top company last time out.

Hard to find a flaw and could well provide his trainer with a second Festival winner.

Joseph O'Brien on Sir Erec

"Obviously he has taken to hurdling well.

"He ran a nice race first time and improved a good bit to his second run. He'll have to improve again, but we're hopeful he's capable of doing so.

"Maybe the (Triumph) field might not be as big as it used to be, but all the good ones will still be there. It's going to be a competitive race – and by far his biggest test so far – and he'll probably have to run a career-best to win it.

"We're very realistic in that sense, but we'd like to think he has a favourite's chance.

"He was visually very impressive the last day, and I've never hidden the regard we hold him in. He's very exciting.

"He's won his last two races on good ground and won a Listed race on heavy ground on the Flat, so he seems pretty ground-versatile."

13. Tiger Tap Tap – Willie Mullins/Ruby Walsh (9-1)

Just lost out to the favourite on debut and on that form he is a big player here for his top connections.

Couldn't produce as strong an effort last time though and will need to come up with something extra.

Patrick Mullins on Tiger Tiger Tap

"I think Tiger Tap Tap has a huge chance. His form with Sir Erec at Christmas is his true form.

"Sir Erec dominated from the front in a slowly-run race on fast ground the last day, which suited him as an ex-Flat horse.

"We hope in a fast-run race Tiger Tap Tap will be able to get close to him again."

14. French Made – Willie Mullins/Paul Townend (50-1)

Won easily on debut for this yard and certainly looks overpriced at 50-1.

Remains to be seen how good he is but done nothing wrong so far.

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Today’s Newbury racing results: Full results from Newbury – live on ITV and Racing TV this Saturday

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1.30 – Peter O'Sullevan Charitable Trust H.O.P.E Programme Seniors' Handicap Hurdle

  • 1st First Drift 25-1
  • 2nd Betameche 9-4f
  • 3rd Fortunate George 17-2
  • 4th Space Oddity 40-1
  • 5th Bally Longford 8-1
  • 6th Nesterenko 25-1
  • 7th A Hare Breath 7-1
  • 8th Hallings Comet 40-1
  • 9th Ritual Of Senses 11-1
  • PU Tapaculo
  • PU Private Malone
  • F Hit The Highway

2.05 – William Hill Supporting Greatwood Veterans' Handicap Chase

  • 1st Carole's Destrier 6-1
  • 2nd Theatre Guide 12-1
  • 3rd Houblon Des Obeaux 12-1
  • 4th Milansbar 14-1
  • 5th Abolitionist 11-2
  • 6th Joe Farrell 8-1
  • 7th Shanroe Santos 5-1
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2.40 – William Hill Supporting Greatwood Gold Cup Handicap Chase

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3.10 – In Memory of the Late Michael Yeadon Handicap Hurdle

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3.45 – Awdry Bailey & Douglas Supporting Greatwood Novices' Handicap Hurdle

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4.15 – BetVictor Novices' Chase

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4.50 – ITM Supporting Greatwood Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race

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Today’s Doncaster racing results: Full results from Doncaster live on ITV and Sky Sports Racing

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13:50 – 888Sport Handicap Hurdle (Class 2)

  • 1st Who's My Jockey 9-4f
  • 2nd Faithful Mount 6-1
  • 3rd Bordeaux Bill 9-2
  • 4th Brillare Momento 16-1
  • 5th Wemyss Point 6-1
  • 6th Three Ways 12-1
  • FELL Jersey Bean

14:25 – 888Sport Bet 10 Get 30 Handicap Chase (Class 2)

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15:00 – 888Sport Take 'Em On Mares' Novices' Hurdle (Listed) (Class 1)

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15:35 – 888Sport Grimthorpe Handicap Chase (Class 2)

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16:05 – 888Sport Follow Us On Instagram Novices' Hurdle (Class 4)

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16:40 – 888Sport Download The App Handicap Hurdle (Class 4)

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17:15 – 888Sport Standard NH Flat Race (Conditional Jockeys And Amateur Riders) (Class 5)

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Today’s FREE Horse racing tips: The Betting Spy’s top picks for Saturday's racing at Newbury, Doncaster and Lingfield

She landed a Listed mares chase at Huntingdon last time but the handicapper has surprisingly not raised her rating.

Even if the Irish-trained favourite and runner-up was below-par the form with the third would justify a rise. And her jockey, Richard Patrick, was unable to claim so there is every reason to believe she is well weighted.

And her chance is not dependent on that one bit of form as she was travelling well when brought down in the big November handicap at Cheltenham and then chased home in-form Aso at the same track on New Year's Day.

Those runs came when Lee's stable were struggling but there has been a real upturn of fortunes of late. Happy Diva can continue the good run.

This race has been a Paul Nicholls benefit down the years, he has won it eight times, and he runs three, Dolos, Warriors Tale and San Benedeto.


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All have claims but it may be significant that Harry Cobden has given the meeting a miss to head to Kelso to ride Getaway Trump. Mercian Prince, War Sound and Valdez are respected but if Happy Diva runs her race they will all need to go some.

In the veterans chase at 2.05 ABOLITIONIST catches the eye. Richard Newland acquired the ex-Irish 11-year-old last year and, on his first run for the doctor who seems to have found the cure for jaded thoroughbreds, he bolted up in a handicap hurdle at Aintree.

That was a career-best over timber. He runs today off a chase mark of 145 and that is very fair – to put it mildly – on his third in the 2017 Irish National.

If he runs close to that, let alone finds improvement, then he will be hard to beat. Abolitionist is being aimed at the Grand National but he is not certain to make the 'cut' so connections will have their eyes firmly set on this prize.

I spy an eyecatcher…

Ireland seem to hold a strong hand in the juvenile hurdling division and at Naas on Sunday we may have seen another good one.

HANNON was pitched in against older horses on just his third run over obstacles and made the Gordon Elliott-trained Chosen Mate, who has entries in Grade 1 company at Cheltenham, pull out all the stops for a nose victory in a Grade 2 event.

The runner-up might even have won but for his rider losing his whip in the last furlong. Hannon could be one to look out for if trainer John McConnell sends him over for the 4-y-o handicap at the Festival.

And his 112-day absence is not a worry. The Aintree win came after 441 days off the track and, throughout his career, he has always gone well fresh.

The Last Samuri shaped better at Taunton last time but has not won for three years while Joe Farrell has been hiked up the weights after winning the Scottish National.

Theatre Guide has often run well at the track without winning and has place claims again. As with all these races there are numerous old favourites who should run well but in Abolitionist we have an unusual entry in a veterans event, one with scope for improvement!

Small fields are the order of the day as the dry weather continues to affect Doncaster but one man who will have no complaints about that is Kim Bailey as the good ground is perfect for his progressive novice ROCKY'S TREASURE who can bag the loot in the Grimthorpe Chase at 3,35.

The eight-year-old disappointed behind OK Corral at Warwick but that can be a tricky track so the run can be forgiven.

Earlier he was only four lengths behind RSA Chase favourite Santini at Newbury and he was hugely impressive when winning a Grade 2 event over today's course and distance in December. On that form he is well handicapped despite top weight.

Dingo Dollar flopped here last time and he is better suited to softer ground. Barney Dwan is a powerful galloper but the fences keep getting in the way so the biggest danger is probably Looking Well.

ARC have raided their piggy-bank and put up some decent cash for the all-weather Saturday afternoon action at Lingfield – and as a result there is some quality racing.

ROYAL BIRTH can grab the first-prize money in the sprint handicap at 2.50. He was only just collared by fast-improving Gorgeous Noora over track and trip last week, with re-opposing Corinthia Knight, Gracious John and Ornate behind.

That was just Royal Birth's second start of the winter season and he can do better still. Verne Castle and Boom The Groom are both useful but are weighted up to their recent best. With Oisin Murphy taking over in the saddle, Royal Birth will be hard to beat.

In the 5.00 ATOMIC JACK can gain compensation for an unlucky defeat at the track two weeks ago. The four-year-old had clearly improved for a break and tackling two miles when landing a right touch at Kempton last month, in a race that is working out well.

He was then the main sufferer in a typical muddling race here where only a length covered the first four home. Jack finished with a rare rattle and was ahead a few yards after the post. He is only 1lb higher in this apprentice race and Cieren Fallon, surprise surprise, is a pretty useful rider!

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Today’s Ascot racing results: Full results from Ascot – live on ITV and Racing TV this Saturday

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12:30 Thames Materials Novices' Hurdle

  • 1st Dashel Drasher 7-1
  • 2nd Russian Hawk 7-2
  • 3rd Imperial Knight 66-1
  • 4th Deisa Aba 7-4f
  • PU I Can't Explain 15-8
  • PU Du Chatelier 200-1

1:00 Ascot Supports Berkshire Community Foundation Handicap Hurdle

  • 1st Brio Conti 25-1
  • 2nd Honest Vic 16-1
  • 3rd Ballyandy 7-2f
  • 4th Malaya 20-1
  • 5th Darling Maltaix 7-1
  • 6th Air Horse One 8-1
  • 7th Cloudy Glen 5-1
  • 8th Umndeni 4-1
  • 9th Sussex Ranger 12-1
  • UPL Tight Call 6-1

1:35 Sodexo Reynoldstown Novices' Chase (Grade 2)

  • 1st Mister Malarky 7-2
  • 2nd Now Mcginty 11-4
  • 3rd Yalltari 11-2
  • 4th Coup De Pinceau 13-2
  • 5th Top Ville Ben 11-5f

2:10 Keltbray Swinley Chase (A Limited Handicap) (Listed Race) 

  • 1st Calipto 15-2
  • 2nd Black Corton 9-4f
  • 3rd Regal Encore 14-1
  • 4th Crievehill 14-1
  • 5th Smooth Stepper 33-1
  • 6th Reikers Island 11-4
  • PU Coneygree 5-1
  • UPL Art Mauresque 8-1

2:45 Betfair Denman Chase (Grade 2) 

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3:20 Betfair Hurdle (Handicap) (Grade 3) 

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3:55 Betfair Ascot Chase (Grade 1) 

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4:30 Best Racing On Racing TV Handicap Hurdle (Qualifier For The Challenger Staying Hurdle Series Final)

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5:00 British EBF Mares' Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race (Qualifier For The EBF Mares' NHF Series)

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Today’s Sandown racing results: Full results from Sandown live on ITV this Saturday

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12.15 Unibet Juvenile Hurdle 

  • 1st Torpillo 30-100f
  • 2nd Fukuto 14-1
  • 3rd Paddy The Chef 12-1
  • 4th Flashdanza 66-1
  • 5th Tis Fantastic 66-1
  • F Last Enchantment 40-1
  • UR Honourable 9-2

12.45 Unibet Handicap Chase

  • 1st Darebin 7-2
  • 2nd Capeland Evsf
  • 3rd Poker School 10-3
  • 4th Yorkist 6-1

1.20 32Red Handicap Chase

  • 1st Larry 7-2
  • 2nd Darius Des Bois 5-2f 
  • 3rd Western Miller 6-1
  • 4th Vocaliser 25-1
  • 5th Lithic 9-2
  • 6th Prairie Town 14-1
  • 7th Creep Desbois 7-1
  • 8th Dream Bolt 12-1

1.50 Unibet Mares' Hurdle (Listed Race) 

  • 1st Laurina 1-8f
  • 2nd Sensulano 5-1

2.25 Unibet Tolworth Novices' Hurdle (Grade 1)

  • 1st Elixir Du Nutz 3-1
  • 2nd Grand Sancy 4-1
  • 3rd Southfield Stone 6-1
  • 4th Rathhill 6-5f
  • 5th Mercy Mercy Me 14-1
  • NR Idee De Garde

3.00 Unibet Veterans' Handicap Chase

  • 1st 
  • 2nd 
  • 3rd 
  • 4th
  • 5th
  • 6th
  • 7th
  • 8th
  • 9th
  • 10th
  • 11th
  • 12th
  • 13th
  • 14th
  • 15th
  • 16th
  • 17th

3.35 32Red.com Handicap Hurdle

  • 1st 
  • 2nd 
  • 3rd 
  • 4th
  • 5th
  • 6th
  • 7th

 

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