14:10 Perth

Saturday 14 August 2021

All14:1014:4515:2015:5016:2516:5517:30

    Rhubarb And Ginger Edinburgh Gin Maiden Hurdle (GBB Race)

  • 4YO plus  |   Class 4  |   2m 47y  |   Good (Good to Soft in places)  |   13 Runners  |   Turf
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 14:11  |   Winning time: 3m 51.6s
1st
Horse silk
6
611-4
33/1
T: W Young JnrJ: D R Fox
Midfield, ridden and some headway 3 out, driven to press leaders last, stayed on strongly to lead flat op 28/1 tchd 50/1
2nd
Horse silk
2 ¼
2
11/1
T: Gerald QuinnJ: Mr N McParlan (3)
Keen in rear of midfield, steady headway after 3 out, chased leaders when ridden 2 out, led narrowly last, headed flat op 8/1
3rd
Horse silk
5
7
5/2
T: I JardineJ: Peter Kavanagh (7)
Keen in front, joined 4th, headed before 5th, ridden and close up 2 out, one pace from before last op 11/4 tchd 9/4
4th
Horse silk
1 ¾
5
8/1
T: Justin LandyJ: Callum Bewley
In touch, close up 4th, led before 5th, increased tempo after 3 out, ridden after 2 out, headed before last, weakened flat
5th
Horse silk
18
8
11/8f
T: Dr R D P NewlandJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
Prominent, blundered and almost unseated rider 1st, midfield when slow jump 3rd, headway to chase leaders 5th, ridden after 3 out, weakened 2 out op 13/8
6th
Horse silk
1 ½
10
66/1
T: A C WhillansJ: Craig Nichol
Held up in rear, not fluent 3rd, ridden after 3 out, modest headway under pressure 2 out, kept on one pace from before last op 50/1 tchd 80/1
7th
Horse silk
12
3
7/1
T: Mrs Dianne SayerJ: Danny McMenamin
Held up towards rear, pushed along after 5th, driven and well beaten after 3 out op 9/1 tchd 11/1
8th
Horse silk
5
4
100/1
T: M A BarnesJ: S Mulqueen
Prominent, ridden after 3 out, gradually weakened before 2 out op 66/1 tchd 125/1
9th
Horse silk
2
12
510-11
50/1
T: I JardineJ: C O'Farrell
Restrained in midfield, headway 5th, ridden and weakened before 2 out tchd 66/1
10th
Horse silk
22
1
8/1
T: D McCain JnrJ: B S Hughes
Midfield, awkward 5th, ridden and lost touch after 3 out, weakened before 2 out tchd 7/1 and tchd 9/1
11th
Horse silk
6
11
200/1
T: Mrs A C HamiltonJ: Sean Quinlan
Always towards rear op 150/1

Also Ran

PU
Horse silk
9
250/1
T: R M SmithJ: Ryan Mania
Held up in rear, mistake 1st, tailed off 3 out, pulled up before 2 out op 100/1
PU
Horse silk
13
250/1
T: Miss L HarrisonJ: Thomas Dowson
Towards rear, not fluent 2nd, lost ground before 4th, tailed off when pulled up before 5th op 200/1 tchd 300/1

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Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£38.50Pl:£7.50, £3.80, £1.10EX:£410.20Trifecta:£1,471.60SF:£360.79Swingers:£32.80, £14.00, £5.50

Forecasts

Tiger Orchid (11/8), Kavanaghs Cross (5/2), Dan's Cross (7/1), Do No Wrong (8/1), Arab Moon (8/1), Cirque Royal (11/1), Gripper (33/1), Pure Surf (50/1), Toutatis (66/1), Deerfoot (100/1), Turbo Command (200/1), Solway Mouse (250/1), Cole Noir (250/1)

Verdict

TIGER ORCHID has done well in bumpers this summer, winning 2 of his 3 starts, and he’s fancied to continue that good work over hurdles and make a successful debut. Kavanaghs Cross is an obvious contender on the pick of his form in Ireland, with Dan's Cross also in the mix following a promising start in this sphere at Cartmel.

  1. TIGER ORCHID (IRE)
  2. KAVANAGHS CROSS (IRE)
  3. DAN'S CROSS (IRE)

Prize Money

1st: £4,193.002nd: £1,932.003rd: £966.004th: £484.00

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