• 14:00 32Red Free 10 Bonus Maiden Hurdle2m 110y

  • Winner £3,249 2nd £954 3rd £477 4th £238
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 23.90s
  • Off time: 14:02:14
14:00 Huntingdon Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Attwaal (IRE) 6/4
2nd Goldie Horn 40/1
3rd Broughtons Warrior 25/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 4-4 Red, white star, red and black check sleeves, red cap, white star Attwaal (IRE) 24
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5 11-1 N B King J E Moore (3) 6/42.50
2 6 BLACK and RED (quartered), BLACK sleeves, RED seams, RED cap Broughtons Warrior 59
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6 11-1 W J Musson D A Jacob 25/126.00
3 7-6 Black, Crimson hoops, White cap, Black spots Cool Chief 291
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5 11-1 A Blackmore Joseph Akehurst (7) 250/1251.00
4 FUU6/0-0 Dark green, maroon sash and sleeves, white cap Fuse Wire 15
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7 11-1 D Burchell R T Dunne (3) 150/1151.00
5 84 Black, Mauve stars on sleeves and cap King's Warrior (FR) 31
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7 11-1 T R George P J Brennan 9/43.25
6 Black, Yellow sash, chevrons on sleeves, Yellow cap Mexican Mick 470
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5 11-1 C E Longsdon Kielan Woods (3) 18/119.00
7 43F/1-26 Yellow, Royal Blue cross belts, Royal Blue and Yellow striped sleeves, hooped cap Paddocks Lounge (IRE) 7
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7 11-1 Jim Best Matthew Batchelor 20/121.00
9 4/0-07 BLACK, WHITE sleeves, YELLOW cap Goldie Horn 45
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6 10-8 t N A Twiston-Davies Sam Twiston-Davies 40/141.00
10 8 Black, light green hoop Offherocker 7
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7 10-8 Miss C Dyson J Stevenson (7) 250/1251.00
11 05 Red, Dark Green and Red striped sleeves and cap Luckster 7
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4 10-7 P D Evans D Elsworth 14/115.00
12 Orange, dark blue star, orange sleeves, dark blue stars, dark blue cap Saint John Henry (FR)
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4 10-7 D Pipe T Scudamore 5/16.00
Non runners
82Spyder611-1Mrs L WadhamNon Runner


Attwaal, fourth to First Mohican at Doncaster last month, and Southwell second Spyder set the standard in this but the latter could find the shorter trip on this sharp track a problem. King's Warrior looks like he's improving with experience but we like the look of SAINT JOHN HENRY. David Pipe's four-year-old is making his racecourse debut but is by a prolific NH sire and is a half-brother to a bumper winner so shouldn't be short of pace. It will be a surprise if the winner doesn't come from the aforementioned.