• 12:40 32Red.com Maiden Hurdle2m

  • Winner £1,689 2nd £496 3rd £248 4th £124
  • Going: Heavy
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 16.50s
  • Off time: 12:40:33
12:40 Uttoxeter Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Shutthefrontdoor (IRE) 15/8
2nd Key To The West (IRE) 11/8
3rd Bright Abbey 8/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 Pink, Maroon star Bright Abbey 84
4 11-0 P J Hobbs R Johnson 8/19.00
2 7 Black and White stripes, Yellow sleeves, Black and Yellow striped cap Darlington County 17
4 11-0 D McCain Jnr J M Maguire 12/113.00
3 R38-00 Yellow, dark blue stripe Diamond Tammy (IRE) 17
6 11-0 A Hobbs Donal Fahy 100/1101.00
5 3-250 Emerald Green, Yellow hoops, Emerald Green cap, White star Josies Orders (IRE) 17
4 11-0 Jonjo O'Neill R P McLernon 25/126.00
6 2-022 Dark Blue, White star, Red sleeves, White stars, Red cap, White star Key To The West (IRE) 24
5 11-0 C E Longsdon N D Fehily 11/82.38
7 352-466 Red, dark blue cross belts, white sleeves, red and dark blue check cap Mirific (FR) 23
6 11-0 p T Symonds Benjamin Poste (7) 102 5/16.00
8 9 Royal Blue and White stripes, chevrons on sleeves, Royal Blue cap Red Rosso 212
7 11-0 B R Summers C Wallis (5) 150/1151.00
9 111-3 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap Shutthefrontdoor (IRE) 41
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
5 11-0 Jonjo O'Neill A P McCoy 15/82.88
10 0 Royal Blue, Emerald Green sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Orange cap Alistorm 59
6 10-7 Mark Campion Harry Haynes 100/1101.00
Non runners
47Executive Strike611-0N J PomfretT E Whelan


Key To The West only found The Italian Yob too good on his hurdling debut on heavy ground at Exeter and seems sure to be in the shake-up again. But SHUTTHEFRONTDOOR's first run over obstacles at Folkestone was too bad to be true considering he won all three of his starts in bumpers, including a Listed contest at Newbury in February. It will be a huge disappointment if Jonjo O'Neill's highly-rated gelding doesn't make amends here. The yard also run Josies Orders but he's not built on a second at Haydock in October while Mirific has had plenty of chances. Newcomer Bright Abbey has won twice on the Flat and looks best of the rest.