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  • 13:40 Wetherby Racecourse Sunday Car-Boot-Sale Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle2m 110y

  • £2,250 added 4yo+ 6 ran
  • Winner £1,541 2nd £449 3rd £225
  • Going: Soft, Heavy in places
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 4m 23.87s
  • Off time: 13:40:08

Full result

13:40 Wetherby Result 22nd February 2011
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st Imperial Royale (IRE) 10-12 Lee Edwards P L Clinton 10 5/6f
Pushed along early to chase leaders, led from 1st, made rest, clear approaching 3 out, stayed on strongly opened evs touched evs £1100-£1000 £1000-£1100 £500-£550(x6) £500-£600
2nd 16 Bold Indian (IRE) 10-4 Paul Gallagher (3) M E Sowersby 7 13/2
Held up in touch, chased winner from 5th, ridden before 3 out, kept on same pace, no chance with winner opened 15/2 touched 8/1
3rd 13 Chadwell Spring (IRE) 10-9 C I Gillies M E Sowersby 5 11/2
Led to 1st, tracked leaders and keen, hit 3 out, weakened after next opened 6/1 touched 6/1
4th 22 Toby Mac 10-10 K James (3) L R James 9 16/1
In rear but in touch, hit 4th, pushed along after 4 out, a remote 4th and weakened before 2 out opened 11/1 touched 16/1
PU Bunacurry 11-12 Ryan Mania F P Murtagh 6 22/1
Held up towards rear but in touch, chased leaders in 3rd after 3rd, pushed along after 4 out, soon weakened, pulled up before 3 out opened 12/1 touched 25/1
PU Dancing Partner (USA) 10-8 Joe Colliver (8) Micky Hammond 10 9/2
With winner, not fluent 4th, soon lost place and in rear next, pulled up after 4 out opened 6/1 touched 7/1

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.10,£3.10
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£2.30 2&3:£4.00 1&3:£1.50

Placepot: £163.10, Pool: £54019.25, 241.73 winning tickets
Quadpot: £65.90, Pool: £4124.04, 46.3 winning tickets


IMPERIAL ROYALE is hardly one to rely on but this will take little winning and the experienced Lee Edwards can steer him home. The ten-year-old attracted support at Leicester last time despite some less than attractive form figures and wasn't exactly keen to get started but ran well during the race and can gain his second success over timber. East Yorkshire trainer Mike Sowersby has a couple of entries and with Campbell Gillies on board, Chadwell Spring could prove the pick in first-time blinkers. Bunacurry has hardly picked his feet up in six starts yet has to concede a stone or more all-round and the biggest threat may emerge from Dancing Partner, who at least has winning form but was beaten a distance on his comeback after a break of more than two years at Cartmel in August.