Today's racecards

Pontefract

  • 15:40 Pontefract Marathon Handicap2m 5f 122y

  • Winner £3,234 2nd £962 3rd £481 4th £240
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 4m 55.33s
  • Off time: 15:41:49
15:40 Pontefract Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Kazbow (IRE) 4/1
2nd Stickleback 7/2
3rd Riptide 6/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (8) 8406-11 YELLOW, MAROON epaulets, MAROON sleeves, YELLOW armlets Kazbow (IRE) 62
Nag me
7 9-12 t R Ford Freddie Tylicki 75 4/15.00
2 (1) 627730- White, royal blue epaulets, striped sleeves and diamonds on cap Riptide 107
Nag meDistance Winner
7 9-10 p M Scudamore P Mulrennan 73 6/17.00
3 (9) 55784-9 Dark blue, pink epaulets My Arch 13
Nag meCourse Winner
11 9-8 Ollie Pears G Lee 71 17/29.50
4 (10) 0583/33 Red and Light Blue check, halved sleeves Kalamill (IRE) 38
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6 9-7 S Lycett L Morris 70 8/19.00
6 (5) 143/880- Yellow, Red cross belts, Red and Yellow check cap Jeu De Roseau (IRE) 165
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9 9-0 C Grant P Hanagan 63 9/25.50
7 (3) 1659-00 WHITE, DARK BLUE stars, DARK BLUE sleeves, WHITE stars Maid Of Meft 13
Nag meCourse Winner
6 8-13 P T Midgley M Fenton 62 12/113.00
8 (6) 322230- WHITE, ROYAL BLUE stripe, WHITE and ROYAL BLUE hooped sleeves and cap Bijou Dan 195
Nag meDistance Winner
12 8-7 G M Moore P McDonald 55 18/119.00
9 (12) 67-478 Yellow, Brown disc and sleeves Father Shine (IRE) 3
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10 8-7 S A Harris D Fentiman 49 33/134.00
10 (7) 67208/7- Royal Blue, Yellow hollow box, checked sleeves Go Amwell 40
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10 8-7 v J R Jenkins Julie Burke (3) 46 33/134.00
11 (4) 009300/ Yellow, Red cross belts, Red sleeves, Yellow stars, Yellow cap, Red stars Galley Slave (IRE) 55
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8 8-7 t M C Chapman Danielle Mooney (7) 45 80/181.00
12 (2) 0/3782-3 Black and Yellow stripes, White sleeves Stickleback 13
Nag me
4 8-1 p Micky Hammond J P Sullivan 49 7/24.50
Non runners
5 (11)97662-2Wily Fox69-0J M P EustaceRosie Jessop63

Verdict

KAZBOW once raced off a mark in the 90s but lost his way before returning with a bang at Southwell where he completed a double in February. He looks the one to beat though Wily Fox will ensure he doesn't have things his own way as he's won twice over hurdles during the winter and ran well over a lightly shorter trip here recently when Stickleback wasn't far behind and My Arch, who generally goes well on the track, well beaten. Kalamill is still a maiden but getting closer and is on a fair enough mark as is Jeu De Roseau, who has scored over hurdles since his last victory on the Flat at Newcastle.