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Southwell

  • 15:40 Flying Dragon Maiden Stakes7f

  • £4,000 added 3yo+ 12 ran
  • Winner: £
  • Going: Standard
  • Surface: AllWeather
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 30.70s

Full result

15:40 Southwell Result 12th February 1999
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (7) Kentucky Bullet (USA) 8-7 J Fanning M Johnston 16/1
Led until headed over 4f out, rallied to regain advantage over 2f out, kept on well opened 12/1 touched 16/1
2nd (5) 2 Heathyards Jake 8-7 W Ryan R Hollinshead 9/4f
Slowly into stride, rapid headway from off the pace inside last 2f, finished strongly opened 3/1 touched 7/2
3rd (1) 2 Bahamian Pirate (USA) 9-10 Alex Greaves D Nicholls 11/4
With leader, led over 4f out until headed over 2f out, no extra inside last opened 7/4 touched 11/4 £2000-£1000
4th (6) Flossy 8-2 Dale Gibson C Thornton 25/1
Slowly into stride, driven along to recover after 2f, ridden and one pace last 2f opened 20/1 touched 25/1
5th (8) ¾ Springwood 9-10 R Winston (3) R A Fahey 20/1
Slowly into stride, ran green on wide outside, stayed on well last 2f, better for race opened 14/1 touched 25/1
6th (12) Asilana (IRE) 8-7 L Charnock T D Easterby 12/1
Chased along in midfield, no impression on leaders last 2f opened 12/1 touched 14/1
7th (9) nk French Spice 8-2 T Sprake Sir Mark Prescott 7/1
Chased along to go pace halfway, never able to reach challenging position opened 4/1 touched 7/1
8th (3) ¾ Angie Marinie 8-2 P Hanagan (7) R A Fahey 40/1
Chased leaders, feeling pace halfway, faded opened 25/1 touched 40/1
9th (11) ¾ Lady Coldunell 8-2 A Mackay N A Callaghan 6/1
Driven along to go pace halfway, never a threat opened 4/1 touched 6/1
10th (10) nk Marton Mere 8-7 J Quinn T D Easterby 33/1
Broke well to press leaders to halfway, weakened quickly over 2f out opened 25/1 touched 40/1
11th (2) 7 Almazhar (IRE) 9-10 C Lowther J Eyre 16/1
Chased along in midfield halfway, soon lost touch opened 20/1 touched 25/1
12th (4) 5 Another Century 9-10 O Pears D Nicholls 20/1
Slowly into stride, always behind