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Juvenile Hurdle (Grade 1) 4YO: Distance 2m 1f: Fences 9: Runners 15

Before the first jump Guitar Pete was at the back of the field with Broughton and Agreement at the front. With a circuit to go Commissioned, Calipto & Agreement were ahead on the outside with Violet Dancer on the inside. Guitar Pete remained at the back with five fences to go and this scenario continued for another couple of hurdles. With only the final flight to be negotiated Clarcam was between Calipto and Commissioned but Guitar Pete had begun a surging run on the outside. At the post Guitar Pete at 13-2 was victorious by 1 ¾ lengths over Clarcam at 14-1 odds and 2 ¾ lengths behind came Commissioned the 7-2 favourite.

2.30 Betfred Bowl Chase (Grade 1): Distance 3m 1f: Fences 19: Runners 6

The small field broke into two groups of three, with Houblon Des Obeaux, First Lieutenant and Silviniaco Conti taking the lead, whilst Menorah, Argocat and Dynaste followed a short way behind. With twelve fences to go Argocat had become remote in the field, whilst fluent jumping from Menorah seen the horse in third spot with Silviniaco Conti and First Lieutenant alongside. This was the running order going into the home straight at the end of the first circuit, with Dynaste in fourth place. Houblon Des Obeaux was out of the running with seven jumps to go and Argocat began a stealth move through the field with four hurdles left. At the last flight Silviniaco Conti, Dynaste and Argocat were the contenders, and three lengths separated them at the finish. 9/4 Silviniaco Conti took victory by 1 ½ lengths over Dynaste a 13-8f and Argocat was third at 25-1.

Silviniaco Conti (6) & Dynaste (2) fight it out. Image credit @Channel4Racing

Silviniaco Conti (6) & Dynaste (2) fight it out. Image credit @Channel4Racing

3.05 Doom Bar Aintree Hurdle (Grade 1): Distance 2m 4f: Fences: 11: Runners 7

Taking the initial lead was Petit Zig followed by Irish Saint and Rock On Ruby with Grandouet at the back of the field. With a circuit to go Irish Saint had ½ a length on Petit Zig and Rock On Ruby whilst Diakali had joined Grandouet at the rear. Going into the back straight with three fences in quick succession, Rock On Ruby nudged into the lead but The New One was about six to seven lengths off the pace. Diakali began his move forward from the back with three jumps to go, and with two flights left The New One had motored into second place. At the last with Diakali on the far side, The New One on the inside and Rock On Ruby in the middle, they all powered toward the post. In an amazing three-way photo finish The New One a 4/9f took victory by a head over 10/1 Rock On Ruby in second place only by a nose over Diakali.

3.40 Crabbie’s Supporting The Hillsborough Families Fox Hunters Chase (National Course): 2m 5f: Fences 18: Runners 21

Brunswick Gold was withdrawn before the race, and Boxer Georg took the initiative at the start but unseated his rider at fence eight. Pentiffic was out of the race at the second hurdle, and by fence five Warne was in the lead narrowly ahead of Mossey Joe, with Tartan Snow in the second half of the field. At 9 of 18 fences

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Fresh Air And Fun unseated its rider, and Earth Dream had joined the leading two horses. Warne stormed in front of the field having about a twelve length advantage over the others at fence 13. By then Tartan Snow was making some headway in getting more involved in the race. With two flights remaining Warne continued to be in the lead, but Mossey Joe had significantly reduced the margin between first and second (about 4 lengths), with Tartan Snow now in third place. With a gruelling two furlongs home straight to negotiate, Warne had to continuously alter his run to dodge loose horses. In second place Mossey Joe’s every stride reduced in length and Tartan Snow took advantage. Warne stormed past the post as 7-2 2f winner, a clear 13 lengths ahead of 25-1 Tartan Snow. Four and a half lengths behind Mossey Joe 11-8f was a thankful third, and Earth Dream followed eight lengths behind to take fourth place at 33-1. Interestingly Tartan Snow now aged 14 showed great powers in the end part of this race over the Grand National fences. Having won the race last year as a thirteen year old, could this be a good omen for Tidal Bay?

Tartan Snow can still show a quick hoof aged 14. Image credit @TheJockeyClub

Tartan Snow can still show a quick hoof aged 14. Image credit @TheJockeyClub

4.15 Silver Cross Red Rum Handicap Chase (Grade 1): Distance 2m: Runners 16. NR Bullet Street

In the early stages of the race Changing the Guard and Dare Me took up the REAR of the field whilst Arnaud, Sew On Target and Kings Grey took to the front. With four to jump Sound Investment had dropped out of the race and Astracad had gone into the lead along with Gus Macrae and Arnaud. But with only two hurdles remaining Parsnip Pete had moved to the head of the field, and although tiring noticeably toward the post took victory by 1 ½ lengths at 13/2 odds. Turn Over Sivola was second at 7-2f and 1 ½ lengths behind in third place was Claret Cloak at 16-1.

4.50 Pinsent Masons Manifesto Novices Chase (Grade 1): Distance 2m 4f: Runners 5

Winner: Uxizandre 11/4 2F by 1 ½ lengths, 2nd Oscar Whisky 7/4F.

5.25 Dominican Republic Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3): Distance 3m 110yrds: Runners:22

Winner: Doctor Harper 8/1 2JF by 1 ¾ lengths, 2nd Kaylif Aramis 12/1 by ½ length, 3rd Meister Eckhart 20/1 by 1 ¼ lengths, 4th Jetson 14/1



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