Race Results 2022

 2.15 Cheltonian Society PPORA Club Members Restricted Race (3m)

1. Cashmoll (IRE)               .... D Andrews      Walked Over

 

2.50 Tayler & Fletcher 10 Year Olds & Over Conditions Race (3m)

1       Knockaderry Flyer (IRE)         ....D Andrews                 3/1

2       Aunty Joan (GB)                    ....C Case                      3/1

3       Neumond (GER)                    ....G Broughton             14/1

 

Time: 6mn 23.0sec

Distances: 12l 8l

6 ran

Winning Owner: The Jump on Board Partnership (M Comley)

Winning Trainer: Max Comley

 

3.25 Martin & Co Ladies Open Race (2m6f)

1       Rythmn Is A Dancer (GB)                    ....Miss O Nicholls    8/11F

2       Lord Scoundrel(IRE)                            ....Miss M Genco      6/1     

3       Tb Broke Her (IRE)                              ....Miss K S Sinclair  12/1

Time: 5mn 47.0sec

Distances: 2l, 10l

7 ran

Winning Owner: Mr Paul Nicholls

Winning Trainer: Georgina Nicholls

 

4.10 Robert Hitchins Group Andoversford Grand Annual ( A Men's Open) Race (3m)

1       Sumkindofking (IRE)                 ....Otis Morgan       5/4F

2       Cheltenham de Vaige (FR)          ....G Broughton      7/4

3       Green Winter (IRE)                    ....D Andrews        5/2

Time: 6mn 24.0sec

Distances: 3l, 20l

5 ran

Winning Owner: Mr James Chamberlain

Winning Trainer: Ed Walker

 

4.45 GX Land Rovers Lady Novice Riders Conditions Race (3m)

1       Lip Service (IRE)                ....Miss K Ruddy        7/4

 

Time: 6mn 35.0sec

Distances: 

3 ran

Winning Owner: Fergal O'Brien

Winning Trainer: Fergal O'Brien

 

5.20 Dubarry Open Maiden Race (3m)

1       Twasn't The Plan (IRE)           ....Miss K S Sinclair       5/4

2       Classic Ruler (GB)                  ....G Broughton            9/4

3       Which Sky (IRE)                 ....M Robinson     3/1            

Time: 6mn 25.0sec

Distances: 30l

3 ran

Winning Owner: Fergal O'Brien

Winning Trainer: Fergal O'Brien

 

 

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Sunday April 10th 2022

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