14:30 Huntingdon Racecard - 11th January 2019
Friday 11th January 2019
13:10 - Lingfield (R) 13:40 - Lingfield (R) 14:10 - Lingfield (R) 14:40 - Lingfield (R) 15:10 - Lingfield (R) 15:40 - Lingfield (R)
13:00 - Huntingdon (R) 13:30 - Huntingdon (R) 14:00 - Huntingdon (R) 14:30 - Huntingdon (R) 15:00 - Huntingdon (R) 15:30 - Huntingdon (R)
13:20 - Sedgefield (R) 13:50 - Sedgefield (R) 14:20 - Sedgefield (R) 14:50 - Sedgefield (R) 15:20 - Sedgefield (R) 15:50 - Sedgefield (R)
16:10 - Wolverhampton (R) 16:45 - Wolverhampton (R) 17:15 - Wolverhampton (R) 17:45 - Wolverhampton (R) 18:15 - Wolverhampton (R) 18:45 - Wolverhampton (R) 19:15 - Wolverhampton (R) 19:45 - Wolverhampton (R)
Weatherbys Chatteris Fen Juvenile Hurdle
- 4YO only, 5 Runners
- Winner £15,640, 2nd £4,620, 3rd £2,310, 4th £1,155, 5th £578, 6th £290
- Distance 1m 7f 171y
- Going Good-good to soft in places
Won Last Time Out
Ran Within 30 Days
Order By Odds
Beat The Judge
G L Moore
4 yrs, 11-6
3 TipsA winner at 25-1 in a hurdle race at Kempton over 2m (good to soft) on his latest outing in December last year, beating Chaparral Prince by 1 1/2l.
D A Jacob
4 yrs, 11-6
3 TipsSuccessful in two hurdle races at 2m and 2m 1f on good to soft and soft ground. Well beaten at 6-1 behind Nelson River when fifth of 7 on his latest outing in a hurdle race at Cheltenham over 2m 1f (good) in December last year.
C J Mann
4 yrs, 10-12
7 TipsThird of 11 behind Beat The Judge beaten 7l at 25-1 on his NH debut in a hurdle race at Kempton over 2m (good to soft) in December last year.
|Spectaculis Jack Quinlan D P Quinn 4 yrs, 10-12 118 Well beaten at 14-1 behind Here's Alice when last of 4 on his latest outing at Bath over 1m 4f (firm) in September last year. Having his first run for a new stable today, previously with J Gallagher.|
M R Channon
4 yrs, 10-12
1 TipWon on his latest outing in a maiden hurdle race when 11-8fav at Fontwell over 2m 2f (soft) in December last year, beating Poucor by 14l.
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The Sportsman's Verdict
The form of WESTBROOK BERTIE's 14-length Boxing Day victory got a huge boost when the second romped to success at Hereford earlier this month and Mick Channon's youngster could follow up here, with the handler currently on course to beat his best season in this sphere. Beat The Judge seemingly wasn't fancied (sent off 25/1) when scoring at Kempton over the Christmas period, but that race often throws up Triumph Hurdle protagonists and he has to be taken serious, while Fret D'estruval was somewhat disappointing on his UK debut at Cheltenham but is in calmer waters today.