Uttoxeter 15:35 Result

Winning Time:

15:3

Runners:

20

Winning Trainer:

Jonjo O'Neill

Winning Jockey:

Jonjo O'Neill Jr.

Total Win:

  • 4 Screaming Colours 12/1
  • 5 Highland Hunter 7/1
  • 6 Achille 15/2
  • 7 Truckers Lodge 14/1
  • 8 The Two Amigos 16/1
  • 9 Ramses De Teillee 16/1
  • 10 Coo Star Sivola 8/1
  • 11 Truckin Away 10/1
  • 12 Regal Encore 25/1
  • 13 Captain Drake 10/1
  • 14 Golan Fortune 12/1
  • 15 Prime Venture 20/1
  • 16 Doing Fine 25/1
15:35 Uttoxeter

Marston's 61 Deep Midlands Grand National (Listed Open Handicap Chase) (GBB Race)

  • Class 1
  • 5YO+
  • Winner £67524
  • -
  • 20 runners

4m 2f 8y

Going: Good to Soft

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

TIME TO GET UP was well fancied for the Kim Muir at Cheltenham earlier in the week and he makes plenty of appeal stepping up for a marathon test for the first time. He caught the eye on his UK debut for Jonjo O'Neill when third at Aintree and the step up to 3m1f at Wincanton last time saw him improve to gain his first success. The son of Presenting went up 8lb for that performance but he represents a stable who are renowned for producing these staying types, they won this contest with Synchronised back in 2010, and this lightly-raced individual gets the vote. Highland Hunter is another unexposed novice who arrives having finished second at Exeter on his latest start. The eight-year-old is likely to enter the reckoning along with Screaming Colours, who finished second in the Punchestown National Trial, and Golan Fortune.

  • 1
    Time To Get Up
  • 2
    Screaming Colours
  • 3
    Highland Hunter
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1

13-1P32

Shirt

(28)

Form /13-1P32

13

11-12

154

T: A J HoneyballJ: Ben Godfrey
2

4121-U7

Shirt

(70)CD

Form /4121-U7

9

11-11

153

T: P F NichollsJ: Lorcan Williams
3

0-51704

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(28)

Form /0-51704

9

11-10

152

T: D PipeJ: David Noonan
4

1-23F12

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(22)

Form /1-23F12

8

11-3

145

T: P F NichollsJ: H Cobden
5

912P-PP

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(56)

Form /912P-PP

10

11-3

145

T: H FryJ: S Bowen
6

42-3223

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(28)

Form /42-3223

9

11-2

144

T: Nicky MartinJ: Matt Griffiths
7

431434

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(21)

Form /431434

9

11-0

142

T: P W MiddletonJ: Kielan Woods
8

1P1/2-22

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(28)

Form /1P1/2-22

11

11-0

142

T: Miss V WilliamsJ: Charlie Deutsch
9

94522/U

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(105)

Form /94522/U

9

11-0

142

T: N A Twiston-DaviesJ: Thomas Bellamy
10

U2-1P54

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(70)C

Form /U2-1P54

8

10-12

140

T: H FryJ: Bryan Carver
11

4F2P-15

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(70)

Form /4F2P-15

10

10-11

139

T: Evan WilliamsJ: Isabel Williams
12

2-91161

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(42)

Form /2-91161

8

10-11

139

T: Miss Lucinda V RussellJ: Blair Campbell
13

3442/1-2

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(34)

Form /3442/1-2

10

10-11

139

T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton
14

2/42-341

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(44)

Form /2/42-341

8

10-10

138

T: Jonjo O'NeillJ: Jonjo O'Neill Jr.
15

533-421

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(81)

Form /533-421

8

10-9

137

T: P J HobbsJ: M G Nolan
16

7P/5U52

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(42)

Form /7P/5U52

9

10-7

135

T: Nick WilliamsJ: Sam Twiston-Davies
17

1-51631

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(105)C

Form /1-51631

13

10-7

135

T: N P MulhollandJ: Shane Quinlan
18

15-1222

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(34)

Form /15-1222

10

10-5

133

T: W DurkanJ: C J Orr
19

1U-2PP5

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(21)

Form /1U-2PP5

8

10-4

132

T: T R GeorgeJ: David Bass
20

F0P8/1-5

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(44)

Form /F0P8/1-5

12

10-4

132

T: F O'BrienJ: P J Brennan
21

123132

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(21)

Form /123132

8

10-2

130

T: P HendersonJ: Reserve 1
22

1P1-11P

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(44)C

Form /1P1-11P

8

10-0

128

T: O SherwoodJ: Reserve 2

Race Tip

TIME TO GET UP was well fancied for the Kim Muir at Cheltenham earlier in the week and he makes plenty of appeal stepping up for a marathon test for the first time. He caught the eye on his UK debut for Jonjo O'Neill when third at Aintree and the step up to 3m1f at Wincanton last time saw him improve to gain his first success. The son of Presenting went up 8lb for that performance but he represents a stable who are renowned for producing these staying types, they won this contest with Synchronised back in 2010, and this lightly-raced individual gets the vote. Highland Hunter is another unexposed novice who arrives having finished second at Exeter on his latest start. The eight-year-old is likely to enter the reckoning along with Screaming Colours, who finished second in the Punchestown National Trial, and Golan Fortune.

Pick

  • 1
    Time To Get Up
  • 2
    Screaming Colours
  • 3
    Highland Hunter