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2:40 Friday 17 February 2017


Distance : 2m 3f 173y
Prize : £17,085 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Hurdle Going : Soft
Race Type : Hurdle
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All 5 ran.

Winning Owner: Mrs Caroline Beresford-Wylie

Time: 5m 12.2s Closing Sectional: (5.90f): 88.50s (105.2%)

A small field for this Grade 2 mares contest and it was run at a steady pace, but the favourite still proved in a different league to her rivals.

COLIN'S SISTER progressed again as she maintained her unbeaten record over hurdles in this Grade 2 contest, again winning with plenty in hand; tracked pace, mistake third, led on bridle approaching 2 out, in control when jumped right last, won easily; she's proving very likeable and is open to further improvement.

HAPPY DIVA (IRE) still seems in good heart, just a bit keener than ideal and also not jumping quite well enough to see things out, not that she'd have matched the winner anyway; pressed leader, led second, headed approaching 2 out, no extra run-in; she's probably best taking a lead in a race run at a true pace.

MS PARFOIS (IRE) wasn't up to this better company and probably ideally needs the emphasis more on stamina; led until second, remained prominent, outpaced between 3 out and 2 out, rallied run-in; she'll benefit from a return to further than 2½m.

THEATRE TERRITORY (IRE) was easy to back and disappointed on the back of a fall; held up, driven after 3 out, weakened next.

KELKA was well held up in grade, racing freely in touch and folding tamely before 2 out, having briefly moved to track the pace leaving the back straight.