Midlands Grand National: Major Dundee wins £150,000 Uttoxeter feature for Rex Dingle and Alan King
Major Dundee continued the game and defeated Tile Tapper to win the £150,000 Boulton Group Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter for Rex Dingle and Alan King.
In the late colors of Trevor Hemmings, who saw Grand National glory in Many Crows, Bara Briggs and Synchronized, it was Atoxeter’s season highlight to win in a thoroughly professional performance this time. Major Dundee.
they got better tile tapper Sean Bowen and Chris Honor were making good progress towards the line, but eventually fell three lengths back at the line.
Alan King also trained 3rd home with a 25/1 shot note chancethe favorite that led to the third-to-last fence Getapan Cologis He finished fourth behind Jonjooneill Jr. at JP McManus Silk.
Willie Mullins failed to add another big pot after his successful Cheltenham Gold Cup at the Garopin des Champs yesterday. Danny Mullins pulled up. kangaroo captain in the circuit to run.
Winning jockey Rex Dingle said after the race:
“We ran smooth and jumped beautifully. I think he missed one. I am very grateful for the opportunity to ride in these colors for Mr. King and the Hemmings family.” .
“He had a great rhythm and made my life so much easier. He was winning both soft and heavy, so I was happy on the ground.”
Improve the shine of Bailey and Bass Trelawn
at the beginning of the card Tolerone David Bass jumped spectacularly to win the £50,000 Perfect Payroll Provider Optimum Pay Handicap Hurdle for trainer Kim Bailey.
It was the quintessential power-packed ride from a bus kicking the last turn for a fourth Novice who had just hurled over a veteran rival.
And then the fanciful Sir Snooty and Jack Tudor came out from behind to chase the winner home, but despite a mistake at the final hurdle, he didn’t stop and the bus left at the Staffordshire test ground. I was able to relax near my house.
Favorite collector’s items reverted to No. 3 behind Jonjo O’Neill Jr. and Sr., while Stella Magic fell back to No. 4 behind Philip Hobbs.