Atkinson leaves bookies high and dry
  • Newbury 210-1 treble: Floressa 10-11, Benny’s King 10-1, Cashel Man 9-1
  • Bangor 258-1 accumulator: Mr Caffrey 14-1 Jelski 1-2, Vereina 3-1, Chazza 15-8
  • Lingfield 19-1 double: Urban Hero 8-13, Mont Kiara 11-1

By Andrew Atkinson racing correspondent

NICKY Henderson trained The Cashel Man (9-1) was a winning selection by at Newbury on Saturday afternoon under jockey Jeremiah McGrath – part of a £1.053,311m 9-horse accumulator!

“I asked the Guvnor if I could take up the running, and he kept finding it, in the heavy going,” said McGrath after beating Mr Pumblechook.

Floressa (10-11) was a winning selection (12.05). Benny’s King trained by Dan Skelton and ridden by Harry Skelton (10-1) backed from 12-1 was a winning selection.

Chesterfield (12-1) selected each-way by finished third.

At Newcastle, Cornerstone Lad backed from 25-1 to 16-1, gained a shock win, ahead of 2-13 favourite Buveur D’Air, in the Grade 1 Betfair Fighting Fifth Hurdle, under Henry Brooke.

“I knew I’d have to take the bull by the horns – in what was a very tough race. He stuck at it and kept his head down,” said jubilant jockey Brooke.

Cornerstone Lad and Buveur D’Air, who suffered a cut leg in racing, went nose to nose at the line, with the former getting the photo-finish verdict.

In defeat Champion Hurdle Ante post betting saw Buveur D’Air drift from 4-1 to 10-1. Cornerstone Lad is priced at 33-1.

“It was my second ride in a Grade 1 race. I’m lucky to be associated with Cornerstone Lad,” said Brooke, successful for Middlrham trainer Micky Hammond.

Top Ville Ben, trained by Philip Kirby, featured by, finished third at 11-2 (from 7-1) selected each-way by

At Bangor, Mr Caffrey (14-1) trained by Dr. R. D. Newland and ridden by Charlie Hammond was a winning selection by

Jelski (1-2), Vereina (3-1) a 13 lengths winner; and Chazza (15-8) trained by Kim Bailey and ridden by Chester Williams, completed four horse 258-1 accumulator at Bangor.

Ballymoy (4-9) and North of the Wall (11-4), both ran second.

At Lingfield Park, Archie Watson trained Urban Hero (8-13) ridden by Hollie Doyle, was a winning selection by

Dandillion (12-1) selected each-way by ran second. Mont Kiara (11-1) completed a Saturday afternoon winning streak by

At Wolverhampton’s evening meeting each-way selections Eventful (15-2) trained by Hugh Palmer and ridden by James Doyle, and East Of Eden (5-1) trained by Palmer and ridden by James Mitchell, were both placed, in the opening two races of the eight race card.

*Andrew Atkinson’s No.1 – First Past The Winning Post.

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