Coolbrook Paddy ices competition in Nottingham Maiden Standard Trophy heats

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Coolbrook Paddy ices competition in Nottingham Maiden Standard Trophy heats
Nottingham hosted the Stadium Bookmakers Maiden Standard Trophy semi-finals yesterday. Both heats were over 500 metres and saw prize money of £100. The final will take place on 27 September, and will have a prize of £350. The top three finishers of each
heat earned spots in next Monday’s final.
Semi-final one
The first heat was won by 4-5 race favourite, Coolbrook Paddy, who trailed Fatboyz Murty in the early stages of the race, but was able to take the lead on the second bend, and win by a length over Shanakil Secret.
Fatboyz Murty got off to a great start, and after surrendering the lead to Paddy, couldn’t hold on to second either as Shanakil Secret took second place by 1 ¾ lengths over Murty, who did still manage to qualify for the final.
Eliminated from the final was Salacres Bingo in fourth place, Romeo In Line in fifth, and Mays Bluecharm in sixth place.
Semi-final two
The second semi-final saw another race favourite win, this time is was 7-4 favourite, Monleek Loch taking first place by 4¼ lengths over Bumbleebee Casey. Loch got off to a great start, and led for the duration of the race.
Casey was the slowest hound from the traps, but was able to put together a strong race, and take second place by a length over Racecourse Road, who was clearly in third after the first bend.
The bottom three finishers all had difficulty on the first bend, and were unable to recover. Salacres Optimum finished the race in fourth place and Salacres Casata took fifth. Last place went to Nibby Court.
Here is the draw for the final: 1 Monleek Loch, 2 Bumbleebee Casey, 3 Shanakil Secret, 4 Coolbrook Paddy (m), 5 Racecourse Road (m), 6 Fatboyz Murty (w)
Stadium Bookmakers 480m Trophy
After the Maiden Trophy heats, Notthingham ended its day with the £200 Stadium Bookmakers 480m Trophy over 480 metres.
Driving Up Ben, the 5-4 race favourite, got off to a great start in this one, but lost his advantage on the first bend, and then the lead on the second bend to Cadiz. Cadiz finished the race in first place, 1¾ lengths ahead of Oran Phoenix.
Driving Up Ben took third place, a ½ length behind Phoenix. In fourth was War Mick, and behind him in fifth was Mahogany Bolt. Taking last place was Flying Iron Man.



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