15:40 Uttoxeter Sat 18 November 2017

  • Marston's Saddle Tank Rush Standard Open NH Flat Race (Class 6)
  • 1m 7f 168y, Good to Soft
  • 14 Runners
  • Winner£1,689.002nd£496.003rd£248.004th£124.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:3m 53.25sOff time:15:40:55
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411-0OR:
9/2

Bought for £115,000 after winning a Chaddesley Corbett point-to-point. Yard took this two years ago and boast an impressive 8-15 strike rate in bumpers on this circuit since 2013.

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2
411-0OR:
66/1

Half-brother to Neil Mulholland's prolific scorer Solighoster and two French winners. Hooded for debut and yard 2-51 in similar races since 2013.

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3
411-0OR:
25/1

Unraced son of Black Sam Bellamy out of a dam who won four races for this trainer. Yard have a modest strike rate in these contests and many of their horses are needing a run.

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4
411-0OR:
11/2

Ran well to finish runner-up in a maiden point-to-point at Garthorpe (2m4f, good-to-soft) in March. Purchased for £15,000 by connections and shaped well having lost a shoe on his bumper debut. Stable 3-12 in last fortnight.

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5
511-0OR:
7/2

Nice mix of speed and stamina and full brother Coeur Blimey was a useful bumper winner. Runner-up here in May but that form looks nothing special now and this is likely to prove a much stronger heat. Stable 3-8 in bumpers here over past five years.

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6
411-0OR:
7/1

Sent of favourite for point-to-point debut when showing a willing attitude and a fair amount of pace in front. Joined current yard for £65,000 but they are not the force they once were in this type of event (4-43 in last two years).

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7
411-0OR:
12/1

Ran a cracker on debut to finish close up behind two previous winners, and is bred for speed too, so this sort of test should suit. Stable had a winner at Cheltenham on Friday and hard to dismiss.

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8
511-0OR:
33/1

Fourth to a highly regarded sort on debut but failed to build on that promise last month. Hood fitted now and faces a stiff task in a competitive event.

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9
411-0OR:
33/1

Has run to a similar level in three bumpers and chances are this will prove an even better race.

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10
66/1

Pedigree makes him unappealing over this sort of trip being by Major Cadeaux out of a dam who won over 5f.

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11
411-0OR:
15/2

Represents the yard that took this in 2013 and 2016. Half-brother to a winning point-to-pointer. Stable on a good run and also 4-11 in bumpers since October.

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12
411-0OR:
17/2

€75,000 half-brother to Grand National hero One For Arthur and two other winners. There is some speed in the pedigree and the market will be informative.

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13
411-0OR:
14/1

€100,000 purchase out of a dam who is closely related to Grade Two winner Mossley. Yard 4-13 in the last week.

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14
411-0OR:
14/1

£34,000 half-brother to two bumper winners who liked very soft ground. Stable having a good season, but none the less are 0-13 in this class of race.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Benechenko411-09/2
T: F O'BrienJ: P J Brennan

Betting

Forecast

East Wing (7/2), Article Fifty (9/2), Daydream Aulmes (11/2), Eur Gone West (7/1), Mount Batur (15/2), No Getaway (17/2), Head Hunter (12/1), Ruggiero (14/1), Tango du Roy (14/1), Cobbler's Son (25/1), Lookforarainbow (33/1), Just Another Vodka (33/1), Balli Martine (66/1), Makes You Stronger (66/1)

Verdict

Warren Greatrex has such an excellent record in bumpers at this venue that Article Fifty has to enter calculations. He fetched a six-figure sum after landing a point-to-point and could turn out useful. However, his rider is just 1-11 when riding in bumpers for his father and it is possible this run may be needed with the yard relatively quiet at present. That would open this up for MOUNT BATUR for the Fergal O'Brien team who have won two of the last four renewals of this and whose bumper runners have been skilfully placed to go from 4-11 since October. No Getaway, Tango du Roy and Ruggiero appeal on pedigree for their top stables. Daydream Aulmes and Head Hunter have the best form of those to have raced previously.
  1. Mount Batur
  2. Article Fifty
  3. Daydream Aulmes

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