17:10 Beverley Tue 15 May 2018

  • Hurn Handicap (Class 6)
  • 1m 4f 23y, Good to Firm (Good in places)
  • 11 Runners
  • Winner£3,170.002nd£943.003rd£471.004th£300.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:2m 37.85sOff time:17:13:52
1
(3)
39-7OR: 65
7/1
Made his turf/handicap debut at Nottingham (1m2f, good/soft) with cheekpieces on for the first time; ran with credit and should come on for that run. Bred to be suited by 1m2f and a little further (gets that here); may do better yet (dropped 2lb).
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2
(10)
39-7OR: 65
9/2
Upped in trip for his handicap debut at Redcar (1m2f, good/firm) he travelled better than most and outran his finishing position (hampered late on). Even as a juvenile looked as though he would be better at this age; open to further progress.
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3
(7)
39-6OR: 64
9/2
Has a similar profile to his main market rival (Contrebasse) in that his handicap debut saw him come forward from his initial outings. Looked in need of the experience over 1m4f at Wolverhampton and up 3lb here; leading chance given stamina test.
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4
(1)
39-6OR: 64
11/2
Still a maiden but a fair one at that this will be his third try in a handicap (arguably not progressing as quickly as others). Both starts this year have been sound ones and the handicapper drops him to a career-low mark; place chance at best.
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5
(11)
39-4OR: 62
16/1
Failed to come on for her initial run this year on her 4th handicap start and any progress looks to have rather levelled off now. Down 6lb from her first handicap mark she returns to turf facing a stiff task.
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6
(9)
39-4OR: 62
20/1
Her one win came in a Hamilton minor event last year over 5f having looked as though anything further tested her. Ran no race at all on her only start this year on the AW over 6f and now steps up some 6f in trip; hard to build a case for her.
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7
(4)
39-4OR: 62
11/2
Failed to score for Jamie Osborne despite being placed on his handicap debut although he did show a bit more on his stable debut. Took quite well for the switch to turf despite the race not being that strong; stable had a double yesterday.
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9
(5)
39-2OR: 60
25/1
Her form so far in minor events has been underwhelming so far and she looked flattered by her finishing position last time. Now goes handicapping off a mark of 60 which doesn't look particularly generous back on turf.
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10
(12)
38-13OR: 57
25/1
There was a display of some ability in two of his three juvenile runs which looked all about getting a mark. Well held on nursery debut over a mile he now makes his seasonal debut upped to 1m4f and given another go in a handicap.
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11
(2)
38-12OR: 56
7/1
Green and inexperienced on her only juvenile run she's started to show more as a three-year-old. Handicap debut was poor but she ran her best race yet on her second start in this sphere (1m2f, heavy); can look lazy though and needs a stamina test.
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12
(8)
38-11OR: 55
8/1
Showed more when returning this year upped to a trip more in keeping with his pedigree firstly at Nottingham (1m2f) and then at Doncaster 1m4f, soft). May not have quite got home last time but worth another go at this trip on better ground.
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Non-Runners

8
(6)
Burn Some Dust22
39-3OR: 61
T: B EllisonJ: Ben Robinson

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
2Dyna Might38-1033/1Full Result
T: Ollie PearsJ: A Mullen

Betting

Forecast

Dagueneau (9/2), Contrebasse (9/2), Quantatmental (11/2), Bill Cody (11/2), Dame Nellie (7/1), Ventura Magic (7/1), Camden Town (8/1), Burn Some Dust (14/1), Sigrid Nansen (16/1), Villa Tora (20/1), Enchanting Enya (25/1), Airplane (25/1)

Verdict

Another handicap that is full of interest now and for the future with DAGUENEAU the one who looks to have run the best race last time out when taking the runner-up slot at Wolverhampton still looking a little inexperienced. His main rivals look to be Contrebasse whose finishing position at Redcar belied his ability and Dame Nellie who will enjoy this trip although she did look a rather difficult ride at Salisbury and won’t want to get on the back foot around here. Ventura Magic is worthy contender here who may do better in time along with Camden Town and Quantatmental.
  1. Dagueneau
  2. Contrebasse
  3. Ventura Magic

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