16:00 Lingfield Thu 24 May 2018

  • Racing Welfare Handicap (Class 4)
  • 1m 3f 133y, Good
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner£5,531.002nd£1,646.003rd£823.004th£411.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:2m 31.66sOff time:16:01:15
1
(2)
59-11OR: 83D
7/4
Bounced back from a moderate run when poorly placed at Chester to score in good style at Hamilton last time. May well have had more in hand than the winning margin suggested last time and leading contender even with a penalty.
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2
(7)
69-8OR: 86D
14/1
Twice a winner in handicaps last year over this sort of trip but on softer ground looks as though he may need this run back from an absence. Looked high enough in the weights when last seen and runs off the same mark here.
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3
(8)
49-7OR: 85D
10/3
Four times a winner last year ending his season with a handicap hat-trick which saw him hurtle through the weights. Drops in grade from his seasonal debut (looked to need that run); travelled strongly here and better expected here.
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4
(3)
59-7OR: 85BFD
8/1
An AW winner on his first start this year (has gone well fresh before) he's yet to really build on that run in three AW runs. Now back on turf back over a more suitable trip (2m last time) but might not be the easiest ride.
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5
(6)
59-7OR: 85
11/2
Looked to retain all his ability on his first start for this yard having left Don Cantillon although he ran without his usual headgear. Looked rather lazy without the blinkers (still left off) but still looks a threat; can be slow away.
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6
(5)
59-4OR: 82D
6/1
Now with a new yard having been with Paul Cole this will be his debut for them coming back from a long absence. Looked as though this sort of trip was on the sharp side for him when last seen.
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7
(4)
49-3OR: 81
28/1
Failed to equal the form of his AW maiden win when returning after a break last time for his turf debut (may have needed the run). An interesting proposition as he makes his handicap debut over the furthest he's tried; has potential.
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8
(1)
78-13OR: 77
14/1
Shaped far better than his finishing position suggested last time out when never really getting a position at the idiosyncratic Chester. Had running left in him at the death and should be capable off this mark given a better track position this time.
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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
3Panko49-36/1Full Result
T: E De GilesJ: Callum Shepherd

Betting

Forecast

Rainbow Rebel (7/4), Maori Bob (10/3), Hollywood Road (11/2), Against The Odds (6/1), Regicide (8/1), Compton Mill (14/1), Berrahri (14/1), Long John Silver (28/1)

Verdict

Quite an intriguing little race and one of the best on the card with Rainbow Rebel looking to follow-up his Hamilton win which is probably better than it looks on paper and he won’t be far away. However, BERRAHRI got no run at all last time out round Chester and he’s given a chance to make amends here in a race where he should get a clearer run off a mark that has slipped below his last winning one. Hollywood Road would be of more interest with headgear back on with Maori Bob expected to feature given his good recent return and a drop in grade. If there is a dark one in the field then it’s Long John Silver who is lightly-raced but makes his handicap debut here.
  1. Berrahri
  2. Rainbow Rebel
  3. Maori Bob

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