15:30 Brighton Mon 11 June 2018

  • Park Lane Group Handicap (Class 4)
  • 1m 3f 198y, Firm (Good to Firm in places)
  • 7 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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Winning time:2m 29.38sOff time:15:32:42
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1
(3)
59-9OR: 86D
7/2

His two wins have come off marks of 82 and 83 so the slight rise earned for a narrow defeat at Lingfield demands a career best.

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2
(5)
49-7OR: 84D
4/1

Behind Regicide at Lingfield when the race was not run to suit and he did well under the circumstances to finish third. There are three possible pacemakers in this field so there is every chance he can add to last season's haul.

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3
(4)
79-6OR: 83D
3/1

Has not raced in a class 4 contest since a win at Goodwood four years ago. Has not won since May 2016 and mark continues to fall to attractive levels without looking ready to benefit.

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4
(1)
99-4OR: 81CD
6/1

Clearly acts well on an undulating track having done most of his winning at Epsom, Lingfield and here. Makes little appeal on his two starts this term and he is now dropped significantly in class.

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5
(8)
49-1OR: 78C
16/1

Back to his last winning mark and unbeaten in two visits here. Top young rider booked and signals required from the market to show he is ready to bounce back from two dismal runs this term.

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6
(6)
48-13OR: 76
4/1

Not won since his juvenile days, in a 1m Newbury maiden in August 2016 (good to firm). Far from certain he'll stay this trip on the evidence of his last two runs.

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7
(7)
58-10OR: 73C
11/1

2-3 around here following his latest success. Just did enough to score that day and may still be ahead of the handicapper. However, he has not been at his best in previous attempts beyond 1m2f and he is up in class too.

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Non-Runners

8
(2)
Chivers1
78-7OR: 69
T: D SteeleJ: Hollie Doyle

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
2Wapping49-77/2Full Result
T: D R LaniganJ: T P Queally

Betting

Forecast

Chivers (11/4), Oasis Fantasy (3/1), Regicide (7/2), Genetics (4/1), Maori Bob (4/1), Whinging Willie (6/1), Archimento (11/1), Fair Power (16/1)

Verdict

Oasis Fantasy and Fair Power lurk on attractive marks and their rider bookings look significant. Both are hard to fancy on current form but need to be monitored in the market for signs they are ready to bounce back. Regicide had MAORI BOB behind him at Lingfield but the selection pulled hard and then got caught too far out of his ground when the sprint developed. The four-time winner did well to finish as close as he did and on these revised terms, plus his rider's useful 5lb claim, he will be hard to beat. Archimento loves it here and arrives in form, but needs to show he can stay this far and against better horses.
  1. Maori Bob
  2. Regicide
  3. Archimento

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