15:20 Newton Abbot Fri 15 June 2018
- Racing Partnership Mares' Handicap Hurdle (Class 5)
- 2m 5f 122y, Good (Good to Firm in places, Watered)
- 15 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Been in cracking form of late and backed up her win over shorter here to win going away over C&D last time. Up another 7lb for that and has to concede weight all round here. Going the right way though and penalty not sure to scupper the hat-trick
Not a bad effort at this trip when third at Ludlow two starts back, staying on late after racing quite keenly early. However, most disappointing when made favourite at Southwell latest and with yard form a bit patchy, others preferred.
Better known as a chaser these days and has been running poorly for a while. Beaten when unseating rider at Warwick last month before lifeless effort at Fontwell last time. Drops back in trip here and on a dangerous mark so market move significant
Would have finished closer at Warwick last time out if she hadn't almost unseated the rider coming into the wings of the final flight, and off 2lb lower better can be expected this time round.
Still a maiden now after 16 starts. Couldn't benefit on a drop into selling company last time and is likely to find this altogether tougher once again. Champion jockey booked though and market check probably needed.
Very lightly raced mare who was sent off favourite on her handicap debut back in 2016 off a mark of 108 but flopped. Now a stone lower in the weights but has done nothing in two starts since her return this year to suggest she can exploit that mark.
An eight race hurdles maiden who lost all chance on handicap debut at Cartmel (2m6f) after a shocking first flight blunder. Should be capable of better than that if jumping holds up.
Failed to trouble the judge in four starts so far over hurdles. Makes handicap debut off a lowly mark on the back of a 10 month break. Cheekpieces go on and market check is advised.
Ran well in back-to-back races at Wincanton in May but was disappointing off this mark at Fontwell (2m1½f, good) 10 days ago. Cheekpieces are now added to the tongue-tie but needs much more to be considered for win purposes.
Ran well to be second of 10 at Ffos Las (2m4f, good) last time. Often shapes likes this extra trip would suit but she is yet to convince she stays it. Worth another go however and not discounted from just 2lbs higher.
Won off 2lbs lower back in August but has offered very little since. Well beaten off this mark over C&D 11 days ago and would need a huge upturn in form to get involved here.Others preferred.
Falling quickly in the handicap after a series of very moderate efforts and will need to improve here to play a role. Races from out the weights here and hard to recommend.
Hasn't really run a race with any promise of late and again was beaten a long way when tried over fences last time. Out the weights here and up against it.
One or two glimmers of ability in the past and better efforts came on good ground. Jumping has become an issue of late however and races from out the handicap here.
Hasn't been competitive in any of her last four starts. Races from well out the weights and likely to find this pretty tough going once more.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P HendersonJ: Nick Scholfield|
Amour D'or (11/4), Glanvilles Guest (11/2), Flow With Eve (8/1), Comragh (17/2), Goodgirlteresa (9/1), Kayf Charmer (9/1), Ruby Russet (11/1), Moontripper (12/1), Starlit Night (12/1), Gilly Grace (20/1), Bagging Turf (25/1), Oborne Lady (25/1), Civitesses (33/1), Pennies And Pounds (33/1), Rubys Cube (50/1)
- Amour D'or
- Kayf Charmer
- Bagging Turf
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