18:30 Hamilton Sat 14 July 2018

  • SAS 'The Power To Know' Handicap (Class 5)
  • 5f 7y, Good to Firm (Watered)
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£4,787.002nd£1,424.003rd£712.004th£400.005th£400.006th£400.007th£400.008th£400.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:58.98sOff time:18:32:48
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1
(1)
610-0OR: 72CD
11/8

Useful AW sprinter who finally opened his account on turf 12 days ago. Showed a good attitude to beat an in-form rival, Big Lachie, who was due to run at Chepstow on July 13th.

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2
(6)
49-3OR: 66D
5/2

Ridden with more restraint to open his account last time and the runner-up hacked up on Wednesday. Burmese Blazer was 1L behind and is now 4lb better off.

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3
(4)
48-13OR: 62
7/1

Stepped up last time when third to Scoundrel and the runner-up bolted home at Catterick on Wednesday. Open to further progress and stable took this last year.

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4
(3)
78-13OR: 57BFD
3/1

Down to another career low mark but signs last time he was close to finding a level he can compete from. Does not win very often but suited to stiff tracks such as this.

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5
(2)
68-7OR: 45
40/1

Has never made the frame let alone win a race. Faces another monumental task from 6lb out of the weights.

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6
(5)
58-7OR: 45D
80/1

Shown no worthwhile form since August 2016 (when with Gay Kelleway) and was easily fended off back over 5f last time. Makes no appeal from 6lb out of the weights.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
4Dutch Dream48-79/2Full Result
T: Miss L A PerrattJ: A Mullen

Betting

Forecast

Alsvinder (11/8), Scoundrel (5/2), Oriental Splendour (3/1), Burmese Blazer (7/1), Trulove (40/1), King Of Castilla (80/1)

Verdict

Scoundrel and Burmese Blazer were first and third at Musselburgh in a lower grade race than this, although the runner-up has franked the form since. Oriental Splendour appeared to be coming to hand last time, but ALSVINDER beat a stronger looking field than this over C&D last time. Although up 4lb for that, he is still 22lb below his AW mark and looks to have been found a good opportunity to follow up.
  1. Alsvinder
  2. Oriental Splendour
  3. Burmese Blazer

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