16:00 Brighton Fri 10 August 2018

  • Harry Bloom Memorial 'Brighton Bullet' Handicap (Class 4)
  • 5f 215y, Soft
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£7,813.002nd£2,339.003rd£1,169.004th£585.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 13.8sOff time:16:01:36
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1
(3)
59-10OR: 79C
7/2

Goes well here and, although placed three times at this trip, he is much better over 7f. The expectation of rain is a further problem.

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2
(6)
69-10OR: 79C
12/1

Suited to undulating tracks and appears to handle any ground. Down to his last winning mark but yet to win in 16 attempts over 6f.

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3
(5)
39-8OR: 81CD
9/2

Difficult ride who needs to be played at the last possible moment. Out of his depth off this mark in better company last time, but this track and a smaller field seems to suit.

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5
(7)
49-5OR: 74BFD
7/1

Won at Bath in June off 10lb lower mark and has gone close in each of his last four outings including here yesterday. Just 1-15 at this trip.

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6
(2)
59-3OR: 72BFD
10/3

Running well at present and goes well here. Failed to stay a mile here on Wednesday and ideally suited to 7f or a strongly run 6f. Handles any going except very soft.

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7
(8)
89-3OR: 72BFCD
5/2

Should need no introduction around given his six course wins; has already won over C&D this year. Continued in good heart since that victory and third here on Wednesday (Tigerwolf second). Goes well for this rider but would not want too much rain.

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8
(1)
98-9OR: 64CD
28/1

Won a C&D seller last month but readily beaten last time and he no longer looks up to this level. The forecast for rain would be a further concern.

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Non-Runners

4
(4)
Bath And Tennis16
39-7OR: 80
T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: Non Runner

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
3Coronation Day410-015/2Full Result
T: J TateJ: Harry Bentley

Betting

Forecast

Pour La Victoire (5/2), Tigerwolf (10/3), Mamillius (7/2), Jack Taylor (9/2), Bath And Tennis (5/1), Big Lachie (7/1), Bahamian Sunrise (12/1), Monumental Man (28/1)

Verdict

The prospect of rain loosening the ground will be a threat to most in this so BATH AND TENNIS gets the vote although fingers are crossed she is on her best behaviour. Sir Mark Prescott's filly accounted for a weaker field than this last time but her previous form and an ability to handle a soft surface give her an excellent chance to follow up. Big Lachie went close here under deteriorating conditions on Thursday, whilst Tigerwolf and Pour La Victoire were second and third respectively on Thursday.
  1. Bath And Tennis
  2. Big Lachie
  3. Tigerwolf

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