16:15 Hamilton Thu 13 September 2018

  • Allied Irish Bank Novice Stakes (Plus 10) (Class 4)
  • 5f 7y, Soft (Good to Soft in places)
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£5,434.002nd£1,617.003rd£808.004th£404.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 2.21sOff time:16:16:34
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1
(6)
29-3OR: D
4/1

Failed to build on debut win when disappointing at Thirsk in easier conditions. Pulled out of a Haydock engagement due to soft going and concern about the recent rain again.

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2
(3)
29-2OR:
12/5

Gelded son of Dandy Man who finished well for a good second on debut at Catterick and looked likely to benefit for the experience. With improvement rates a leading candidate.

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3
(4)
7/2

Dandy Man colt out of a Street Cry mare who looks a likely type on debut for a leading trainer of juveniles. Price rose to £100,000 as a yearling and the market should prove informative..

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4
(5)
29-2OR:
40/1

Son of Orientor who is the first foal from a dam that won over 5f. Sent off long odds and well beaten on debut. Hard to make a case for.

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5
(7)
29-2OR:
11/4

By Orientor and plenty of speed in pedigree. Got worked up beforehand and missed the break on debut before making a good impression despite greenness. Looks one to follow and a leading contender.

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6
(2)
29-2OR:
33/1

25,000 gns Famous Name colt out of a 7f Group 3 winner. Related to four winners including useful performers Rock Jock and Breden. Well beaten at long odds on debut and hard to make a case for on this big drop in trip.

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7
(1)
28-11OR:
12/1

Yet to make an impression in better races at Goodwood and Newmarket and needs to find improvement despite representing leading trainer.

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Betting

Forecast

Autumn Flight (12/5), Friendly Advice (11/4), Defence Treaty (7/2), Bartle Hall (4/1), Parliament House (12/1), The Names Jock (33/1), Frank's Law (40/1)

Verdict

FRIENDLY ADVICE really caught the eye on debut and providing he's calmer and settles better looks one who can quickly make his mark. Likewise Autumn Flight showed promise for a trainer whose runners tend to improve for the run. Defence Treaty represents a leading trainer of juveniles who can produce a debut winner and should be noted in the betting.
  1. Friendly Advice
  2. Autumn Flight
  3. Defence Treaty

Video Replay

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On The Blind Side

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T: N J Henderson

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T: A P O'Brien

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T: Olly Murphy

Breath Of Air

F: 8

T: C Hills

Javert

F: 51U1U1/

T: Miss E C Lavelle

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F: 1-111

T: N J Henderson

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F: -

T: A P O'Brien

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F: 1-1

T: Olly Murphy

Breath Of Air

F: 8

T: C Hills

Javert

F: 51U1U1/

T: Miss E C Lavelle

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