16:15 Chester Fri 14 September 2018

  • Butcher & Barlow Novice Stakes (Class 4)
  • 1m 2f 70y, Soft (Good to Soft in places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£5,852.002nd£1,752.003rd£876.004th£500.005th£500.006th£500.007th£500.008th£500.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:2m 18.62sOff time:16:20:08
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1
(6)
Deja392
39-8OR:
9/5

First start for new yard, landed the odds at Wolverhampton when last seen (August 2017) after a good debut but must be of concern that he's not been out since then. Wellbeing to prove now and despite having the form in the bank, is passed over.

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2
(2)
9/2

Cost 40,000gns as a foal and is related to a few French middle distance winners, but already gelded for debut and might well need this experience. Yard do have good record here though, so worth a market check.

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3
(3)
39-1OR: 76
3/1

Conditions are fine, as he showed when third on soft ground at Doncaster two starts ago (10f) but another middling effort ln a handicap last time hardly makes him look progressive. This is easier though, so chances if returning to earlier form.

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4
(4)
39-1OR: 77BF
4/1

Nothing wrong with his third to the progressive Crack On Crack On at Lingfield in May but an expensive failure at odds-on when last seen and now takes a big step up in trip. Possibly not one to fully trust, and not progressive so far.

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5
(5)
38-10OR:
6/1

Street Cry filly that cost €200,000 as a yearling, half-sister to five American winners but could find this trip far enough on debut, and soft ground may not play to her strengths either. Needs a look in the market in a weak event all the same.

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Non-Runners

6
(1)
Tarbeyah
38-10OR: -
T: Kevin FrostJ: Liam Jones

Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Deja (9/5), Brisk Tempo (3/1), Zaajer (4/1), Baileys Artist (9/2), Falls Creek (6/1), Tarbeyah (20/1)

Verdict

None of these come here holding rock-solid claims and a degree of caution is advised. BRISK TEMPO will at least find this a bit easier and on that, just about gets the vote as his earlier form is solid enough. Falls Creek and Baileys Artist need a check in the market as money for either would make them interesting. Deja would be a danger if fit after an absence but Zaajer is looking like he has a bit to prove now.
  1. Brisk Tempo
  2. Falls Creek
  3. Baileys Artist

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