17:45 Newcastle Tue 9 October 2018

  • Equine Proucts UK Ltd Novice Stakes (Class 5)
  • 1m 4f 98y, Standard
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner£3,752.002nd£1,116.003rd£558.004th£279.00
  • Surface: Allweather
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Winning time:2m 39.93sOff time:17:45:51
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1
(3)
59-7OR:
150/1

33/1 when a well held sixth of seven on Flat debut in a 1m4f Wolverhampton claimer in June; no conceivable chance.

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2
(9)
49-7OR:
8/1

Demonstrated placed form in bumpers, and was a highly creditable 2L third to Midi over 1m2f (novice) here on Flat debut in August; outclassed on turf in a Doncaster Conditions Stakes (1m2f) latest.

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4
(6)
79-7OR:
150/1

Longstanding maiden under NH rules, and well beaten on recent Flat debut (125/1) at Catterick; no conceivable chance.

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5
(1)
39-1OR:
14/1

7,500gns yearling; half-brother to five winners including Conduct (1m1f-1m4f) and Celestation (7f-1m2f); very green on debut when a keeping on (but well beaten) third to Prabeni (1m4f Ripon); stablemate of Wadacre Gigi.

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6
(7)
39-1OR: BF
5/4

Frankel colt; half-brother to four winners including Our Obsession (1m-1m4f); beaten favourite, but a respectable third to Jamih at Sandown (1m2f, good to firm) in June, and that form sets the standard; off since and now switched to the AW.

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7
(2)
39-1OR:
16/1

Sea The Stars gelding; 300,000gns yearling; half-brother to seven winners including Moneycantbuymelove (1m-1m2f); 25/1 when a slowly away and toiling seventh of 11 to Enbihaar in a 1m3f Kempton novice last month.

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8
(4)
38-10OR:
1/1

Teofilo gelding out of a French 1m2f winner; closely related to the 1m4f Group 2 winner Nocturnal Fox; stayed on, but never any match for the unbeaten Outbox (pair clear) at Leicester (1m4f, good) last month; key player.

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9
(5)
38-10OR:
50/1

Dam a 1m4f Fibresand winner; 66/1 on debut at Leicester in May (1m4f, good to soft) when a weakening quickly ninth of ten to Raa Atoll; makes the AW switch off a 134 day absence; stablemate of Galitello.

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Non-Runners

3
(8)
Geneva Trumpet573
79-7OR: -
T: Seb SpencerJ: Faye McManoman

Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Forest View (1/1), Marechal Ney (5/4), Forewarning (8/1), Galitello (14/1), Toshima (16/1), Wadacre Gigi (50/1), Rock N'stones (150/1), Animated Hero (150/1), Geneva Trumpet (150/1)

Verdict

It doesn't take Albert Einstein to swiftly deduct that the pair to concentrate upon are the John Gosden-trained MARECHAL NEY and the Saeed Bin Suroor-trained Forest View. The Godolphin runner has the advantage of race fitness following her creditable second to the unbeaten Outbox at Leicester in September, but the Frankel colt sets the form standard based on his Sandown third (1m2f) in June. Furthermore, his trainer John Gosden (24-63; 38%) has a better overall strike-rate at Newcastle since May 2016 than Saeed Bin Suroor (11-46; 24%).
  1. Marechal Ney
  2. Forest View
  3. Forewarning

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