14:40 Ludlow Wed 10 October 2018

  • Templar Medical Aviation Mares' Handicap Hurdle (Class 3)
  • 2m 5f 55y, Good to Firm
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£7,538.002nd£2,213.003rd£1,107.004th£553.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:4m 58.75sOff time:14:40:18
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511-12OR: 122CD
11/8

C&D winner last December when conditions were soft but said to want better ground. Whether she wants it as quick as forecast is another matter so a spot of rain would not go amiss. Stable do well here and are 5-20 with hurdlers this term.

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2
511-10OR: 120
10/1

Opened her account on soft ground in a novice event at Southwell but subsequently struggled under a penalty in similar company. Handicap mark looks feasible if conditions are not too quick.

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3
611-9OR: 119BF
5/2

Disappointed on latest start but a break since seems telling. Claims on previous efforts and represents last year's winning yard.

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4
511-5OR: 115
14/1

Opened her account at Worcester over 2m when again not looking straightforward. Showed she stayed this far on previous start but biggest question is whether she has the experience to come out on top in a battle.

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511-0OR: 110
7/2

Downpatrick winner went close on her next start but has been comfortably held on both starts since. Will not have travelled from Ireland without good cause and top rider 2-4 for the stable.

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410-6OR: 102
20/1

Best run in three over hurdles came here in January, however her form overall is moderate. Possible there will be improvement for the quicker ground that is forecast

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Still Believing911-129/2
T: Evan WilliamsJ: Mitchell Bastyan

Betting

Forecast

Chilli Filli (11/8), Skewiff (5/2), Aasleagh Dawn (7/2), Oscar Star (10/1), Sheila Tanist (14/1), Sin Sin (20/1)

Verdict

The Irish raider AASLEAGH DAWN is from a yard that do well on their visits here and the booking of James Bowen usually proves a good indicator. She carries a fitness advantage into this and will be at home on the unseasonal summer ground that is forecast. Chilli Filli has solid C&D form and her stable have been going well, but she and Oscar Star would appreciate some rain. Skewiff cannot be discounted on her Ffos Las second if similar positive tactics are employed, but Sheila Tanist still looked a bit raw when scoring at Worcester and may find a few of these knowing too much if this develops into a tussle.
  1. Aasleagh Dawn
  2. Chilli Filli
  3. Skewiff

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