20:00 Dundalk Fri 12 October 2018

  • Dundalk Stadium On Facebook Apprentice Handicap
  • 1m 4f, Standard
  • 10 Runners
  • Winner€7,392.002nd€2,292.003rd€1,092.004th€492.005th€192.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:2m 33.34sOff time:20:03:33
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2
(6)
410-0OR: 80CD
9/4

C&D winner of a maiden in January. Beaten here since, but handicapper appears to have given him a squeak in this contest.

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3
(5)
89-11OR: 77CD
5/1

Comes here on a hat-trick of course wins including a C&D win last month off a 7lb lower mark. One for the shortlist once again.

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4
(4)
49-8OR: 74
7/1

Fourth of 11 beaten a little over 3L on C&D debut last month. Carries strong place claims in this company.

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5
(7)
49-6OR: 72C
12/1

Out of form of late and is still 5lb higher than last winning mark. First time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.

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6
(10)
49-2OR: 68
25/1

Twice placed in Curragh maidens over 1m2f last time and almost stole a 1m4f maiden at Tramore on return when beaten a short-head. Out of sorts at Gowran Park latest but worth a market check on first start here.

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7
(3)
59-2OR: 68CD
7/2

Winner of one of her three starts here and a winner over C&D two years ago. Any market move should be monitored.

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8
(9)
49-2OR: 68
20/1

Eight-race maiden on the Flat and is likely to struggle on AW debut here. Hard to fancy on form since May.

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9
(1)
39-0OR: 72
10/1

Solid and consistent type who has been running well in defeat but well held in a couple of starts here and likely to struggle in this company.

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10
(8)
58-13OR: 65
50/1

Well down the field in a couple of starts since returning to action following a 14-month lay-off in September. Hard to place any faith in.

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11
(11)
58-9OR: 61CD
16/1

C&D winner winner but that is his only success in 13 visits to the venue. Plenty more needed in this group.

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Non-Runners

1
(2)
Tooreen Legend1085
810-9OR: 89
T: E J O'GradyJ: D M Redmond

Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Uncle Henry (9/4), Dancing Doll (7/2), Park Row (5/1), Marine One (7/1), Leaderboard (10/1), Claregate Street (12/1), Trump Card (16/1), Itsalonglongroad (20/1), Calgath (25/1), Tooreen Legend (25/1), Nucky Thompson (50/1)

Verdict

C&D winner of a maiden in January, UNCLE HENRY has been beaten here since, but the handicapper appears to have given the Joseph O'Brien-trained four-year-old a chance here to out-point his biggest rival the hat-trick seeking Park Row who is in scintillating form of late. C&D winners, Dancing Doll and potential improver, Marine One look the best of the rest.
  1. Uncle Henry
  2. Park Row
  3. Dancing Doll

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