15:45 Huntingdon Tue 16 October 2018

  • Molson Coors Handicap Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 1m 7f 171y, Good
  • 12 Runners
  • Winner£5,198.002nd£1,526.003rd£763.004th£382.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:3m 42.8sOff time:15:48:15
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1
611-13OR: 116
50/1

28-race Flat maiden; hasn't run over hurdles since finishing well down the field (tailed off) at Fontwell (2m1f+) in November 2017, dropped 7lb since.

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2
511-13OR: 116
9/2

Still a maiden over hurdles (0-5), but has performed with credit in most starts (2m-2m4f), and is also effective with cut; best effort so far when beaten 1½L by All Is Good at Hereford in January.

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3
911-11OR: 114CD
50/1

Won back-to-back races over C&D in May (good), but the handicapper thwarted his momentum thereafter; remains 7lb above his last winning mark, but helpfully is reunited with Paddy Brennan.

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4
711-10OR: 113D
7/2

Raced sparingly in recent years (twice a winner at short odds for Tom George in the spring of 2016); handicap mark easing but off the track since July (pulled up); can the switch to Alan King help revive?

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5
611-9OR: 112
12/1

Shown a decent level of form in Ireland for Thomas Mullins, and makes his debut on these shores today; probably most effective beyond 2m, as illustrated when winning over 2m2f at Leopardstown (yielding) on Boxing Day.

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6
611-8OR: 104D
2/1

Enjoyed a productive month so far, and was back to winning ways at Uttoxeter (2m, good to soft) last week when comfortably beating Bumble Bay by 7L; respected under a 7lb penalty.

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7
411-7OR: 110D
20/1

Left Brian Ellison for £20,000 in May, not long after winning a 2m1f Sedgefield maiden hurdle (good), but looks to be regressing ever so slightly in five subsequent starts for this trainer (hence the application of a hood).

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8
711-7OR: 110D
100/1

Has shown ability for various trainers including Susan Corbett (bumpers) and the late Alan Swinbank (hurdles, AW and fences); well beaten on return from a lengthy absence (stable debut) on the Flat at Epsom (1m4f) in August.

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9
511-7OR: 110D
7/1

Former Godolphin inmate (bought for £22,000); has come to life over hurdles for David Pipe winning two of his five starts, most latterly over 2m (good) at Worcester last month; 6lb higher, every chance if in the same mood (not guaranteed).

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10
711-5OR: 108D
100/1

Fairly useful dual purpose performer for the late Alan Swinbank, but hasn't been seen in competitive action since January when finishing a well beaten seventh of ten (2m2f+ heavy); stable debut (cost £5,000 in May).

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11
511-4OR: 107CD
20/1

Three-time hurdles winner (2m-2m4f), including over C&D (12/1) in April; 4lb above that last winning mark, but relatively modest since including when well held by Aldrin (Worcester) latest.

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511-0OR: 103
16/1

Four-time minor Flat winner in France; 0-4 over hurdles, including when beaten 7L by Shining Romeo on handicap debut over C&D (soft) in February; first start for 236 days.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Captain Felix511-59/1
T: J M P EustaceJ: Jack Quinlan

Betting

Forecast

Third Estate (2/1), Dexcite (7/2), Snapdragon Fire (9/2), Aldrin (7/1), Sparky Stowaway (12/1), Dyliev (16/1), Stonecoldsoba (20/1), Jamacho (20/1), Ardamir (50/1), Stuccodor (50/1), Virnon (100/1), Deep Resolve (100/1)

Verdict

A race which features a couple of C&D winners, namely Stuccodor and Stonecoldsoba, with the former of more interest now reunited with Paddy Brennan. However, a likelier solution lies elsewhere with the in-form Third Estate very much respected under a 7lb penalty for a win at Uttoxeter last week, and Sparky Stowaway a notable new recruit for Paul Webber. Nevertheless, we'll take a chance with ALDRIN who bounced back to form at Worcester last month, and has been given a near three week break by his trainer David Pipe since.
  1. Aldrin
  2. Third Estate
  3. Sparky Stowaway

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