15:40 Kelso Sat 10 November 2018

  • William Hill Leading Racecourse Bookmaker Mares' Standard Open NH Flat Race (Class 5)
  • 2m 51y, Good
  • 11 Runners
  • Winner£2,924.002nd£859.003rd£429.004th£215.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:3m 54.9sOff time:15:43:57
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1
511-5OR: D
11/1

Winner of an ordinary bumper on the Tapeta at Newcastle when a 20-1 chance that form has yet to be franked and has a rather muddling look about it. Carries a penalty here and looks vulnerable under that impost.

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2
610-12OR:
5/1

Sister to bumper winner - Tokaramore (the first winner of this event); hooded for her debut but shaped well despite showing some inexperience at Ayr. Raced quite freely and will need to settle better here to take a hand.

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3
510-12OR:
16/1

Has some useful jumping relations in her pedigree and was easy to back on her debut over C&D (beaten 18L). Given a considerate introduction but looks as though she is being brought along steadily and may need more time.

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4
510-12OR:
100/1

Looking at her pedigree she should have something to offer in this sphere but she offered very little on her debut at Wetherby (1m4f, soft). Would need to show a lot more to take a hand in this.

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5
510-12OR:
66/1

Can be forgiven being pulled up on her debut at Carlisle as she pulled too hard and that caused the saddle to slip. Was a 40-1 shot though so not much appeared to be expected and a watching brief is advised.

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6
510-12OR:
5/6

Newcomer from a yard that have a 29% strike-rate in this sphere in the last five years (1-6 this season). Won on her debut in an Irish point-to-point and an interesting debutante from a yard that has been going well of late.

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7
610-12OR:
12/1

Yard are 1-1 in GB bumpers this season (record poor in Irish bumpers) although this one only ran to a modest level in a Perth bumper on her debut in August 2017. Since been running in point-to-points; beaten at odds-on last time.

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8
510-12OR:
11/1

Trainer yet to have a bumper winner (0-21) although this one is related to a fairly useful hurdler/chaser Victor Hewgo and is a half-sister to four other winners. Not written off despite the trainer's record in these contests.

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9
510-12OR:
66/1

From a yard that are always to be respected in GB bumpers (18-93; 19% last five years) this one was a faller on her only point-to-point outing so far. Shaped better than the distance she was beaten on her debut at Perth but did fold rather tamely.

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10
610-12OR:
12/1

Yard have a poor record in bumpers (0-2 this season) but she is a half-sister to four winners having cost €3,000 as a four-year-old. Others make more appeal.

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11
610-12OR:
14/1

Some respectable form in Irish point-to-points with the best a 6L third on her second start. Hard to envisage her taking much of hand in this though with others having a far greater chance.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Strike The Pose510-1225/1
T: J EwartJ: Rachel McDonald

Betting

Forecast

Glorious Lady (5/6), Animore (5/1), Quiet Penny (11/1), Summer Lightening (11/1), Soeur De Strop (12/1), Oscar Light (12/1), Timetochill (14/1), Aurora Thunder (16/1), Retrace (66/1), Do The Fandango (66/1), Dares To Dream (100/1)

Verdict

Brian Hughes teams up with Keith Dalgleish once again having been successful with another bumper newcomer recently and GLORIOUS LADY is a point-to-point winner who looks sure to go close on her debut. Summer Lightening has to overcome a penalty gained for her Newcastle win and has a more difficult task here. Iain Jardine won the first running of this event with the half-sister to his contender today Animore looking to have a good chance if she settles better. Oscar Light and Retrace are two interesting Irish contenders with the latter coming from a stable that are always to be respected in GB bumpers.
  1. Glorious Lady
  2. Animore
  3. Oscar Light

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