16:10 Ffos Las Sun 11 November 2018

  • Alan Bushell Racing Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 1m 7f 182y, Heavy
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£4,159.002nd£1,221.003rd£611.004th£450.005th£450.006th£450.007th£450.008th£450.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:4m 6.9sOff time:16:10:29
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2
611-11OR: 104
5/1

Not devoid of promise in novices' company, but handicapper appears to have set him a stiffish task from this mark on his debut in this sphere. Improvement needed.

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3
511-11OR: 104D
5/1

Won a class 5 handicap hurdle at Southwell (1m7½f, soft) in March, when 7lb lower. Not as good since, including on reappearance, so more needed.

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4
511-10OR: 103
11/4

On an 11-race losing run since scoring on debut in an Exeter bumper in 2016. Was second from this mark at Ludlow in May, and CV suggests that those taking the plunge should do so each-way.

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5
511-9OR: 102D
11/4

Won a Cork bumper on debut last year for Willie Mullins, but well held in two more starts over hurdles for him. Marginally better on debut for this trainer last month, so may be able to improve again.

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6
511-9OR: 102
16/1

Well held in all three novice/maiden runs over hurdles. Initial mark looks tough.

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7
1010-2OR: 81D
7/1

Produced her best effort since returning from a long absence when 5½L fifth in a Newton Abbot selling handicap last time. Same mark here, so more needed, but won from higher in 2016. Not written off.

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8
710-0OR: 77
8/1

Largely a tale of woe for him over hurdles so far, but did finish second in a modest Worcester handicap in September, when 5lb lower (in first-time blinkers). New headgear again here, but well held last time and plenty to prove.

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Non-Runners

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Nabhan31
611-12OR: 105
T: B J LlewellynJ: Mr L Williams

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Timely Gift410-1014/1
T: Tim VaughanJ: George Blackwell

Betting

Forecast

St John's (11/4), Katie Connell (11/4), Queen Of The Wind (5/1), Cuban Pete (5/1), Nabhan (6/1), Mollyow (7/1), Live For Today (8/1), Some Can Dance (16/1)

Verdict

Probably not a race to get too heavily involved with and the suggestion is KATIE CONNELL, who did at least take a step back in the right direction last time, and may be able to raise the bar again. St John's looks a serious each-way player, but is finding winning over obstacles tricky, while similar can be said of Nabhan. Cuban Pete and Queen Of The Wind both need some improvement, but can't be written off along with Mollyow.
  1. Katie Connell
  2. St John's
  3. Nabhan

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