15:10 Kelso Sun 13 January 2019

  • Racing TV Free For A Month Handicap Chase (Class 3)
  • 2m 7f 96y, Good
  • 4 Runners
  • Winner£7,928.002nd£2,328.003rd£1,164.004th£582.005th£450.006th£450.007th£450.008th£450.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:6m 0.4sOff time:15:13:30
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2
811-5OR: 130CD
4/1

Made it 3-7 over fences when recapturing his peak form and proving his stamina in the process (over 3m2f, good) at Doncaster last month; 4lb higher in the weights yet found a broadly similar Class 3 contest; holds every chance.

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3
810-13OR: 124
11/10

Stayed on well on his chasing debut (beaten 23L) when finishing fifth to Crucial Role in an ultra-competitive Beginners' Chase at Uttoxeter (2m4f, soft); should prove capable of building upon that with this extra yardage perfect.

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4
1010-12OR: 123BF
9/4

Broadly reliable type who hails from a stable in a fine run of form; safely held off a 2lb higher mark by Rock On Fruity at Newcastle latest (2m4f, soft); slack fencing is often his achilles heel; opposed.

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5
1210-9OR: 120
10/1

Prominent racing veteran for whom 3m on good ground at Musselburgh is a perfect fit; ended the previous campaign in-form, finishing in front of today's rival Lough Derg Jewel when beaten 6L by Stellar Notion over C&D in May; off since.

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Non-Runners

1
Henryville17
1111-12OR: 137
T: P BowenJ: James Bowen

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Bright Prospect910-29/1
T: Mrs J StephenJ: Ross Chapman

Betting

Forecast

Groundunderrepair (11/10), Chidswell (9/4), Lough Derg Jewel (4/1), Blue Kascade (10/1), Henryville (12/1)

Verdict

A small field but an open looking contest, so no firm or definitive view is taken. Lough Derg Jewel can probably reverse May C&D placings with the seasonal debutante Blue Kascade after seemingly proving his stamina in a similar small-field contest at Doncaster (3m2f). However, the best advice is to chance the upped in trip GROUNDUNDERREPAIR. He is very inexperienced over fences but shaped with a degree of promise on debut in an exceptionally competitive Beginners' Chase at Uttoxeter (2m4f) in December.
  1. Groundunderrepair
  2. Lough Derg Jewel
  3. Chidswell

Rule 4

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