19:45 Kempton Sat 16 February 2019

  • 100% Profit Boost At 32RedSport.com Handicap (Class 2)
  • 1m 3f 219y, Standard / Slow
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£16,172.002nd£4,812.003rd£2,405.004th£1,202.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:2m 30.26sOff time:19:48:28
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1
(5)
59-12OR: 97CD
7/2

First run following a break when good second of nine to Caspar The Cub over 1m3f at this venue in December. Stamina ran out over 2m last time and he can do better reverting to this trip on better terms with his earlier conqueror.

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2
(3)
59-11OR: 96BFC
3/1

Behind Caspar The Cub and Count Calabash at this track last time and has gone up 8lb for a success on his previous outing. Plenty to find if he is to turn the tables.

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3
(2)
69-8OR: 93CD
7/1

Successful over 1m3f at this venue in December after which he went up 6lb to this mark and was only third of six over 1m2f at Lingfield. Might bounce back over this extra distance.

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4
(4)
49-7OR: 94BFCD
2/1

Stable companion of Lexington Law who had Count Calabash and Pipes Of Peace behind when scoring at this venue two runs ago. Has not had the best of runs when placed on last two starts at Lingfield so may be capable of better.

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5
(6)
69-3OR: 88CD
10/1

Came out on top in a four-runner contest over 1m6f at Chelmsford before finishing third of six over 2m at this venue off this 2lb higher mark. Not certain this drop in distance is what he needs.

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6
(1)
58-11OR: 82C
10/1

On quite a long, losing run and latest fourth of six at Lingfield following a break was only a reasonable effort. Others have stronger claims.

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Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Caspar The Cub (2/1), Pipes Of Peace (3/1), Count Calabash (7/2), Lexington Law (7/1), West Coast Flyer (10/1), Emenem (10/1)

Verdict

There are reasons to think top-weight Count Calabash may be able to reverse course form with CASPAR THE CUB, but the selection may have a bit in hand after being a little unlucky on his last two starts. His stable companion, Lexington Law, should appreciate the step up in trip, but West Coast Flyer may find this too sharp.
  1. Caspar The Cub
  2. Count Calabash
  3. Lexington Law

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