17:10 Sedgefield Tue 12 March 2019

  • Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Mares' Standard Open NH Flat Race (Class 5)
  • 2m 178y, Soft (Heavy in Places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£2,274.002nd£668.003rd£334.004th£167.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:4m 13.8sOff time:17:10:26
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511-0OR:
7/1

Getaway mare; half-sister to the triple 2m hurdle winner Hearts Are Trumps; stable not known for saddling bumper winners (0-25), but won't have had many better opportunities of doing so previously.

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2
511-0OR:
33/1

Her dam was an unraced half-sister to the staying chaser Samstown, so it's no real surprise that she's struggled to make a positive impression in good ground contests at Kelso and Carlisle.

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3
511-0OR: BF
7/2

Bought for £26,000 in November after winning a five-runner 3m mares maiden at Lisronagh (good) - runner-up has won since; started 7/4f when beaten 11L by a stablemate of Theflickeringlight (Dares To Dream) in a C&D Boxing Day bumper.

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4
2/5

Flemensfirth mare; sister to the useful bumper winner Acronym; her fencing was her forte in Irish PTP's - unbeaten for Colin Motherway; race-fit and should make her presence felt on debut for Catterick-based trainer Phil Kirby.

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5
50/1

Bahri filly who receives an 8lb 4yo's allowance on debut for the father/son partnership Tim and Harry Reed; yard are 0-20 with their previous runners in bumpers, so others would hold more compelling claims.

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Last Year's Winner

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Jaxlight611-012/1
T: P HolmesJ: Finian O'Toole

Betting

Forecast

Theflickeringlight (2/5), Takingitallin (7/2), Potters Away (7/1), Red Reminder (33/1), Naughty Nancie (50/1)

Verdict

The concluding mares' bumper should rest between the former Irish pointers Takingitallin and THEFLICKERINGLIGHT. On the basis that the Catterick handler Phil Kirby should have a reasonably solid line as to the abilities of the Donald McCain-trained runner through Dares To Dream, his rules newcomer gets the nod. Her fencing technique has appeared to be her forte in those back-to-back PTP wins at Aghabullogue and Ballyvodock but equally she's not lacked for speed either and this very weak bumper rates as a realistic starting point.
  1. Theflickeringlight
  2. Takingitallin
  3. Potters Away

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