14:35 Fakenham Fri 15 March 2019

  • Robert Case Memorial Conditional Jockeys' Maiden Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 3y, Good to Soft (Good in places)
  • 4 Runners
  • Winner£4,938.002nd£1,450.003rd£725.004th£363.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:3m 50.09sOff time:14:35:20
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1
711-4OR: 120
7/4

Still a maiden over hurdles and blotted his copybook latest, but has claims on the pick of his form and is still open to improvement over hurdles. Has speed from his days on the Flat but may not want the predicted rain to get into the ground.

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2
511-4OR: 117
11/10

Gone well here on a couple of occasions and noteworthy that the cheekpieces are being persevered with after a couple of reasonable efforts. Solid chance if able to take another step forward here.

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3
511-4OR:
5/1

Only hinted at ability on the Flat and seemed to lose his way for his former yard. Plenty to prove on his first start for Paul Webber and also lacks any experience of jumping hurdles in public.

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4
410-10OR:
8/1

Won twice on the AW as a two-year-old but found things frustrating when upped to racing over middle distances. Does have ability and a feasible chance if he can adapt to the winter game. Still plenty of guess work involved at this stage.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Weebill611-31/4
T: Olly MurphyJ: James Nixon

Betting

Forecast

Swaffham Bulbeck (11/10), Grand Inquisitor (7/4), War Drums (5/1), Emerald Rocket (8/1)

Verdict

With no obvious pace angle, this is likely to be a very tactical affair. In which case, the course experience held by SWAFFHAM BULBECK could be a vital tool. The gelding benefits from a 10lb claimer in the saddle and could be hard to master if using his last couple of starts as a platform. Grand Inquisitor is open to further improvement over hurdles and is likely to pose more of a threat than hurdling debutantes Emerald Rocket and War Drums, who both have a few questions to answer.
  1. Swaffham Bulbeck
  2. Grand Inquisitor
  3. Emerald Rocket

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