17:25 Down Royal Sat 16 March 2019

  • Remus Uomo Hunters Chase
  • 2m 3f 140y, Soft to Heavy
  • 10 Runners
  • Winner€6,160.002nd€1,910.003rd€910.004th€410.005th€160.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:5m 24.2sOff time:17:29:12
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1
812-0OR: D
14/1

Hunter Chase and point-to-point scorer yet to fire in three starts this season including a 141L defeat at Punchestown in the Cross Country in February. Capable of bouncing back to form with notable jockey booking

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2
612-0OR: 108
9/2

Won a Clonmel maiden hunter chase earlier in January when well backed before unseating rider when beaten in a Thurles hunter chase. Won a point-to-point last month, his second success between the flags. One to consider.

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3
611-7OR:
25/1

Gelding by Robin Des Champs out of a Supreme Leader mare. Has hit the frame in two of his three point-to-point starts but may be up against it on rules debut.

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4
811-7OR: 146
10/11

Has been sending out mixed signals in a couple of hunter chase starts in the last 12 months despite being a solid point-to-point performer. Any market move would be worth noting.

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5
14/1

Generally well held in a number of career bumper starts despite the finishing positions but does boast strong point-to-point form. Market likely to reveal expectations on chasing introduction.

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6
711-7OR:
8/1

Difficult to find any problem with his solid point-to-point form, winning his last three starts. Best watched on first start under rules for yard without a winner in 18 starts this term.

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7
911-7OR: 100
50/1

20-race maiden under rules did win a point-to-point in December but pulled-up on return to rules racing before finishing 10th of 16 beaten 65L at Punchestown last month. Hard to fancy and plenty to prove.

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8
1011-7OR:
33/1

Three from 26 point-to-point starts but without any success in five starts under rules. Will need to raise overall profile to play a role in this contest.

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9
511-3OR:
5/1

Winged Love gelding out of a Supreme Leader mare. Cost €24,000 as a three-year-old and has won three of his eight point-to-point starts since his debut last April. One to be interested in.

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10
1211-0OR: 72
66/1

Getting on for five years since the mare last won a race and is hard to fancy on her recent form. Stiff test ahead.

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Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Burning Ambition (10/11), Sidetracked (9/2), Winged Leader (5/1), Hi Murphy (8/1), Alpha Male (14/1), Change Your Story (14/1), Broadway Star (25/1), Lisnagreggan (33/1), Like A Demon (50/1), Nevada Rose (66/1)

Verdict

The Winged Love gelding WINGED LEADER makes an interesting debut under rules. The five-year-old has won three of his eight point-to-point starts since his debut last April and can see off the attentions of Burning Ambition, winner of a January point-to-point and the eight-year-old Change Your Story who has the assistance of Patrick Mullins.
  1. Winged Leader
  2. Burning Ambition
  3. Change Your Story

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