16:10 Market Rasen Wed 20 March 2019

  • Download The MansionBet App Handicap Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 7f 16y, Good (Good to Soft in places)
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£4,874.002nd£1,431.003rd£716.004th£358.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:5m 35.7sOff time:16:10:25
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1
811-12OR: 117
5/1

Three-time Tramore winner who has made the frame on all three starts for Dan Skelton since making the switch across the Irish Sea; must definitively prove that he stays this near 3m trip.

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2
611-9OR: 114C
11/10

Always prominent when returning to the winners enclosure (sporting first-time cheekpieces) over an extended 3m1f at Catterick (good) last month; is a previous course winner; 5lb claimer Fergus Gregory negates much of an 8lb rise in the weights.

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3
611-7OR: 112BFCD
9/2

Beat a fairly modest bunch when scoring by 4½L over C&D in October (good) before bumping into a very well treated rival at Carlisle the following month; off since but evidently is at her very best at this track (course form figures read 2,1).

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4
811-5OR: 110
16/1

Without a win since December 2016 (at odds of 66/1 for Seamus Mullins); more encouraging since switched to this trainer, albeit unseated his rider over fences at Plumpton (3m1f+) last month; watching brief on return to the smaller obstacles.

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6
911-4OR: 109
11/1

Point-to-point winner (soft) in 2016 and showed some minor promise in a couple of 2m4f hurdle runs at Hexham in December. However, was well beaten on handicap debut over C&D last week (Discay third); others are preferred.

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7
710-12OR: 103
5/1

Now a whopping 19lb below his last winning mark (for Alan King in January 2017); ran his best race for some time when finishing third to the subsequent winner Iwilldoit at Bangor (2m7f) in January; has raced on the Flat since.

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Non-Runners

5
Discay6
1011-4OR: 109
T: P A KirbyJ: Thomas Dowson

Last Year's Winner

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On A Promise611-29/2
T: N G RichardsJ: Craig Nichol

Betting

Forecast

Let's Get At It (11/10), Scented Lily (9/2), Ardera Cross (5/1), Paddys Runner (5/1), Discay (5/1), Cloghouge Boy (11/1), Robinroyale (16/1)

Verdict

LET'S GET AT IT bounced back from a below-par effort over C&D in January when proving his stamina in first-time cheekpieces at Catterick (3m1f+). Although clearly not a totally rock-solid proposition, he's clearly drawn some considerable benefit from the application of various bits and bobs of headgear (including a tongue-tie) and theoretically his chance is an all too obvious one with the talented 5lb claimer Fergus Gregory removing the majority of his subsequent 8lb rise in the weights. A realistic alternative is the course proven mare Scented Lily with the Dan Skelton-trained top-weight Ardera Cross having stamina questions to answer over this trip.
  1. Let's Get At It
  2. Scented Lily
  3. Discay

Video Replay

Most Followed

Pentland Hills

F: 1

T: N J Henderson

A Plus Tard

F: 231-212

T: H De Bromhead

Klassical Dream

F: 324P-11

T: W P Mullins

Beware The Bear

F: 1P4P-41

T: N J Henderson

Espoir D'Allen

F: 114-111

T: G P Cromwell

Most Followed

Pentland Hills

F: 1

T: N J Henderson

A Plus Tard

F: 231-212

T: H De Bromhead

Klassical Dream

F: 324P-11

T: W P Mullins

Beware The Bear

F: 1P4P-41

T: N J Henderson

Espoir D'Allen

F: 114-111

T: G P Cromwell

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