14:30 Ludlow Thu 21 March 2019

  • Shropshire Homes Novices' Hurdle (Class 4)
  • 2m 5f 55y, Good to Soft (Good in Places)
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£5,198.002nd£1,526.003rd£763.004th£382.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:5m 4.1sOff time:14:30:33
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611-1OR:
9/4

Latest run looks flattering given he dictated a moderate pace which did not suit the principals. Nevertheless, his priors, including an excellent third to Thomas Darby in a bumper, indicate he should more than hold his own in this grade.

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2
20/1

Kap Rock gelding out of a dam who was placed over fences in France. Stable 3-11 in the past week and took this contest last year.

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3
511-1OR:
6/5

Flopped on Bangor debut before splitting a useful pair last time. Looks the clear form pick but possibly does not want it too soft. Stable 16-54 with their hurdlers here since 2014.

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4
511-1OR: 132
11/4

French import with a 1-13 record and who has been chasing lately. Form hard to evaluate, but he is untested at the trip and he is accustomed to racing on much slower ground.

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5
511-1OR:
25/1

Fetched £40,000 after finishing second in a run of the mill point-to-point. Showed some promise on bumper debut last month and yard in better form now than they were then.

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6
511-1OR:
100/1

Flat-bred son of Street Cry who is a half-brother to Kentucky Derby runner-up Ice Box. Tailed-off on both starts to date and makes no appeal here.

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7
610-8OR:
200/1

Finished alone when winning a point-to-point at the fourth attempt. Tailed-off on both starts under rules and hard to recommend in this company.

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Last Year's Winner

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Silver Kayf611-413/8
T: K C BaileyJ: David Bass

Betting

Forecast

Falco Blitz (6/5), Daario Naharis (9/4), Jatiluwih (11/4), Espoir De Romay (20/1), One More Fleurie (25/1), Pepperdew (100/1), Dina Maker (200/1)

Verdict

FALCO BLITZ was unlucky to bump into the 143-rated One For Rosie last time and meets nothing of that calibre here. Daario Naharis was flattered last time but his previous efforts still indicate he is the main danger. One More Fleurie shaped with promise on his yard debut and promises to be more of a force now jumping and tackling a longer trip. French import Jatiluwih has questions to answer in terms of trip and ground, but Espoir De Romay comes from a yard in form and should be checked for any market confidence.
  1. Falco Blitz
  2. Daario Naharis
  3. One More Fleurie

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