13:35 Kempton Sat 30 March 2019

  • Matchbook Betting Exchange EBF Novice Stakes (Class 5)
  • 1m 1f 219y, Standard / Slow
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£4,916.002nd£1,463.003rd£731.004th£366.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Weighed In

Winning time:2m 6.5sOff time:13:37:28
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(5)
39-9OR:
8/11

Dansili colt whose dam was a winner up to 1m2f, including at Listed level. Started slowly and ran green, but still managed to win on debut at Wolverhampton in December. Looks a nice prospect and has a major chance for last year's winning stable.

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2
(6)
39-7OR:
5/1

Stepped up on Bath debut when making all to score at Lingfield in September. Promising colt representing an in-form yard and is much respected.

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(2)
39-2OR:
66/1

Lilbourne Lad colt who is a half-brother to five winners. Dwelt at the start when sixth of eight on racecourse bow at Lingfield earlier this month and looks a work in progress.

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4
(4)
39-2OR: 76BF
25/1

Out of the frame, but showed fair form, in three starts for Saeed Bin Suroor and now tries his luck for a new stable after being gelded. Entitled to go well, but future probably lies in handicaps.

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(1)
39-2OR:
50/1

Gelded son of Camelot who is a half-brother to five winners who stayed well. Stable among the winners, but he may need this debut outing and is fitted with a hood.

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(3)
39-2OR:
5/2

Shamardal colt who fetched €325,000 as a yearling and is a brother to Group Two winner Bow Creek and half-brother to three other smart winners. Seventh of nine on debut at Newmarket in October and should do much better as a three-year-old.

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(7)
38-11OR:
150/1

Canford Cliffs filly who cost only £3,000 as a yearling and whose dam won over 1m on the AW. Best watched on debut, although jockey booking catches the eye.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
2Crossed Baton39-911/8Full Result
T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin

Betting

Forecast

Sucellus (8/11), Sawasdee (5/2), Living Legend (5/1), Island Jungle (25/1), King's Counsel (50/1), Blue Beirut (66/1), J Gaye (150/1)

Verdict

King's Counsel looks the more likely of the two newcomers and hails from a yard in good form, but this is likely to rest between previous winners Living Legend and SUCELLUS. The selection won on debut despite doing plenty wrong and is open to lots of improvement for his top stable. Sawasdee was an expensive purchase who can improve on his only start last season, while Island Jungle has some fair form to his credit and should go well.
  1. Sucellus
  2. Living Legend
  3. Sawasdee

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