14:40 Sedgefield Tue 14 May 2019

  • Paxtons Use Romero Insurance Handicap Chase (Class 5)
  • 2m 77y, Good
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£3,314.002nd£973.003rd£487.004th£350.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:4m 1.6sOff time:14:42:29
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1
811-12OR: 100D
33/1

Just 2lb higher than when winning at Market Rasen in August, and similar form when runner-up over C&D next time. Below form since, however, and ran badly at Wetherby last time.

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2
1211-11OR: 99CD
50/1

Runner-up off current mark at Musselburgh in November 2017, but has been off the track since the end of that month, and hard to see this veteran being ready to win after such an absence.

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3
1111-10OR: 98CD
12/1

Front-runner who scored over C&D in January off 7lb lower. Not disgraced in three starts since, but handicapper looks in charge for the time being. Tried in cheekpieces now.

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6
810-8OR: 82CD
2/7

Well placed to win both starts at Plumpton for current yard after a lengthy absence, reverted to hurdles last time. Returns to fences with some mileage left in his mark, and the hat-trick beckons.

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7
910-6OR: 80C
14/1

Second over 2m3½f here in August. and probably needed the run after a break at Carlisle recently. Yard has started the new season well, and this mare has place claims if improving for that comeback run.

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8
610-5OR: 79
17/2

Best when dictating, but only poor form when second in a blanket finish here in March, and disappointing on quicker ground at Hexham last time.

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9
1310-1OR: 75CD
20/1

Veteran who has been competitive from reduced mark of late, winning at big prices here in March and at Newcastle in April. Not so good the last twice, but top rider booked, and should be running on late in the day.

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Non-Runners

4
Agentleman310
911-7OR: 95
T: P WinksJ: K Yeoman
5
Roxyfet29
911-4OR: 92
T: Micky HammondJ: Colm McCormack

Last Year's Winner

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My Renaissance811-19/2
T: Sam EnglandJ: Jonathan England

Betting

Forecast

Istimraar (2/7), Ringaringarosie (17/2), Agentleman (10/1), Jokers And Rogues (12/1), Roxyfet (12/1), Louloumills (14/1), Duhallowcountry (20/1), Boss Des Mottes (33/1), Muwalla (50/1)

Verdict

Hard to get away from ISTIMRAAR, who has won both starts for Dan Skelton and is not in much deeper here. The pace should be sound, and that will help both Roxyfet, who kept on late at Hexham last time, and old-timer Duhallowcountry, who has the assistance of Brian Hughes in place of a claimer.
  1. Istimraar
  2. Roxyfet
  3. Duhallowcountry

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