18:50 Hexham Tue 21 May 2019

Scheduled
  • Lloyd's Ltd. Leaders In Our Field Handicap Chase (Class 5)
  • 1m 7f 133y,
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£5,003.002nd£1,469.003rd£735.004th£367.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf
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1
1111-12OR: 99CD

Two-time course winner (2m-2m4f); back from a near four month absence when finishing a keeping on third to Civil Unrest over C&D (good) ten-days ago; should take all of the beating if able to build positively on that effort.

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2
911-4OR: 91D

Inconsistent, yet capable on his day; strongest at Sedgefield with some cut underfoot; 1lb lower than when finishing 3½L third to the subsequent winner Johnny Yuma over C&D (good) 36-days ago; stablemate of Black Kettle.

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3
910-13OR: 86D

Has struggled for form since joining Micky Hammond (who also saddles Roxyfet); now 4lb lower than when winning in an absolute bog at Newcastle (2m) for Rebecca Menzies in April 2018; sports a first-time visor.

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4
810-0OR: 71

Sole win came at Plumpton (2m4f, good to soft) in March 2017; hard to draw any real positives from his latter efforts; difficult to fancy even in such a weak race from just outside of the handicap proper.

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5
710-0OR: 67

15-race maiden who turned in a lousy performance when last seen in competitive action at Newcastle in November 2018; not jump well (150/1) on sole previous start over fences; competes from outside of the handicap proper.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Sleep In First1211-122/1
T: J EwartJ: B S Hughes

Betting

Forecast

Quick Brew (6/5), Roxyfet (15/8), Black Kettle (7/1), Goonjim (7/1), Gentleman James (20/1)

Verdict

Realistically, only two of these horses can be considered as possible winners in what can only be described as a desperately weak 2m handicap chase. Roxyfet was placed behind the subsequent winner Johnny Yuma over C&D last month, but a strong preference is for the Maurice Barnes-trained QUICK BREW who posted a solid effort on his return from a near four month break when finishing a keeping on third to the James Ewart-trained Civil Unrest.
  1. Quick Brew
  2. Roxyfet
  3. Black Kettle
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