14:30 Lingfield Tue 11 June 2019

  • Welcome Back Hamways & Guests Selling Stakes (Class 6)
  • 6f 1y, Standard
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£3,105.002nd£924.003rd£462.004th£300.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:1m 12.33sOff time:14:30:27
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1
(4)
49-6OR: 64
5/4

Narrow winner of a Wolverhampton maiden over 7f in December on debut for this trainer, mostly well-held in handicaps since and something to prove tackling 6f for the first time despite drop to selling company.

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2
(5)
69-6OR: 45D
40/1

Shown little since Kempton win in January (unplaced in six) and holds modest 2-35 record on the AW. Faces a tough task on these terms seemingly.

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3
(2)
99-6OR: 80CD
2/1

Couple of good AW runs to start 2019, including over 7f here in claimer. Can be quirky sort and hasn't beaten anything home in pair of turf handicaps recently. Holds these rivals if anywhere near his best over C&D at which he has won before.

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4
(3)
48-11OR: 30
100/1

Less exposed than most but has very little else to recommend her; needs to show more than has previously been the case to have eyes on a prize.

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6
(6)
38-7OR: 66D
5/2

Won a Wolverhampton novice event last year over this trip but has gone backwards in three starts since, not doing herself any favours with tardy starts. Eased in grade and could play a big part in this weak heat.

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Non-Runners

5
(1)
Meraki230
38-8OR: 50
T: Tim PinfieldJ: Theodore Ladd

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
7Varsovian89-109/4Full Result
T: D K IvoryJ: R Winston

Betting

Forecast

Creek Harbour (5/4), Upavon (2/1), Penarth Pier (5/2), Meraki (12/1), Deer Song (40/1), Fata Morgana (100/1)

Verdict

The figures suggest that previous C&D winner UPAVON is entitled to win this if anywhere near his best. Recent turf form doesn't inspire utmost confidence and he can be quirky, but solid opposition is rather thin on the ground. Penarth Pier could be the danger if getting a clean break while Meraki cannot be ruled out in a race lacking depth.
  1. Upavon
  2. Penarth Pier
  3. Meraki

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