15:30 Hamilton Wed 19 June 2019

  • Follow hamiltonparkrc On Twitter Handicap (Class 5)
  • 1m 68y, Good to Firm (Good in Places)
  • 9 Runners
  • Winner£4,140.002nd£1,232.003rd£616.004th£308.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 46.49sOff time:15:31:34
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2
(4)
39-9OR: 72D
4/1

Formerly with Mark Johnston (2-5); always handy until weakening inside the final furlong on stable debut at Nottingham in April (1m2f, good to soft); off since, but is 2lb lower and this drop in trip looks to be a positive move.

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3
(8)
39-7OR: 70
4/1

Beaten a nose on debut at Wolverhampton (7f) in November; ran his best race since when finishing third to Rambaldi in a 1m+ Nottingham Classified Stakes latest; others better handicapped?

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5
(9)
39-4OR: 67
10/1

Twice a runner up under varying ground conditions as a juvenile (over 1m); has disappointed since introduced to handicapping (easing 9lb in the weights); cheekpieces are now applied seeking a spark; difficult to be confident about his chances.

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6
(1)
39-3OR: 66CD
9/4

Off the mark over C&D (good to soft) on her seventh career start; that form probably isn't overly strong, but she was a decisive 3½L winner so a 6lb rise in the weights is perfectly fair; should figure positively in a weak race.

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7
(10)
39-3OR: 66
14/1

Twice placed for former handler John Quinn, including on debut behind today's rival Eesha's Smile at Beverley (7½f, good) last August; didn't stay an extended mile on soft ground at Nottingham on stable debut/seasonal reappearance.

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9
(11)
39-0OR: 63
6/1

Quick ground Beverley nursery winner (7½f) for Tom Dascombe in August 2018; yet to click in four starts for Iain Jardine (also saddles God Of Dreams); has fallen 10lb in the handicap since April.

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11
(3)
38-10OR: 59
14/1

Kicked off her 3yo career with a respectable 50/1 sixth of 15 at Haydock (1m, soft), form which has a degree of substance; poor in three runs since (6f-7f) but is plummeting in the weights and the stable are absolutely flying this week.

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12
(6)
38-9OR: 58
16/1

His sole win came on Fibresand at Southwell (7f) in November; yet to show any worthwhile form on turf (0-4), falling a whopping 15lb in the weights over the course of his last three starts; look elsewhere.

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13
(2)
38-8OR: 57
33/1

Left Karl Burke as a five-race maiden in late 2018; weakened from halfway when finishing last of 13 on debut for Adrian Nicholls at Wetherby (1m, good to firm) three weeks ago; a very unlikely winner.

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Non-Runners

1
(13)
My Boy Lewis20
39-9OR: 72
T: Roger FellJ: Cam Hardie
4
(12)
Ollivander11
39-7OR: 70
T: D O'MearaJ: C J McGovern
8
(7)
Gennaro49
39-2OR: 65
T: I FurtadoJ: T E Whelan
10
(5)
God Of Dreams21
38-13OR: 62
T: I JardineJ: Jamie Gormley

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
8Party Fears Too39-97/2Full Result
T: J S GoldieJ: Barry McHugh

Betting

Forecast

Ivory Charm (9/4), Eesha's Smile (4/1), Fiction Writer (4/1), Ollivander (5/1), Five Helmets (6/1), My Boy Lewis (7/1), Startego (10/1), Euro No More (14/1), Castle Quarter (14/1), Gennaro (14/1), Gremoboy (16/1), God Of Dreams (16/1), Delectable (33/1)

Verdict

A 3yo handicap which won't take a great deal of winning, so it's possible that the recent C&D scorer Ivory Charm will prove capable of defying a subsequent 6lb rise in the weights for John Dance and Richard Fahey. However, with a whole host of under-performing rivals in opposition she'll be well found in the market and won't offer much value. Therefore, in the interests of sport, a speculative dart is aimed towards the Keith Dalgleish-trained EURO NO MORE. Her last three efforts have been poor, but in all fairness they were all over shorter trips (6f-7f), and her earlier seasonal reappearance sixth at Haydock (1m, soft) is very respectable form in the context of this race.
  1. Euro No More
  2. Ivory Charm
  3. Ollivander

Video Replay

Most Followed

Dream Of Dreams

F: 2220-11

T: Sir Michael Stoute

Pinatubo

F: 11

T: C Appleby

Japan

F: 711-43

T: A P O'Brien

Blue Point

F: 73-1111

T: C Appleby

Awe

F: 712-281

T: W J Haggas

Most Followed

Dream Of Dreams

F: 2220-11

T: Sir Michael Stoute

Pinatubo

F: 11

T: C Appleby

Japan

F: 711-43

T: A P O'Brien

Blue Point

F: 73-1111

T: C Appleby

Awe

F: 712-281

T: W J Haggas

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