19:30 Lingfield Thu 20 June 2019

  • Remembering Brenda's 60 Years Of Lingfield Racing Handicap (Class 5)
  • 1m 1y, Standard
  • 12 Runners
  • Winner£3,752.002nd£1,116.003rd£558.004th£300.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:1m 36.45sOff time:19:31:37
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1
(1)
69-7OR: 70
8/1

Slipping in the weights again (still 6lb above her last winning mark) but got back on track last time appreciating a return to the AW (suited by the way the race developed). Never the most consistent; not certain to reproduce that run this time.

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2
(4)
49-7OR: 70
12/1

A fair but exposed sort who has yet to win a race having previously been with Roger Charlton. Just the three outings for this yard so far (via a wind op after first one); ran a respectable race over C&D before finding 1m2f on turf too far last time.

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3
(6)
59-7OR: 70
8/1

A return to his last winning mark sealed his latest win over 7f at Chelmsford (also helped by the reappearance of cheekpieces). Failed to live up to that form tried on turf (all winning form on AW); better last time (AW), should be competitive.

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4
(8)
79-5OR: 68CD
14/1

Has his quirks and looked rather ordinary last time without the blinkers he'd worn the past twice (left off again today). No doubt that he is well weighted on his old form having won a C&D handicap off 5lb higher last September; one to be wary of.

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5
(3)
49-5OR: 68
2/1

Straight back to form last time (sported new headgear; visor/tongue-tie) over 1m at Doncaster looking on a decent mark. His AW form (2-7) looking strong in the context of this race; looks one of the more interesting candidates.

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6
(9)
49-4OR: 67
25/1

Made her stable/handicap debut last time shaping well and suggesting that marks like this won't be beyond her (dropped 3lb for that run). Travelled well on that occasion and did enough to think that she can get involved moving back to 1m.

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7
(5)
49-3OR: 66
20/1

Looks a rather slow burner from a leadings table who needed the run last time and now competes off her lowest mark yet trying 1m for the first time. Should be suited by this trip but others hold more substantial claims.

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8
(7)
89-2OR: 65CD
7/1

C&D winner but one who has a losing run that is starting to look rather extensive despite running with credit in the majority of those losing causes. Ideally suited by a strongly run contest he looks capable of winning off this mark; not discounted.

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9
(12)
49-2OR: 65CD
14/1

Gained his only win so far in a C&D maiden but had been lightly-raced since returning from a long absence recently to run two below-par races. Handicapper noting those performances has relented again but hard to make a cogent case for him.

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10
(2)
49-2OR: 65
50/1

Offered very little (33-1) when making her stable debut (previously with Marco Botti) at Southwell recently (finished last; possibly amiss). 0-14 overall and given her last outing makes limited appeal in this contest.

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11
(11)
49-1OR: 64C
5/1

Only win came over 1m2f around here off a 6lb lower mark when well suited by the way the race panned out (didn't need to improve on previous form). Run at various trips since (failed to stay 1m4f) mostly performing with credit; blinkers return.

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12
(10)
49-1OR: 64
8/1

Gradually working his way into form with this yard (has won a handicap in Ireland off 10lb higher). Last two starts have shown him in a good light especially his fourth last time when not ideally placed; not without a chance.

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Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Tamerlane (2/1), Subliminal (5/1), Pendo (7/1), Militry Decoration (8/1), Ruby Gates (8/1), Full Intention (8/1), Nawar (12/1), Connaught Ranger (14/1), The Warrior (14/1), Angel Islington (20/1), Momentarily (25/1), Flora Tristan (50/1)

Verdict

Hard to ignore quite a few of these and it looks an event that can be called competitive for the grade with TAMERLANE looking to build on his good Doncaster run last time back on the AW still featuring on what looks to be a handy mark. The biggest dangers look to come from Full Intention and Momentarily with the former having shown his best form on synthetic surfaces and the latter having caught the eye last time at Chepstow the handicapper being rather generous dropping her 3lb for that outing. Pendo isn’t a frequent winner but is worth a glance along with Military Decoration who looks well weighted on his Irish form.
  1. Tamerlane
  2. Momentarily
  3. Full Intention

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