16:00 Catterick Wed 10 July 2019

  • racingtv.com Handicap (For The Turmeric Challenge Trophy) (Class 4)
  • 1m 7f 189y, Good to Firm (Good in places)
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£6,728.002nd£2,002.003rd£1,000.004th£500.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:3m 27.92sOff time:16:00:44
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1
(1)
910-0OR: 84CD
14/1

Kept on strongly to win by 8L on his only previous visit to Catterick (C&D) in October 2014; marginally below-par since beating the subsequent triple winner (inc Northumberland Vase) Carnwennan by ¾L at Doncaster (2m) in April.

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2
(4)
49-12OR: 82C
7/1

Progressed through the ranks last summer with three wins, including when beating Di Alta by 2½L over 1m6f here (good) in September; 6lb higher and the Prescott string are yet to really fire so far in 2019.

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(6)
49-8OR: 78D
6/1

Remains a maiden on turf (0-4) but has shown natural progression on the AW; 8lb higher than when beating Remember The Man by a decisive 4L at Chelmsford (2m) three weeks ago; a new PB is required in this contest.

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4
(7)
79-0OR: 70D
16/1

Consistent throughout July and August in 2018 (212210) and 3lb lower than when beaten a neck by Airton in this race 12 months ago; below-par so far in 2019, including when well beaten by Handiwork at Doncaster in April; better handicapped now.

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(2)
38-10OR: 83BF
5/1

A typical Mark Johnston improver who has won three of his last six starts, rising a combined total of 19lb in the handicap (Class 6 to Class 4); 3lb higher than when beating Prefontaine by a neck at Sandown (1m6f) in May.

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(5)
48-9OR: 54D
10/11

Capable hurdler (125-rated); has been a central plank in the excellent recent run of form for the County Meath handler Gavin Cromwell; has won twice already in Scotland this month, including at Ayr (1m5f) on Monday; carries a 10lb penalty.

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Non-Runners

5
(3)
Burn Some Dust26
48-13OR: 69
T: B EllisonJ: Ben Robinson

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
3Airton59-914/1Full Result
T: J D BethellJ: P J McDonald

Betting

Forecast

Lever Du Soleil (10/11), Burn Some Dust (9/2), Lord Lamington (5/1), Jumping Cats (6/1), Trouble And Strife (7/1), Handiwork (14/1), Stormin Tom (16/1)

Verdict

Gavin Cromwell has never saddled a Catterick runner (Flat or Jumps) but with his yard operating a 30% plus strike-rate over the past fortnight, he continues to strike while the iron is hot by sending runners the length and breadth of Great Britain. His representative Lever Du Soleil is clearly well handicapped and should be afforded maximum respect after landing the odds at Ayr on Monday (carries a 10lb penalty). However, in the feature race of the afternoon the top-weighted HANDIWORK gets the nod. He sluiced up on his only previous visit to this track (October 2014) and his April Doncaster win has been well advertised since by the thriving Carnwennan.
  1. Handiwork
  2. Lever Du Soleil
  3. Jumping Cats

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