14:10 Haydock Fri 19 July 2019

  • racingtv.com Handicap (Class 5)
  • 1m 2f 42y, Good
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner£4,852.002nd£1,444.003rd£722.004th£361.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:2m 12.2sOff time:14:11:46
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1
(7)
39-8OR: 76
9/1

Hasn't progressed since some promising runs at the start of the season and has been a well-beaten in last two starts, including when last of seven at Chester (1m2f, good). Major revival required from out of the handicap.

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2
(8)
39-7OR: 75D
25/1

Two-time winner in France, including at Chantilly (1m2f) on his penultimate start before finishing a creditable third in 1m2f Longchamp handicap. Notable if there is betting support on stable/british debut.

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3
(6)
39-6OR: 74
18/1

Form went slightly wayward after 7f Redcar maiden victory last season but made encouraging start to life in handicaps when 2L fourth at that venue (1m2f, good to soft). Dropped 1lb for that effort and has each-way claims.

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4
(1)
39-6OR: 74
10/1

Disappointing in three starts to date, most recently when 5L third in Pontefract maiden (1m2f, good to firm) in May. Off since and has been gelded in bid to spark improvement but more needed on handicap debut.

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5
(4)
39-5OR: 73BF
5/1

Put disappointing Beverley run behind him when second in 1m Bath handicap nine days ago. Off the same mark and likely to appreciate the step up in trip but may want some ease in the ground. Solid claims.

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6
(2)
39-4OR: 72C
8/1

Course winner last year over 1m but out of sorts this season. Tailed off on last two starts, including over C&D, and while this is an easier contest she still has to prove her stamina. Others preferred.

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7
(5)
Deebeet128
39-2OR: 70
7/1

Progression has stalled since switching to handicap company and was only sixth of eight in 1m2f Newmarket handicap last time. Dropped to career low mark though and has a chance in an easier contest.

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8
(3)
39-1OR: 69BFD
5/4

Has thrived since being gelded during the winter, winning 1m2f Goodwood handicap before narrow second of nine at Sandown (1m2f, good to firm) on latest start. Drops a grade in class and is still progressing. Leading contender.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
4Black Lotus39-03/1Full Result
T: C F WallJ: W Buick

Betting

Forecast

Dreamweaver (5/4), Creek Island (5/1), Deebee (7/1), Lola's Theme (8/1), Guildhall (9/1), Global Express (10/1), Ride The Monkey (18/1), Balgees Time (25/1)

Verdict

Very few seem to be well handicapped for this but DREAMWEAVER shaped well in a higher grade on his latest start and is the preference to follow up that performance off a lenient mark and could make his presence felt beyond this grade later on in the season. On the pick of her French form Balgees Time has the scope to run well in this level and cannot be underestimated, while Ride The Monkey wasn't disgraced on his handicap debut and may be beginning to turn his form around.
  1. Dreamweaver
  2. Balgees Time
  3. Ride The Monkey

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Military March

F: 1

T: S bin Suroor

Emissary

F: -

T: H Palmer

Quadrilateral

F: 11

T: R Charlton

Max Vega

F: 21

T: R M Beckett

Hamish

F: 2131

T: W J Haggas