16:30 Newton Abbot Mon 9 September 2019

  • PKF Francis Clark Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Chase (Class 5)
  • 3m 1f 170y, Good to Soft
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£4,809.002nd£1,412.003rd£706.004th£353.005th£350.006th£350.007th£350.008th£350.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:6m 53.8sOff time:16:31:17
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1
912-1OR: 102D
7/1

Returned from a break with an impressive 13L victory over in a handicap chase over an extended 3m3f at Stratford (good) last month. Raised 12lb for that victory and another bold show looks likely.

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3
511-10OR: 97BF
5/2

Decent third in a novices' handicap chase over this C&D on good going last time out. Races off a 1lb lower mark here and is an interesting runner in this contest.

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4
711-7OR: 94
5/4

17 race maiden ran well when finishing runner-up over C&D on good ground last time out. Returning from a break that day and is one to note with a visor worn for the first time on this occasion.

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6
Quintop,t22
910-13OR: 86CD
16/1

C&D winner on good ground off a 3lb lower mark in May. Failed to figure in two starts since returning from a break however and is probably best watched at present.

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7
1010-0OR: 70CD
4/1

C&D winner in the past and has run well on his last two starts including when 6¾L third over C&D on good-to-soft ground last month. Interesting to see how he fares racing from out of the handicap.

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Non-Runners

2
Charlie Mon18
1011-12OR: 99
T: Miss C DysonJ: Charlie Hammond
5
Invincible Don1
1111-5OR: 85
T: S DurackJ: Lorcan Williams

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Bermeo710-63/1
T: J FarrellyJ: Rex Dingle

Betting

Forecast

Midnight Magic (5/4), Game Line (5/2), Culm Counsellor (4/1), Invincible Don (5/1), Royals And Rebels (7/1), Quinto (16/1), Charlie Mon (20/1)

Verdict

MIDNIGHT MAGIC represents a good yard and having placed on his seasonal debut last time out he looks capable of going one place better than when runner-up that day in this conditional jockeys event. The selection can see off Game Line who is the youngest horse in the field and remains open to improvement having finished third last time out while Royals And Rebels who carries top weight on this occasion can follow up a last time out victory with a third in this contest.
  1. Game Line
  2. Game Line
  3. Royals And Rebels

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