17:15 Perth Mon 9 September 2019

  • Benefits For ROA Members At roa.co.uk Standard Open NH Flat Race (Class 4)
  • 2m 47y, Soft
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner£3,165.002nd£935.003rd£468.004th£234.005th£117.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:4m 15.4sOff time:17:16:00
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1
410-12OR:
9/2

Trainer has a 28% strike-rate with bumper runners; this one looks one of the lesser stable lights, only fifth on debut at Sligo (2m2f, good/soft). Won't be a surprise if he takes a step forward from his debut though, has to be respected.

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2
510-12OR:
2/1

Left his debut form well behind when wearing a first-time tongue-tie he was runner-up over C&D in July (left behind by the winner late on). Conditions were very testing on that occasion, will find conditions quicker underfoot this time around.

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3
410-12OR:
16/1

Just the one modest/poor run to his name having offered little on his debut at Roscommon early last month on soft ground. Finished midfield; merely passed beaten horses, would need to show more here to get involved.

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4
610-12OR:
6/1

1-10 in point-to-points finally getting off the mark in that sphere on his tenth start (won a weak contest by 15L). Looked as though he needed the run when finishing fourth on his bumper debut at Downpatrick (went in snatches); needs a test.

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5
410-12OR:
50/1

Hooded for his second putting after showing very little over C&D in April on debut. One of two runners for this yard who have a modest record in bumpers, others present a more compelling case.

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6
510-12OR:
25/1

Showed a little more on his second Irish point-to-point start but still finished last of four to complete (was 5-4 favourite). Looks to be the better of the two runners from this yard but they are only 7-99 in bumpers last five seasons.

7
510-12OR:
66/1

Minor promise in Irish point-to-points (2P45) before being sold for £12,000 to a mainly Flat yard (0-3 in bumpers last five years). Went with little encouragement in his C&D debut last month, finished well beaten by 32.5L in tough conditions.

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8
510-12OR:
13/8

Newcomer; half-brother to four winners, including useful hurdler Gorgeous Sixty; dam ran once on the Flat. Yard always to be respected with their runners in GB (12-76 last five seasons), good record at this venue, jockey booking eye-catching.

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Non-Runners

9
Wild Gypsy Boy124
410-12OR: -
T: Micky HammondJ: A P Cawley

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Carrie Des Champs411-11/4
T: G ElliottJ: R Johnson

Betting

Forecast

Out By Six (13/8), Arakan Quest (2/1), Approve The Move (9/2), Duty Calls (6/1), Wild Gypsy Boy (14/1), Doyen Breed (16/1), Last King Of Wales (25/1), Flutter Down (50/1), Old Jewry (66/1)

Verdict

Five of the nine-strong field that are scheduled to go to post are from Ireland and it won’t be a surprise to see a 1-2-3 from them. Approve The Move could well move forward from his first effort given that his trainer (Gordon Elliott) won this event last year while Arakan Quest has run two creditable races under Rules without setting a top-class standard, his stablemate Duty Calls also showed that he had some modest ability on his Rules debut. OUT BY SIX is an intriguing debutant from a yard with a good record with their bumper runners not only in GB but here at Perth. Brian Hughes has a 5-21 when teaming up with the trainer in bumpers and he’s taken to make a winning debut.
  1. Out By Six
  2. Approve The Move
  3. Arakan Quest

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