17:00 Ffos Las Sun 15 September 2019

  • Jo-Jo Smith Memorial Handicap (Class 4)
  • 2m, Good (Good to Soft in places)
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£5,208.002nd£1,550.003rd£774.004th£400.005th£400.006th£400.007th£400.008th£400.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:3m 37.8sOff time:17:01:00
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1
(3)
410-4OR: 86
15/2

Gets a welcome drop in class following two well beaten efforts in tough handicaps. Just one win came as a two-year-old but he's been highly tried since then and never raced in a grade this low. His form in better races this term would see a big run.

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2
(5)
410-0OR: 82D
4/1

Shown improved form winning back-to-back races at Nottingham and then first try at two miles at Goodwood. Improved again when second at Haydock and has conditions to suit again off 4lb higher. Has plenty more to offer,

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3
(1)
49-4OR: 72
20/1

Broke through on handicap debut over 1m6f at Nottingham but very disappointing in two poor runs since, Needs to bounce back at first try at two miles.

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4
(4)
49-2OR: 70D
11/1

Proving remarkably consistent and has paid the price for that with the handicapper which has arguably limited him to just two wins. Goes on any ground and highly likely to go close again.

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5
(7)
89-1OR: 69
25/1

Hasn't been far away in three of his last four runs and enjoys some cut in the ground. Disappointed on his last try at this trip and his latest run over 1m6f didn't suggest he'll benefit for it.

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6
(2)
38-13OR: 78
5/2

On a hat-trick and a winner of three of four since going handicapping. Progressive, up in class and also up in distance. Hit the line last time as though this distance will only suit and a likely challenger off 4lb higher.

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7
(6)
38-9OR: 74C
11/8

Things have really clicked since switching to this track and on a hat-trick following wins over 1m4f and 1m6f. Up another 8lb and significantly in class but has been winning with loads in hand. Obvious challenger.

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Non-Runners

8
(8)
Road To Paris25
38-4OR: 69
T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: Non Runner

Last Year's Winner

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4Altra Vita38-49/4Full Result
T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: L Morris

Betting

Forecast

Tigerskin (11/8), Cambric (5/2), Nuits St Georges (4/1), Road To Paris (4/1), Blue Laureate (15/2), General Zoff (11/1), Goscote (20/1), Marengo (25/1)

Verdict

A competitive affair. Tigerskin is flying at present and could easily be up to landing a hat-trick in the style he's been winning. Likewise Cambric has won her last two and is also a three-year-old who has plenty to offer over this distance for the first time. Nuits St Georges is another very progressive type who has his ideal conditions while General Zoff is so reliable that he's hard to rule out. BLUE LAUREATE finally gets a drop in class and with cheekpieces added, he is primed for a big run on his best form from this campaign in better races.
  1. Blue Laureate
  2. Tigerskin
  3. Nuits St Georges

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