13:40 Brighton Mon 16 September 2019

  • Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 Handicap (Class 4)
  • 5f 215y, Good to Firm (Good in Places (Watered))
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£5,208.002nd£1,550.003rd£774.004th£387.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 10.36sOff time:13:40:09
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1
(4)
69-8OR: 79C
5/1

All previous wins at 7f but copes with this shorter trip and gets bonus points for effectiveness at this course; dangerous to underestimate even though he needs to post a personal best effort over the distance.

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2
(7)
49-7OR: 78D
6/1

Done well since joining his current yard and, given that he's got a proven liking for switchback track at Epsom, the nature of this course isn't so daunting. Responds well for the jockey, so good reason to expect a bold bid.

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3
(5)
39-5OR: 78C
3/1

Won over the extended 5f here in June but held in three starts since. However, they were tougher races and this ease in grade (from a Class 2 handicap last time) is in his favour. Nicholls Jnr. has proved to be well worth her 3lb claim; shortlisted.

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4
(1)
69-4OR: 75
40/1

Never won over this trip and form of his three starts since returning from a break leaves a bit to be desired. Not particularly well handicapped given his dip in form, too.

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5
(3)
39-3OR: 76CD
12/1

Kept busy since her C&D win last month -from a 2lb lower mark - but she's found it tough going recently. She's won a third of all starts for her current yard but needs to bounce back from three lacklustre performances.

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6
(2)
39-2OR: 75
9/4

Held in three starts since being gelded and has form to reverse with Alicia Darcey if he's going to get off the mark in a handicap (won a novices stakes on the AW last September but no joy since). Wasn't beaten far from this mark last time, though.

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(6)
99-2OR: 73CD
11/2

Broke the record for the number of wins at the track with his tenth success here last time out; and the drop back to 6f holds no fears. Still well treated in comparison to old form but he's another one who has C&D form to reverse with Alicia Darcy.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
8Arcanista58-106/1Full Result
T: C A DwyerJ: Lewis Edmunds

Betting

Forecast

Motagally (9/4), Whataguy (3/1), Mamillius (5/1), Pour La Victoire (11/2), Harrogate (6/1), Alicia Darcy (12/1), In The Red (40/1)

Verdict

WHATAGUY is likely to appreciate this ease in grade and, with the rider's 3lb assisting at the weights, the gelding has solid claims in this company. Alicia Darcy already holds a couple of these and has to be considered as a live danger if she can bounce back to form, while Mamillius and Pour La Victoire both have an affinity with this course (especially the latter), so cannot be ruled out either. Harrogate can also play a part if he handles the track.
  1. Whataguy
  2. Alicia Darcy
  3. Mamillius

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