15:35 Beverley Wed 18 September 2019

  • Chris And Sarah Burrows Handicap (Class 4)
  • 1m 4f 23y, Good to Firm
  • 4 Runners
  • Winner£6,474.002nd£1,939.003rd£969.004th£485.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:2m 36.95sOff time:15:35:16
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39-7OR: 82D

Has underachieved since winning at Chester (1m4f, good to firm) in June and arrives with plenty of questions to answer; speaking more positively, she returns to her last winning mark (82) and that's certainly considered helpful.

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59-6OR: 74CD

C&D winner last August; driven right out to fend off Firewater at Pontefract (1m2f, good) on his penultimate start; travelled smoothly off his revised mark (4lb higher) here latest until emptying quickly inside the final furlong.

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39-2OR: 77C

Appreciates hearing his hooves rattle, and was recording a third win for the calendar year when beating First Response by ½L here (1m2f, good to firm) on his penultimate start; 3lb higher; far from guaranteed to stay this extra yardage.

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58-12OR: 66CD

4lb higher than when profiting from a excellent Ben Sanderson ride to beat Bigbadboy by ½L here (1m2f, good) in June; in fair shape since; bumped into a progressive rival latest when his stamina was stretched over 2m; realistic chance.

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Arctic Ocean55
39-5OR: 80
T: Sir Michael StouteJ: Non Runner

Last Year's Winner

2Matewan38-611/4Full Result
T: Ian WilliamsJ: P Mathers



Arctic Ocean (11/10), Five Helmets (6/5), Regal Mirage (9/4), Cape Islay (7/2), Zihaam (8/1)


A tricky handicap in which the vast majority have a chance of sorts, although some also have a few questions to answer, namely Cape Islay (form) and Five Helmets (trip). Historically, Zihaam has run consistently on the Westwood, and there's no denying that he faced a difficult task against a progressive rival (Platform Nineteen) over 2m here latest, while Regal Mirage is also effective here. However, off a short break the preferred option is the Sir Michael Stoute-trained ARCTIC OCEAN. Undeniably she requires a career best performance off her current mark, but probably wasn't suited by the run of the race when seeking the hat-trick at Doncaster in July.
  1. Arctic Ocean
  2. Zihaam
  3. Regal Mirage

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