15:25 Sandown Wed 18 September 2019

  • Chasemore Farm Fortune Stakes (Listed) (Class 1)
  • 1m, Good (Good to Firm in places)
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner£22,684.002nd£8,600.003rd£4,304.004th£2,144.005th£1,076.006th£540.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 42.6sOff time:15:25:49
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1
(2)
69-4OR: 116D
12/1

Top-class performer in South Africa for Dean Kannemeyer, although not seen since finishing best to be second in the Grade 1 Sun Met at Kenilworth in January 2018. Market will guide on debut for powerful new yard.

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2
(5)
59-4OR: 106D
11/2

Highly tried after winning on 2-y-o debut, but took advantage of a reduced mark when winning easily on his return at Nottingham. Ran at least as well when 3¾L fifth of 18 to What's The Story at York (1m) last time, but more required up in class now.

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3
(6)
49-4OR: 112D
4/1

Runner-upo in the Group 1 Jebel Hatta at Meydan in March, but not seen since running poorly in Dubai Turf there on World Cup night. Has the class to bounce back, and absence not a negative with yard's runners.

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4
(1)
39-0OR: 115D
11/4

Shaped with promise on both starts as a juvenile and won on return at Nottingham in April. Ran the race of his life when runner-up in the 2000 Guineas in May. Well entered up this autumn, but entitled to be a bit rusty after a 4½-month absence.

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5
(4)
39-0OR:
12/1

Superbly-bred colt has not been seen since disappointing in Listed company at Deauville in October, and missed his intended return with an infected foot. Pedigree alone makes him interesting, though, and he still holds a couple of Group 1 entries.

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(3)
39-0OR: 112D
7/4

Runner-up in Britannia Stakes at Royal Ascot, and showed improved form when second of 6 to Duke of Hazzard in Celebration Mile at Goodwood last time. Drops in class now, and holds solid claims if repeating that.

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Last Year's Winner

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7Wadilsafa39-04/6Full Result
T: Owen BurrowsJ: Jim Crowley

Betting

Forecast

Turgenev (7/4), King Of Change (11/4), Wootton (4/1), Silver Line (11/2), Prince Eiji (12/1), Last Winter (12/1)

Verdict

King of Change has the standout form in the book, but he evidently had a very hard race in the Guineas, and may just need this comeback. If so then TURGENEV is the one to beat on his latest second in the Celebration Mile, although Wootton could easily bounce back from a poor run in Dubai after having a break of his own.
  1. Turgenev
  2. King Of Change
  3. Wootton

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