17:00 Downpatrick Fri 27 September 2019

  • Down Royal Corporation Of Horse Breeders Flat Race
  • 2m 1f 165y, Good to Yielding
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner€6,000.002nd€2,000.003rd€1,000.004th€500.005th€300.006th€200.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:4m 20.4sOff time:17:00:44
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1
512-0OR:
8/1

Running well in defeat in a couple of British raids on Perth since July. Deserves a change of luck but needs plenty of improvement in this company.

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2
712-0OR:
66/1

Gelding by Resplendent Glory out of a Clantime mare. Brother to winning sprinter Jangala Phoenix. Best watched on debut run here for yard not renowned for bumper winners.

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3
512-0OR:
15/2

Raced in mid-division on debut at Listowel earlier this month before keeping on well for pressure to finish third of seven beaten 4¾L. Plenty of room for improvement.

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4
612-0OR:
4/7

A Kalanisi gelding out of a stoutly-bred mare. Half-brother to bumper winner Ravenhill Road. Not up to the required standard for trainer Stuart Crawford when last seen in April. Likely to be a warm order for high-profile trainer/jockey combination.

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5
712-0OR:
7/2

Gelding by King's Theatre out of a King's Ride. Improving with every run and ran well to finish second of 13 at Bellewstown last month following a 97 day break. Big danger.

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6
512-0OR:
20/1

By Irish Wells a full-brother to Vodka Wells. Second of three runners on debut in a Carlisle bumper in April on sole start for trainer Keith Dalgleish. Market likely to reveal expectation on debut for new connections.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Happy Lad612-05/1
T: H P FineganJ: Mr D O'Connor

Betting

Forecast

Shaws Bridge (4/7), Tecumseh Sherman (7/2), Oscar Montel (15/2), Arakan Quest (8/1), Tonicngin (20/1), Arctic Star (66/1)

Verdict

It's hard to ignore the chances of the Kalanisi gelding SHAWS BRIDGE on debut for the trainer/jockey combination of Gordon Elliott and Jamie Codd. The six-year-old failed to hit the right note for trainer Stuart Crawford but can be expected to go well for new connections at the expense of the Patrick Martin-trained, Tecumseh Sherman, promising second of 13 at Bellewstown last month and the already consistent, five-year-old, Arakan Quest. Any market move in the closer for the Gavin Cromwell-trained Tonicngin should be noted.
  1. Shaws Bridge
  2. Tecumseh Sherman
  3. Arakan Quest

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