17:15 Navan Sat 28 September 2019

  • Navan Racecourse (Pro/Am) Flat Race
  • 2m, Good
  • 18 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:3m 50.8sOff time:17:15:02
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512-0OR:
11/1

Perhaps a shade disappointing at Kilbeggan latest after running so well to be second at Cork earlier. Still has achieved some of the best form here in three starts and he should be involved where it matters.

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2
512-0OR:
50/1

Weakened into eighth on debut at Clonmel three weeks ago and for all he will have learnt plenty there he's best watched here.

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3
512-0OR:
10/1

Vocalised newcomer half-brother to two winners, one over hurdles. Yard do exceptionally well in such contests so has to be considered on debut.

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4
612-0OR:
5/1

Outclassed by top-drawer bumper performer Blackbow but second on his other two starts, most recently after 21 months off the track at Listowel. Surely improve for that outing and rates a leading player.

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5
512-0OR:
1/1

Dual point scorer bought for £52,000 after latest success in the spring. Joined top yard who excel with such buys and has to be respected here.

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6
512-0OR:
50/1

No factor in three career starts and will again be a huge price here.

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7
50/1

Half-brother to useful sort Bally Longford and another winner in bumpers but probably best watched here for yard which don't often feature in bumpers.

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8
411-10OR:
50/1

Tailed off last of 18 when debuting at Punchestown in June; can only be watched after that.

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9
411-10OR:
8/1

Once raced son of little used sire Elliot ran a cracker when second of 12 on debut at Clonmel earlier this month. Can't be ruled out on the back of that and there ought to be more to come.

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10
411-10OR:
16/1

Sulamani gelding was beaten 18L when seventh of 20 at Punchestown on debut back in May. Can improve now but will need to be by plenty to place.

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11
411-10OR:
25/1

Mores Wells gelding ran well for a while before fading into sixth eight days ago at Ballinrobe. Should improve so can hunt for some place prize money here.

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12
511-7OR:
50/1

Finished last out of those who completed on rules debut in a Southwell bumper in April and ran out when in front next at Ballinrobe in July. May have untapped potential.

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14
511-7OR:
33/1

Newcomer by Finsceal Fior out of an unraced dam makes little appeal for yard with one bumper winner in last five seasons.

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15
511-7OR:
12/1

Mare bought out of a Courtown point-to-point win is related to several winners and one to monitor in the market now under rules.

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16
511-7OR:
25/1

Flat-bred newcomer by Rock Of Gibraltar out of a prolific Flat winning mare. Market can guide on debut.

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17
411-3OR:
20/1

Daughter of Gamut not disgraced when fourth in a 2m3½f bumper at Kilbeggan. Should fare similarly well here and not dismissed.

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18
411-3OR:
50/1

By Fame and Glory out of an unraced but very stoutly bred dam so may be one for further down the line over staying trips.

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19
411-3OR:
33/1

Retained by her vendor at auction, this filly by Dylan Thomas out of an unraced dam is probably best watched wearing the hood on debut.

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It Takes Time43
511-7OR: -
T: Matthew J SmithJ: Mr K M Smith

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Betting

Forecast

Golden Nomad (1/1), Gold Speed (5/1), Dads Lad (8/1), Bombay Blue (10/1), Barnet Brook (11/1), Moonlit Wings (12/1), It Takes Time (14/1), Siberian Star (16/1), Annual Flavour (20/1), Taste The Fear (25/1), Wiggles (25/1), Serpolette (33/1), Madaboutmadde (33/1), Future Glory (50/1), Mick Mixy (50/1), Beautiful Drama (50/1), Big Boy Bloater (50/1), Whitequarryroad (50/1), Art Of The Deal (50/1)

Verdict

Following Gordon Elliott and Jamie Codd in such contests is usually a good way to go and the pair's point-to-point recruit GOLDEN NOMAD is preferred to twice second Gold Speed who does have the best bumper form. Also considered is Dads Lad who ran really well on debut when second.
  1. Golden Nomad
  2. Gold Speed
  3. Dads Lad

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