17:55 Southwell Wed 16 October 2019

  • Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 Maiden Stakes (Class 5)
  • 7f 14y, Standard
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£3,429.002nd£1,020.003rd£510.004th£255.00
  • Surface: Fibresand
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Weighed In

Winning time:1m 28.22sOff time:17:56:54
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(1)
29-5OR: 82BF
11/10

Showed promise at Newbury (6f+) early/mid season, including when beaten 2¾L by Mottrib (on soft); less effective on a sound surface at Doncaster latest (103 days ago); half-brother to a Tapeta winner (Swiss Belle); sets the form standard.

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2
(3)
29-5OR: 81
11/10

Consistent during a six-race career to date (often placed); always towards the fore when worried out of it close home by Cheat at Kempton (7f) six weeks ago -demoted to third; realistic contender on Fibresand debut.

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(2)
29-5OR:
11/1

€19,000 foal; £26,000 yearling; tenth foal; half-brother to six winners, including Exning Hall (1m1f+) and Reiffa (5f); should handle this Fibresand surface and carries the well known silks of The Horse Watchers; market a helpful guide.

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(4)
29-5OR:
25/1

Half-brother to a couple of winners, including the versatile hurdler Lethal Steps; low-key in two starts to date (over 1m at Sandown and Brighton); must take a major leap forward on AW debut; rates as an unlikely candidate.

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(5)
29-0OR:
33/1

Canford Cliffs filly who is likely to need further (1m2f-1m4f) with time; finished a comfortably held eighth of 11 in a reasonably competitive fillies' novice at Chelmsford (7f) a fortnight ago.

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Betting

Forecast

Baadirr (11/10), Born To Destroy (11/10), Bulldozer (11/1), Fear Naught (25/1), Escalade (33/1)

Verdict

Baadirr sets the form standard and with experience of racing on soft ground previously should easily take to the Fibresand surface. However, Baadirr is returning from a 103-day absence and has stamina to definitively prove at 7f, so the Richard Spencer-trained BORN TO DESTROY provides the 'risk-free' alternative. This consistent Camacho colt deserves to break the maiden tag sooner rather than later.
  1. Born To Destroy
  2. Baadirr
  3. Escalade

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