13:15 Bangor-on-Dee Wed 13 November 2019

  • Masterstroke & Scalo Yorton Stallions Mares' Novices' Chase (Listed) (Class 1)
  • 2m 1f 77y, Heavy
  • 4 Runners
  • Winner£14,238.002nd£5,342.003rd£2,675.004th£1,332.005th£670.006th£335.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:4m 43.28sOff time:13:16:01
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1
611-0OR:
4/7

Irish mare smart over hurdles and off the mark at the third time of asking over fences when wining by over 50L at Thurles last time (2m4½f). Goes on all ground and interesting as only stables 10th runner in the UK in five seasons (no wins).

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2
711-0OR: 132
9/4

Won her first four starts including a Sandown Grade 2 before finding Grade 1 company at Newbury and Cheltenham too tough a nut to crack. First start over fences today but impressed in her only point and will relish the ground so has to be respected.

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3
611-0OR: 132CD
8/1

Dual hurdles scorer but was 11 places and over 50L behind Agusta Gold at Cheltenham late on last season and with that rival having already won over fences reversal today would seem unlikely.

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4
711-0OR: 111CD
50/1

Rated over 20lb inferior to all of her three rivals despite winning three of her last four over hurdles. Changed stables since last seen but a liking for the course and today's conditions may see her outrun likely big odds. First-time tongue-tie on.

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Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Maria's Benefit611-02/5
T: Stuart EdmundsJ: C Gethings

Betting

Forecast

Agusta Gold (4/7), Alsa Mix (9/4), Chilli Filli (8/1), The Crazed Moon (50/1)

Verdict

There is just 1lb between the top three on official ratings but the most likely winner has to be AGUSTA GOLD as the only runner with previous chase experience especially considering all three of her rivals are having their first start of the season. Mags Mullins' mare was very useful over hurdles and impressed with her jumping at Thurles three weeks ago. Alsa Mix looks the biggest danger, this lightly raced seven-year-old was a Grade 2 winner last season. Her point-to-point background is a bonus now tackling fences for the first time and she is preferred to Chilli Filli.
  1. Agusta Gold
  2. Alsa Mix
  3. Chilli Filli

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