18:45 Dundalk Fri 15 November 2019

  • Winter Series At Dundalk 2020 Handicap
  • 1m 2f 150y, Standard
  • 14 Runners
  • Winner€10,200.002nd€3,400.003rd€1,701.004th€850.005th€509.006th€340.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:2m 15.43sOff time:18:45:22
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1
(1)
310-1OR: 96C
20/1

Boasts a win and a place from six starts at this venue. Recently seen tailing off in a Down Royal 2m½f hurdle on soft ground earlier this month. Needs a few to falter.

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2
(9)
39-12OR: 93
4/1

Posted a season best effort when finishing fourth of 14 beaten 1¾L behind Heliac over C&D, his first start on the surface. Positives outweigh the negatives in this contest.

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3
(6)
59-8OR: 86
11/2

Another in the field to make his polytrack debut over C&D last month finishing 1½L behind Heliac. Will be able to get a nice sit from stall six and open to plenty of improvement.

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4
(16)
59-6OR: 84CD
16/1

Eye-catching returns of three wins at the track proceeding to hit the frame on a further four occasions. Winner over C&D and not to be taken lightly here.

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5
(11)
39-5OR: 86
16/1

Has not progressed in five starts on turf since winning a Curragh maiden in August last year. Lightly-raced colt possibly best watched on polytrack debut.

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6
(4)
39-5OR: 86CD
16/1

Posted a career best effort when landing a claiming contest over C&D on final start for trainer Ger Lyons last month before finishing fourth of 11 beaten 1½L when stepped up in trip earlier this month. Claims back over this trip in first-time hood.

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7
(12)
49-4OR: 82
16/1

Sole win gained in 2017 and out of her depth in Listed class at Cork and Limerick last month. Well held on latest start in a Leopardstown 1m4f handicap and best watched on polytrack debut.

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8
(3)
39-2OR: 83C
9/2

Solid returns running at this venue hitting the frame on three of his six starts including a couple of victories. Could be of interest stepping up to this trip for the first time.

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9
(10)
69-2OR: 80CD
14/1

A solid record of two wins and a place from 10 starts over C&D give the gelding a clear and obvious chance of grabbing a place running 4lb higher than last winning mark.

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10
(7)
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48-13OR: 77CD
6/1

Daughter of Lord Shanakill sending out mixed messages in a number of starts on turf over the summer. Boasts a solid record over C&D and improved effort on return to this surface would not surprise.

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11
(13)
48-13OR: 77
33/1

Not disgraced in three starts at the track since September. Runs over this trip for the first time here and worth a market check as post time approaches.

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12
(8)
48-10OR: 74C
25/1

Winner of a couple of starts at this track and has two place efforts to his name from three efforts over C&D. Strong place claims if things fall right.

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13
(15)
38-10OR: 77
16/1

Running well in defeat in a number of starts at this venue over a variety of trips. Possibly best watched on first start over this distance.

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14
(14)
38-9OR: 76
13/2

Improved on first run at the track when finishing second of 14 beaten ½L over C&D late last month. More than capable of a big run.

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Non-Runners

15
(5)
Signing Off34
48-4OR: 68
T: N C KellyJ: Reserve 1
16
(2)
Futurum Regem20
38-4OR: 68
T: H P FineganJ: Reserve 2

Last Year's Winner

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7Massif Central49-123/1
T: M HalfordJ: C T Keane

Betting

Forecast

Bold Approach (4/1), Sky Seven (9/2), Charcor (11/2), Ciao (6/1), Golden Valour (13/2), Spruce Meadows (14/1), Breaking Story (16/1), Malbas (16/1), Shekiba (16/1), Major Reward (16/1), Miss Snossyboots (16/1), Colfer Me (20/1), Chaparral Dream (25/1), Persian Lion (33/1), Futurum Regem (50/1), Signing Off (50/1)

Verdict

The Jessica Harrington-trained CHARCOR can get off the mark for connections at the second attempt running at this venue following a solid effort last month over C&D finishing third of 14 behind Heliac. The gelding may well dispute the lead under jockey Shane Foley as the five-year-old holds off the attentions of Major Reward in a first-time hood for trainer Denis Hogan and Golden Valour who ran Lachet to ½L over C&D late last month off a 3lb lower mark. The running styles of course winner, Chaparral Dream and C&D victor, Ciao make them viable each-way considerations.
  1. Charcor
  2. Major Reward
  3. Golden Valour

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