17:30 Dundalk Fri 14 February 2020

  • Crowne Plaza Dundalk Race & Stay Handicap
  • 6f, Standard
  • 13 Runners
  • Winner€6,600.002nd€2,200.003rd€1,100.004th€550.005th€330.006th€219.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:1m 13.94sOff time:17:31:53
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1
(14)
39-10OR: 68
12/1

Son of Street Boss out of a Dixieland Band mare. Promise shown in a couple of starts at this venue since December over 5f and 7f. Tries 6f on polytrack for the first time on handicap debut.

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2
(8)
39-10OR: 68
10/1

Well held in a number of starts on turf since his debut in August. Plenty to prove on handicap and polytrack debut.

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3
(5)
39-9OR: 67C
8/1

Off the mark for connections at the third time of asking when landing a 5f contest at this track when last seen in November. Merits plenty of respect on handicap debut on return to action here.

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4
(13)
39-6OR: 64
6/1

Cable Bay filly out of a Dubawi mare. Not disgraced in three career starts over 5f before a career best effort over C&D at the beginning of the year. Makes more appeal than most in first-time cheekpieces.

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5
(16)
39-6OR: 64C
5/2

Completed a double when victorious by 3¾L in a handicap at Wolverhampton last month. Raised 9lb for that victory and looks likely to be playing a leading role once more.

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6
(6)
39-4OR: 62
33/1

Epaulette gelding. Dam was a winner up to 1m and is related to useful performers, including former Royal Ascot winner Forgotten Hero. Nothing of note in three maiden so far and unlikely to be troubling the judge on handicap debut.

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8
(10)
7/1

Starting to get the hang of things it appears with vast improvement acknowledge in his last couple of starts round here. Could benefit from yet another drop in trip.

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9
(3)
39-2OR: 60
7/1

Excelebration filly. Failed to build on an encouraging handicap debut at this venue over 7f when last seen in December. Not to be taken lightly in first-time visor.

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10
(12)
39-2OR: 60
20/1

Mixed bag so far in seven career starts so far. Left with plenty to prove following a couple of wretched efforts at this venue since October. First time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.

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11
(17)
39-0OR: 58
40/1

Gelding by Requinto out of a Moss Vale mare. Dam placed between 5f-7f on the AW. No realistic chance on what he has shown so far in three wretched efforts.

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12
(1)
39-0OR: 58
50/1

Nothing of note in three career starts to date including a 12L defeat over 7f at this track last month. Hard to entertain her chances on handicap debut.

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13
(11)
39-0OR: 58
12/1

Put a number of laboured efforts behind her when getting off the mark at the fifth attempt when landing a Curragh 1m handicap before a dismal effort in a Galway 7f handicap when last seen in October. Requires a check in the market on stable debut.

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14
(4)
39-0OR: 58
10/1

Produced a career best effort to finish fifth of eight beaten 2½L in a 5f handicap at this track when last seen in October. Others more persuasive as the colt makes his return.

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Non-Runners

7
(7)
Kerry Blue56
39-4OR: 62
T: L ComerJ: G M Ryan
15
(9)
Via Veneto28
38-10OR: 54
T: D MurphyJ: Reserve 1
16
(15)
Sebs Star86
38-8OR: 52
T: J M OxxJ: Reserve 2
17
(2)
Tommy The Hat28
38-4OR: 48
T: D BroadJ: Reserve 3

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
9Togoville98-1333/1Full Result
T: Anthony McCannJ: A J Slattery

Betting

Forecast

Eglish (5/2), Chanell Eclipse (6/1), Sebs Star (6/1), Lady Zell (7/1), Absolute One Right (7/1), Sampers Seven (8/1), Settle Me Down (10/1), Seven Worlds (10/1), Red Valley (12/1), Scholastic (12/1), Talking Tough (20/1), Kerry Blue (20/1), Accessory (33/1), Via Veneto (33/1), Tommy The Hat (33/1), Lequinto (40/1), My Lucky Penny (50/1)

Verdict

With the Ado McGuinness-trained Eglish possibly inconvenienced by a negative draw it could open the way for the Mick Halford-trained SAMPERS SEVEN to win at the track for the second time. The daughter of Anjal can get the better of the Fozzy Stack-trained Chanell Eclipse under jockey Chris Hayes, building on a solid run over C&D early last month. Seven Worlds could go well at a price on polytrack debut.
  1. Sampers Seven
  2. Chanell Eclipse
  3. Eglish

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