19:00 Kempton Wed 19 February 2020

  • 100% Profit Boost At 32RedSport.com Fillies' Handicap (Class 5)
  • 1m 3f 219y, Standard / Slow
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£3,752.002nd£1,116.003rd£558.004th£400.005th£400.006th£400.007th£400.008th£400.00
  • Surface: Polytrack
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Winning time:2m 37.32sOff time:19:01:05
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49-9OR: 75CD

In fine form this winter and clearly still progressing. Hat-trick bid at Lingfield came up just short when last seen in December but another bold bid looks assured.

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59-7OR: 71D

Best effort since maiden success at Wolverhampton latest when third of 13 runners. Not necessarily quite as good on this surface however.

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J Gayep118
49-6OR: 72

Maiden but second in last three starts and beaten by a nose over C&D latest. Only 1lb higher here so bold bid again expected, perhaps cheek-pieces can get her over the line.

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69-5OR: 69C

C&D winner who is on an attractive mark after a 14-race losing run. Definite signs that she's on the way back and second to a good winner last time certainly brings her into the equation here.

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49-3OR: 69BF

Beautifully bred daughter of Sea The Stars placed four times in five races and surely sooner rather than later the champion trainer will get her over the line; very easily be today.

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49-3OR: 69

Twice placed in novice company but only fifth on handicap debut at Wolverhampton. Gets 4lb back for that but others preferred.

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49-2OR: 68

Scored back-to-back AW wins for previous handler Owen Burrows before 4L fourth of eight here on stable debut. Handicap still must be proven to be within range.

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J Gaye (11/4), Finespun (7/2), Guroor (4/1), Cuillin (6/1), Voi (8/1), Regal Lilly (10/1), Hindaam (12/1)


Quite a competitive little race with plenty of positive form on offer. With little between the principles the vote goes to FINESPUN whose pedigree and connections are that of a horse expected to be considerably better than this level; she is still learning the game at this stage. There are dangers aplenty and very much in-form Guroor looks chief among them although J Gaye is also a big threat having gone down by the minimum margin latest.
  1. Finespun
  2. Guroor
  3. J Gaye

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