21:00 Newbury

Thursday 29 June 2017

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    Pump Technology Apprentice Handicap

  • 4YO plus  |   Class 5  |   1m 3f  |   Good to Firm (Good in places)  |   11 Runners  |   Turf
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 21:01  |   Winning time: 2m 23.85s
1st
Horse silk
7
(14)
11/2
T: E WalkerJ: Jenny Powell
Made all, kept on gamely final furlong op 6/1
2nd
Horse silk
1 ¼
6
(3)
14/1
T: A KingJ: Patrick Pilley
Chased leaders, went 2nd inside final furlong, kept on, not pace to reach winner op 10/1 tchd 16/1
3rd
Horse silk
2 ½
9
(13)
5/1
T: K O Cunningham-BrownJ: Joshua Bryan (3)
Held up in mid-division, smooth headway tracking leaders over 2f out, 2nd over 1f out until inside final furlong, kept on same pace in 3rd op 9/2
4th
Horse silk
2 ½
4
(2)
9/2
T: R A TealJ: Rossa Ryan (5)
Slowly into stride, soon mid-division on inside, headway chasing leaders halfway, pushed along and every chance 2f out, ridden and hung left over 1f out, no extra inside final furlong op 6/1
5th
Horse silk
1 ¼
3
(10)
20/1
T: C GordonJ: William Cox (5)
Chased winner for 1f, handy 3rd until ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out op 25/1
6th
Horse silk
nse
5
(12)
9/2
T: H MorrisonJ: Theodore Ladd (5)
Took keen hold, chased winner after 1f until over 1f out, no extra inside final furlong tchd 4/1
7th
Horse silk
3 ½
14
(9)
25/1
T: Mrs L RichardsJ: Aled Beech (5)
Towards rear, some late minor headway, never involved op 33/1
8th
Horse silk
hd
1
(7)
4/1f
T: A StrongeJ: C Lee
Took keen hold, chased leaders, weakened final furlong op 9/2
9th
Horse silk
3 ½
10
(4)
20/1
T: J G PortmanJ: Pierre-Louis Jamin (5)
Started slowly, held up towards rear, steady headway on inside 3f out, chased leaders over 2f out, weakened inside final 2f op 25/1
10th
Horse silk
3
2
(1)
14/1
T: John BerryJ: Nicola Currie (5)
Steadied start, held up last, some headway on wide outside 3f out, no further progress
11th
Horse silk
4 ½
13
(11)
50/1
T: Mark GillardJ: Jordan Uys (3)
Took keen hold, chased leaders on outside, ridden and weakening when swerved badly left over 2f out op 40/1

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Non-Runners

8
(5)
Horse silk
Mcdelta14
Weight: 9-0|  Age: 7
T: G Deacon  J: Megan Nicholls
NR
12
(6)
Horse silk
Garcon De Soleil16
Weight: 8-7|  Age: 4
T: M Blanshard  J: Richard Oliver
NR
11
(8)
Horse silk
Monologue66
Weight: 8-11|  Age: 4
T: N P Mulholland  J: Finley Marsh
NR

Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£8.20Pl:£2.70, £3.50, £1.80EX:£60.80Trifecta:£840.30Tricast:£411.76SF:£74.24Swingers:£13.50, £6.00, £12.80

Forecasts

Monologue (7/2), Camakasi (4/1), Jack Of Diamonds (9/2), Maestro Mac (9/2), Loving Your Work (5/1), Reckless Wave (11/2), Inn The Bull (14/1), Roy Rocket (14/1), Mcdelta (14/1), Elusive Cowboy (20/1), Classic Mission (20/1), Hong Kong Joe (25/1), Garcon De Soleil (33/1), Kingston Mimosa (50/1)

Verdict

A rather trappy finale and it may pay to take a chance on the quirky LOVING YOUR WORK returning to form, given that he won twice last season over C&D off higher marks than this. Any cut in the ground will be welcome and it would be no surprise if the in-form Joshua Bryan was able to get a good tune out of the six-year-old. Camakasi doesn't have many miles on the clock and has to be respected under Clifford Lee, whilst Maestro Mac, McDelta and Monologue are also of interest.
  1. Loving Your Work
  2. Camakasi
  3. Monologue

Prize Money

1st: £3,234.002nd: £962.003rd: £481.004th: £240.00

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