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Monday 4 June 2018

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Cappagh Remembers Forgotten Irish 'Confined' Novice Stakes

Class 5  |   1m 2f  |   Good (Good to Firm in places, Watered)  |   16 Runners  |   Turf
Off time: 20:16  |   Winning time: 2m 10.73s
Weighed In
1st
5
(5)
6/4f
T: J H M GosdenJ: K T O'Neill
Tracked leaders, 2nd halfway, led inside final 2f, stayed on well final furlong
2nd
1 ¼
7
(6)
10/3
T: R CharltonJ: K Shoemark
Slowly into stride, towards rear, headway on rail edging left 2f out, went 2nd hung left and kept on same pace inside final furlong op 5/1
3rd
6
16
(3)
14/1
T: R CharltonJ: Hollie Doyle
Towards rear, headway between horses 2f out, stayed on inside final furlong, went never nearer 3rd final strides op 22/1 tchd 25/1
4th
nk
12
(11)
16/1
T: J H M GosdenJ: N Mackay
Soon led, pushed along over 2f out, headed inside final 2f, ridden and no impression when lost 2nd inside final furlong, faded into 4th last strides
5th
3 ½
8
(8)
25/1
T: R M BeckettJ: Harry Bentley
Tracked leaders in 5th, pushed along over 3f out, carried left briefly inside final 2f, weakened final furlong
6th
1 ½
2
(4)
25/1
T: D K IvoryJ: R Winston
Raced keenly, tracked leader until halfway, chased leaders, outpaced when hung left over 1f out, weakened final furlong
7th
nk
14
(16)
14/1
T: S & E CrisfordJ: David Egan (3)
Chased leaders, pushed along 4f out, ridden 2f out, soon weakened op 11/1
8th
1
9
(1)
66/1
T: W J KnightJ: L Morris
Mid-division, pushed along over 2f out, never reached leaders and weakened inside final 2f
9th
nk
6
(7)
8/1
T: L M CumaniJ: J P Spencer
Slowly into stride, keen in last pair, plugged on final furlong, never a factor tchd 7/1
10th
¾
15
(2)
50/1
T: A M BaldingJ: M Dwyer
Slowly away, held up and behind, some late minor headway, never threatened
11th
2
13
(10)
7/1
T: H PalmerJ: Josephine Gordon
Headway into mid-division 8f out, some headway over 2f out, soon beaten op 6/1
12th
12
4
(9)
250/1
13th
3 ¼
10
(12)
150/1
T: J GallagherJ: Joey Haynes
Towards rear, pushed along over 3f out, headway on wide outside chasing leaders 3f out, weakened over 2f out op 125/1
14th
1 ¼
3
(15)
80/1
T: George BakerJ: T E Whelan
Mid-division, pushed along and outpaced over 3f out, weakened op 66/1
15th
sh
1
(13)
66/1
T: J ButlerJ: S M Levey
Mid-division, driven along on outside well over 2f out, soon weakened
16th
4
11
(14)
200/1
T: P HideJ: J F Egan
Mid-division, stumbled 8f out, headway on outside chasing leaders over 3f out, weakened 2f out

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Betting

Forecast

Cassini (6/4), Galileo Silver (10/3), Temur Khan (7/1), Drap D'or (8/1), Timespan (14/1), Cuban Fire (14/1), Staplegrove (16/1), Ishallak (25/1), Lothario (25/1), Oenophile (50/1), Maknifico (66/1), Forbidding (66/1), Walter Sickert (80/1), No Equalisers (150/1), Phantom Warrior (200/1), Five Again (250/1)

Verdict
Without the benefit of close inspection of the market vibes, not a race in which to be taking a strong early standpoint. Both John Gosden and Roger Charlton are doubly respected with interesting looking horses, whilst the Hugo Palmer trained Temur Khan has already shown a solid level of form in the context of this race. However, we need a selection so the vote goes to the Gosden trained CASSINI who is upped in trip following winter wind surgery and being a son of Galileo should be open to further progression over middle distances.
  1. Cassini
  2. Galileo Silver
  3. Temur Khan
Prize Money
1st: £3,752.002nd: £1,116.003rd: £558.004th: £279.00

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