20:00 Kempton

Wednesday 6 June 2018

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    32Red Handicap

  • 4YO plus  |   Class 3  |   1m 3f 219y  |   Standard / Slow  |   14 Runners  |   Polytrack
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 20:02  |   Winning time: 2m 30.38s
1st
Horse silk
7
(3)
16/1
T: D M SimcockJ: J P Spencer
Steadied start, held up in rear, steady headway on inside over 2f out, went 2nd inside final 2f, soon challenging, won on the nod tchd 14/1
2nd
Horse silk
hd
14
(2)
11/4
T: S DowJ: Oisin Murphy
Held up towards rear, headway over 2f out, led 2f out, joined over 1f out, lost on the nod op 4/1 tchd 5/2
3rd
Horse silk
6
5
(7)
25/1
T: D & C KublerJ: R Winston
Keen to post, steadied start, held up in rear, good headway on wide outside over into 3rd over 1f out, no chance with leading duo op 40/1 tchd 20/1
4th
Horse silk
6
2
(4)
20/1
T: M JohnstonJ: F Norton
Took keen hold, tracked leader 2f, handy, 2nd again over 2f out, chased leading par inside final 2f until over 1f out, plodded on op 14/1 tchd 12/1
5th
Horse silk
1 ¾
4
(8)
49-3
25/1
T: D R C ElsworthJ: David Egan (3)
Held up in mid-division, headway over 2f out, kept on same pace in 5th over 1f out op 12/1
6th
Horse silk
nk
11
(1)
48-10
11/8f
T: E WalkerJ: P Cosgrave
Chased leaders, hung badly left to near side rail and kept on same pace final 2f op 13/8 tchd 6/5
7th
Horse silk
½
8
(6)
66/1
T: G L MooreJ: Hector Crouch
Mid-division, plugged on final 2f op 33/1
8th
Horse silk
¾
6
(9)
10/1
T: D H BrownJ: Jim Crowley
Pushed along and outpaced over 3f out, always towards rear op 15/2 tchd 12/1
9th
Horse silk
6
10
(11)
68-13
20/1
T: Alexandra DunnJ: Jason Watson (5)
Led, ridden over 2f out, soon edged left and headed chased leaders, weakened over 1f out op 16/1
10th
Horse silk
2
9
(5)
20/1
T: P & O ColeJ: Raul Da Silva
Tracked leader 10f out until hung right and ridden over 2f out, soon weakened tchd 16/1
11th
Horse silk
8
12
(13)
100/1
T: J W MullinsJ: Hollie Doyle
Always towards rear
12th
Horse silk
10
3
(10)
49-4
10/1
T: E A L DunlopJ: James Doyle
Soon tracking leaders, pushed along 4f out, ridden and weakened over 2f out tchd 14/1
13th
Horse silk
26
13
(14)
33/1
T: P HideJ: S De Sousa
Slowly into stride, raced wide early, headway into mid-division 10f out, pushed along 3f out, weakened and eased final 2f
14th
Horse silk
24
1
(12)
66/1
T: N P MulhollandJ: A Kirby
Mid-division, reminders halfway, weakened soon after, tailed off final 3f, soon eased op 50/1

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Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£18.70Pl:£4.20, £1.80, £7.20EX:£86.40Trifecta:£2,643.60Tricast:£1,149.96SF:£54.67Swingers:£9.60, £115.50, £15.10

Forecasts

Simoon (11/8), Native Fighter (11/4), Trading Punches (10/1), Amlad (10/1), West Coast Flyer (16/1), Rainbow Rebel (20/1), Argus (20/1), Port Douglas (20/1), Medrano (25/1), Ay Ay (25/1), Vivre Pour Vivre (33/1), High Command (66/1), Novis Adventus (66/1), Courtesy Call (100/1)

Verdict

Novis Adventus and High Command are interesting on their first run for their new respective stables and the market should give a good idea of expectations. Rainbow Rebel and Argus should be competitive again but SIMOON looks to have more progress to come at this trip and remains lightly-raced. Likewise Trading Punches will appreciate the stiffer test and looks the main danger.
  1. Simoon
  2. Trading Punches
  3. Argus

Previous Winners

2017
Langlauf
Weight: 9-0  |Age: 4
10/1

Prize Money

1st: £9,338.002nd: £2,796.003rd: £1,398.004th: £699.005th: £350.006th: £176.00

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