16:45 Ffos Las

Monday 3 September 2018

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    NSPCC Family Day September 16th With Sam Warburton Handicap

  • 4YO plus  |   Class 5  |   1m 2f  |   Good  |   8 Runners  |   Turf
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 16:45  |   Winning time: 2m 10.1s
1st
Horse silk
1
(8)
3/1f
T: D PipeJ: Finley Marsh (5)
Mid-division, headway over 2f out, led over 2f out, ridden clear, stayed on well op 9/4 tchd 10/3
2nd
Horse silk
1 ¾
4
(7)
7/2
T: A StrongeJ: Thomas Greatrex (7)
Dwelt, behind, headway to chase leaders over 2f out, hung left over 1f out, kept on under pressure, no chance with winner op 4/1
3rd
Horse silk
4 ½
3
(4)
4/1
T: S DurackJ: Dane O'Neill
Pulled hard in rear, headway on outside over 3f out, chasing leaders when hung left inside final furlong, no extra closing stages op 9/2 tchd 7/2
4th
Horse silk
½
2
(1)
5/1
T: P D EvansJ: Gabriele Malune (5)
Pulled hard in touch, headway over 3f out, every chance over 2f out, stayed on same pace final furlong op 9/2 tchd 11/2
5th
Horse silk
3 ¾
6
(3)
14/1
T: H J L DunlopJ: Rob Hornby
In touch, weakened over 2f out op 10/1
6th
Horse silk
¾
8
(5)
5/1
T: M P TregoningJ: David Egan
Keen in rear, headway over 2f out, never on terms op 7/1
7th
Horse silk
¾
7
(6)
20/1
T: J L FlintJ: D C Costello
Led until over 2f out, soon weakened op 16/1 tchd 14/1
8th
Horse silk
1
5
(2)
28/1
T: G HarrisJ: Sophie Ralston (7)
Pulled hard, prominent, lost place over 2f out op 16/1

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Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£2.70Pl:£1.50, £1.50, £1.40EX:£9.60Trifecta:£38.20Tricast:£41.66SF:£13.85Swingers:£2.00, £4.50, £2.90

Forecasts

Jacbequick (3/1), Camakasi (7/2), Spanish History (4/1), Essenaitch (5/1), Havana Breeze (5/1), Star Gypsy (14/1), Love And Be Loved (20/1), Berry De Carjac (28/1)

Verdict

This could be a good opportunity for JACBEQUICK to extend his winning sequence to three consecutive successes. A newcomer to the David Pipe yard, the gelding has answered every question asked of him in low-grade races of late and, as this lacks strength-in-depth, he looks to have been found a reasonable chance of going in again. Camakasi has a history of wind issues but is back on a winning mark and can go close if running to the level he displayed at Windsor on his penultimate start. Berry De Carjac is still open to a bit of improvement on the Flat and, given he's got previous course experience (boosted at the weekend), he too can take a hand if he handles the ground.
  1. Jacbequick
  2. Camakasi
  3. Berry De Carjac

Prize Money

1st: £3,752.002nd: £1,116.003rd: £558.004th: £300.005th: £300.006th: £300.007th: £300.008th: £300.00

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