14:50 Yarmouth

Thursday 30 May 2019

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British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes

Class 5  |   7f 3y  |   Good to Firm  |   12 Runners  |   Turf
Off time: 14:51  |   Winning time: 1m 25.9s
Weighed In
1st
3
(4)
5/4f
T: C ApplebyJ: James Doyle
Prominent, led over 1f out, pushed out op 6/5 tchd 11/10
2nd
1 ½
5
(3)
14/1
T: Archie WatsonJ: Edward Greatrex
Dwelt in touch, ridden and headway over 1f out, soon chased winner, no impression inside final furlong op 20/1
3rd
½
1
(9)
6/1
T: R HannonJ: Jim Crowley
In touch, ridden and headway approaching final furlong, kept on one pace tchd 11/2 and tchd 7/1
4th
¾
11
(6)
66/1
T: G G MargarsonJ: T P Queally
Prominent, ridden and every chance over 1f out, kept on one pace op 50/1
5th
1 ¾
7
(1)
14/1
T: J H M GosdenJ: N Mackay
Close up, pushed along 2f out, kept on same pace final furlong op 12/1
6th
¾
6
(7)
3/1
T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin
Went left start in touch, pushed along over 1f out, not trouble leaders op 7/2
7th
nk
4
(10)
9/1
T: S bin SuroorJ: George Wood
Tracked leaders, pushed along over 1f out, faded inside final furlong op 10/1 tchd 11/1
8th
1 ¾
8
(12)
50/1
T: J RyanJ: G Mosse
In rear, never near leaders
9th
½
9
(8)
25/1
T: R HannonJ: S M Levey
Close up, pushed along over 1f out, weakened final furlong
10th
nse
10
(5)
50/1
T: W J KnightJ: David Egan
Led, ridden and headed over 1f out, soon weakened tchd 40/1
11th
5
12
(11)
33/1
T: W J KnightJ: Callum Shepherd
In rear, ridden 2f out, never on terms op 66/1 tchd 28/1

Also Ran

PU
2
(2)
66/1
T: Adam WestJ: R Ffrench
Awkwardly away, pulled up after 1f

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Betting

Forecast

Boccaccio (5/4), Herman Hesse (3/1), Al Namir (6/1), Dark Of Night (9/1), Dramatic Sands (14/1), Mass Media (14/1), Pitcher (25/1), Selsey Sizzler (33/1), Order Of St John (50/1), Progressive Rating (50/1), Ropey Guest (66/1), Austin Taetious (66/1)

Verdict

The well-bred BOCCACCHIO, an 850,000 gns son of the mighty Dubawi, stands out as the most interesting newcomer and represents a yard that has hit the ground running with its juveniles this year. The colt doesn't have any fancy entries but can certainly go on from here. Al Namir is a half-brother to a couple of precocious types and looks the pick of Richard Hannon's pair, while Herman Hesse makes more appeal than is stable mate Mass Media and can fly the flag for the John Gosden yard. Dramatic Sands also represents a yard in form and is worth noting with an eye on the future.
  1. Boccaccio
  2. Al Namir
  3. Herman Hesse

Prize Money

1st: £3,752.002nd: £1,116.003rd: £558.004th: £279.00

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