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15:45 Brighton

Totesport.Com Brighton Challenge Cup (Class D Handicap) (Class D)

  • 14 Runners
  • Distance: 1m 3f 196y
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • added
Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 2m 28.40s
  • 14 Ran
2nd
Silk -
10/1

    3rd
    Silk -
    10/1

      1(14)
      Silk - Red, Light Blue star, striped sleeves and cap
      • Form 035200
      • Age 6
      • Weight 9-11

      held up in rear, pushed along halfway. no chance

      2(3)
      Silk - ROYAL BLUE, WHITE stripe, striped sleeves, YELLOW cap
      • Form 306151
      • Age 7
      • Weight 9-8

      mid-division, ridden 6f out, switched right 2f out, ran on to lead close home, just held on

      3(1)
      Silk - Purple, Emerald Green stars, Purple sleeves, Purple cap, Emerald Green star
      7/1
      • Form 110121
      • Age 6
      • Weight 9-6

      held up, tracking leaders, ridden over 3f out to chase leaders, weakened final furlong

      4(6)
      Silk - Purple, Black and White check sleeves
      • Form 16000-6
      • Age 5
      • Weight 9-6

      mid-division, weakened halfway, eased

      5(13)
      Silk - Royal Blue, Black and Royal Blue halved sleeves

      Lennel

      2 b
      10/1
      • Form 406413
      • Age 6
      • Weight 9-4

      slowly into stride, ridden 4f out, stayed on final 2f, just failed

      6(12)
      Silk - Royal Blue, White circle on body, Yellow sleeves
      • Form 634160
      • Age 6
      • Weight 9-4

      held up, in touch, ridden over 3f out, faded

      7(2)
      Silk - Royal Blue, Red star, Red sleeves, Royal Blue stars, Royal Blue cap, Red stars
      16/1
      • Form 000310
      • Age 4
      • Weight 9-4

      mid-division, headway over 2f out, weakening when hung left final furlong

      8(11)
      Silk - Orange, Royal Blue chevron, sleeves and cap
      • Form 000422
      • Age 3
      • Weight 9-3

      in touch, ridden to chase leaders 5f out, weakened approaching final furlong

      9(8)
      Silk - Royal Blue, White chevron, Light Blue cap
      4/1
      • Form 0-34231
      • Age 3
      • Weight 9-2

      led and keen, ridden approaching 2f out, fading when heading close home

      10(7)
      Silk - WHITE, BLACK disc, striped sleeves
      20/1
      • Form 020330
      • Age 6
      • Weight 9-0

      towards rear, ridden 5f out, lost action 3f out, pulled up inside final furlong, lame

      11(9)
      Silk - WHITE, EMERALD GREEN epaulets and stars on sleeves, YELLOW cap
      • Form 232013
      • Age 5
      • Weight 8-9

      in touch, ridden 4f out, weakened over 2f out

      12(10)
      Silk - Emerald Green, White spots, Emerald Green sleeves, White and Yellow quartered cap
      10/1
      • Form 450433
      • Age 8
      • Weight 8-4

      tracked leader, ridden to chase leader over 4f out, weakened 2f out

      13(4)
      Silk - WHITE, ROYAL BLUE chevrons, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, WHITE spots, quartered cap
      10/1
      • Form 00-0214
      • Age 7
      • Weight 8-0

      slowly into stride, in rear, switched right over 4f out, hard ridden to chase leaders over 2, stayed on

      14(5)
      Silk - White, Purple cross belts, sleeves and cap
      33/1
      • Form 0-04204
      • Age 5
      • Weight 7-12

      towards rear, ridden 4f out, not paced to challenge

      In depth

      Verdict

      Blaze of Colour looked a three-year-old worth following when landing a handicap over course and distance two weeks ago and is taken to defy the 6lb rise at the main expense of Party Ploy and Antigiotto. The last mentioned is lightly raced and hails from the stable of Luca Cumani that does well with their runners here. He has to be respected on his first venture into a handicap. Party Ploy has considerably more experience in this grade but has to defy a career high mark if he is to follow up last month's Leicester success. Top weight Northside Lodge has flattered to deceive of late and may be best watched at present and of more interest may be the mare Desert Island Disc, who can race off a 1lb lower mark than when landing an apprentices' handicap recently. Sylvester Kirk's string remain in decent form so Karaoke has to be respected along with the consistent pair of Most-Saucy and Pay The Silver. Nick Littmoden's all-weather scorer Orinocovsky has been given a three month break since his latest start and is another probably best watched today in a race that is taken to go to Sir Michael Stoute's Blaze Of Colour, who has an obvious chance.