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18:00 Folkestone

Tiger Inn Novices' Hunters' Chase Incorporating The Guy Peate Memorial (For The Guy Peate Memorial Challenge Trophy) (Class H)

  • 9 Runners
  • Distance: 3m 2f
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • added
Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 6m 31.00s
  • 9 Ran
2
Silk - Pink, Mauve diabolo on sleeves
  • Form U61/44-3
  • Age 9
  • Weight 12-3

behind, 5th and no chance when fell 11th

3
Silk - DARK BLUE, LIGHT BLUE stars, DARK BLUE and RED hooped sleeves and cap
  • Form 22165-3
  • Age 8
  • Weight 12-3

jumped left, tracked leader, led 4 out, hard ridden and hung left flat, held on, all out

4
Silk - Yellow, Light Blue cross belts, Yellow sleeves, Light Blue stars, Yellow cap, Light Blue star
6/1
  • Form 3U21-22
  • Age 12
  • Weight 12-3

led 2nd to 6th, weakened 14th

5
Silk - Royal Blue and Yellow (halved), chevrons on sleeves, Royal Blue cap
25/1
  • Form 5P03P-1
  • Age 8
  • Weight 12-3

close up, mistake and lost touch from 8th, pulled up before 11th

6
Silk - Black, Yellow stripe, sleeves and cap
  • Form 23212-P
  • Age 11
  • Weight 12-3

always behind, blundered 10th, tailed off when pulled up before 3 out

7
Silk - Dark Blue, Maroon epaulets, White sleeves, Maroon cap
20/1
  • Form P1153-2
  • Age 11
  • Weight 12-3

not fluent, behind and ridden from 5th, lost touch from next, jumped close 13th and pulled up after 3 out

8
Silk - Dark Blue, Red stars, Red sleeves, Dark Blue armlets, quartered cap
  • Form 3/1011-1
  • Age 14
  • Weight 12-3

led to 2nd, tracked leader, led again 6th, headed 4 out, blundered and weakened last

9
Silk - Dark Blue and Orange (halved), sleeves reversed, check cap
  • Form 06/P12-
  • Age 7
  • Weight 12-3

always rear, tailed off when pulled up before 6th

10
Silk - Navy Blue, White hoop, armlets and collar, check cap
11/2
  • Form 33311-2
  • Age 8
  • Weight 12-3

close up, ridden from 14th, challenged and not fluent last, kept on under pressure flat

1
NR
  • Form P53P1-6
  • Age 11
  • Weight 12-3

In depth

Verdict

A wide open contest gets proceedings under way but we will take a chance on Peafield. The gelding from the Paul York yard had placed form over regulation fences back in 2001. He has been in fair form between the flags of late and he goes on any ground. Kincora rates the main danger his latest third behind Bullinure Boy gives him every chance but that was a year ago and he may need this after such a long break. Kingfisher Star is another that could go well but he seems to always ruin his chance over regulation fences with mistakes, he will need to brush up in that department if he is to score. Of the remainder Itsmyturnnow is one of the least exposed in the field and he has more scope for improvement than most do he could run well at a fair price.