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14:35 Haydock Park

Edward Hanmer Memorial Chase (A Limited Handicap) (Class A)

  • 6 Runners
  • Distance: 3m
  • Going: Good
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Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 6m 7.50s
  • 6 Ran
1st
Silk -
2nd
Silk -
1
Silk - BLACK, BLACK and YELLOW check cap
7/1
  • Form 31R44-3
  • Age 8
  • Weight 11-10

tracked leaders, ridden approaching 4 out, hard ridden and weakened approaching 3 out, soon behind, hit 2 out

2
Silk - MAUVE and PINK check, WHITE sleeves
11/2
  • Form 160310-
  • Age 8
  • Weight 11-1

held up, pushed along and headway to track leaders 4 out, ridden approaching 2 out, led flat, pushed out

3
Silk - YELLOW, PURPLE and YELLOW striped sleeves
2/1
  • Form 12213-3
  • Age 6
  • Weight 10-13

soon tracking leader, led 12th, ridden and hit last, soon headed, no extra flat

4
Silk - WHITE, GREEN sleeves and collar, CLARET cap
  • Form 04P-160
  • Age 11
  • Weight 10-10

led until headed 12th, no impression from over 2 out

5
Silk - Emerald Green, Purple cross belts and armlets, quartered cap
  • Form U211U6-
  • Age 9
  • Weight 10-9

tracked leader, jumped slowly 1st and 2nd, soon towards rear, pushed along and lost place 10th, soon tailed off

6
Silk - RED, DARK BLUE seams, WHITE sleeves, DARK BLUE seams, DARK BLUE cap, WHITE star
7/2
  • Form B2121-1
  • Age 9
  • Weight 10-4

held up in rear, not fluent 10th (water), headway 5 out, tracked leader 4 out, ridden and hit last, led briefly flat, kept on

Previous results

In depth

Formwatch

Bellator Good run behind Celibate on seasonal reappearance. Has been running in the finest company respectable last season but looks to have it all to do at these weights and prefers softer ground.

Kingsmark (IRE) Won this race last year, relatively lightly raced and was an impressive winner of the Mitsubishi Shogun race at Aintree, but subsequently disappointing in the Whitbred. Makes his seasonal debut; if back to his best form then must take a hand.

Behrajan (IRE) Making his debut in Handicap company, won three Novice Chases last season (two easily). Second to Hati Roy at Cheltenham. If he lives up to early promise then a class act; only concern is may need the run.

Flying Instructor Won the De Vere Handicap Chase over 2m4f last season , proves he stays the trip when winning over 3m1f in May. Well beaten in the Charlie Hall and likely to find others better.

Frantic Tan (IRE) Won the De Vere Gold Cup over 3m4f last season. Prefers the softer ground and making his seasonal reappearance having struggled off his handicap mark towards the end of last season.

Banker Count 8L victory over Redemption at this trip on seasonal reappearance. Stable in great form and at these weights has every chance.