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18:35 Newton Abbot

Corinthian Amateur Riders' Selling Handicap Hurdle (Class G) (Class G)

  • 10 Runners
  • Distance: 2m 3f
  • Going: Good to Firm
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Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 4m 35.40s
  • 10 Ran
1
Silk - Dark Green, Red epaulets, White sleeves, Pink cap
  • Form 605F-35
  • Age 6
  • Weight 11-12

led until 2nd, chased winner, ridden approaching 6th, weakened approaching 3 out

2
Silk - Light Blue and White check, Light Blue sleeves and cap
9/4
  • Form 2433-23
  • Age 5
  • Weight 11-9

held up behind, good headway after 3 out, hung left approaching last, rallied flat, no extra close home

3
Silk - Grey and Maroon (quartered), Grey sleeves, Black cap
  • Form P/5P53-P
  • Age 7
  • Weight 11-2

in touch, headway 5th, ridden after 3 out, soon weakened

4
Silk - Light Blue and Red (quartered), diabolo on sleeves, Yellow cap
9/1
  • Form P0P/1-60
  • Age 12
  • Weight 11-0

led 2nd, made rest, stayed on well, pushed out

5
Silk - Scarlet, Emerald Green sleeves, Black and Emerald Green hooped cap
  • Form 04305-0
  • Age 6
  • Weight 10-13

in touch, went prominent 4th, ridden after 3 out, kept on same pace

6
Silk - Dark Green, Yellow stars, Yellow sleeves, Dark Green stars, Dark Green cap, Yellow star
11/2
  • Form F050-36
  • Age 8
  • Weight 10-9

held up, headway approaching 6th, ridden after 3 out, weakened approaching last

7
Silk - Yellow, Royal Blue cross belts, chevrons on sleeves, quartered cap
16/1
  • Form U45/P-PP
  • Age 10
  • Weight 10-3

behind, stayed on strongly from 3 out, never dangerous

8
Silk - Brown, Yellow sleeves, Black armlets, Black cap
  • Form UP3-3U0
  • Age 11
  • Weight 10-2

always behind, tailed off from 5th

9
Silk - Black, White chevrons, Yellow sleeves, Black cap, Yellow star
50/1
  • Form 0/00-
  • Age 8
  • Weight 10-0

chased until leaders until 5th, soon behind

10
Silk - N/A
16/1
  • Form P040-
  • Age 4
  • Weight 10-0

in touch, ridden approaching 6th, soon weakened, pulled up before last

In depth

Verdict

This should definitely not take too much winning and we reckon that Ressource has more chance than most, with Investor Relations and Cedar Rangers and Donatus others worth a bit of a mention. Most of these can be safely ruled out and the recent placed form of Ressource would indicate that he is the one to be on. Gary Moore has his team ticking over nicely and this five-year-old has more scope than most in this class G seller. Although yet to open his account, the son of Broadway Flyer has shaped well in better company than this since going hurdling. His third in a class e event at Stratford last time was as good as anything achieved by the others here and he need only repeat that effort to oblige with conditions in his favour. Investor Relations won this race two years ago, his only victory to date and has been chasing this term. He is interesting back over timber but looks to have his fair share of weight. Cedar Rangers showed a glimmer of ability last term, while Donatus has the help of the useful Emily Jones, but Ressource is the obvious selection.