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14:20 York

Sportingoptions.Co.Uk 08702 070707 Handicap (Class E) (Class E)

  • 19 Runners
  • Distance: 6f 3y
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • added
Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 1m 11.43s
  • 19 Ran
1(16)
Silk - Black, Orange epaulets, diamonds on sleeves
  • Form 3501-21
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-13

always prominent, headway to lead over 1f out, driven clear inside final furlong, comfortably

2(6)
Silk - Dark Blue, White hoops, checked sleeves, Yellow cap
  • Form 5-41311
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-10

behind, ridden and headway over 2f out, stayed on well under pressure to 2nd inside final furlong, no chance with winner

3(1)
Silk - Emerald green and yellow (halved), emerald green sleeves, quartered cap
16/1
  • Form 0626-00
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-7

towards rear, headway 3f out, ridden and effort 2f out, carried left inside final furlong, kept on

4(3)
Silk - Maroon, White hoops and armlets

Fitzwarren

213 v
25/1
  • Form 004402-
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-6

chased leaders to over 2f out, soon weakened

5(19)
Silk - Dark Blue, Light Blue cross belts, hooped cap
16/1
  • Form 62-33
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-5

chased leaders to halfway, soon behind

6(20)
Silk - LIGHT BLUE, ORANGE epaulets
66/1
  • Form 4224-00
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-5

mid-division, outpaced over 2f out, weakened over 1f out

7(8)
Silk - Dark Blue, Mauve epaulets and diamond on cap
25/1
  • Form 44430-5
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-2

chased leaders, ridden 2f out, no extra inside final furlong

8(4)
Silk - Black, large White spots, armlets and cap
25/1
  • Form 2-00
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-1

never better than mid-division

9(17)
Silk - RED, YELLOW halved sleeves, RED cap, YELLOW star
33/1
  • Form 203600
  • Age 3
  • Weight 9-0

always behind

10(14)
Silk - Red, Royal Blue star, halved sleeves and star on cap
20/1
  • Form 305
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-13

soon towards rear and never dangerous

11(2)
Silk - RED, ROYAL BLUE braces, ROYAL BLUE cap
  • Form 4630-00
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-11

slowly into stride, always behind

12(7)
Silk - Black, Yellow Cross of Lorraine
14/1
  • Form 0-20
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-11

chased leader, ridden 2f out, effort over 1f out, carried left and no extra inside final furlong

13(10)
Silk - Tan, Red sleeves, Cream cap, Red spots
  • Form 30-0002
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-10

led, headed over 1f out, edged left inside final furlong, kept on same pace

14(5)
Silk - Brown, Brown cap, Beige star
50/1
  • Form 5300-50
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-9

mid-division, ridden 2f out, kept on under pressure final furlong, never nearer

15(11)
Silk - ROYAL BLUE and RED diamonds, ROYAL BLUE sleeves, RED armlets
  • Form 00-606
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-8

chased leaders, ridden 2f out, faded inside final furlong

16(15)
Silk - Dark Blue and Light Blue check, Light Blue sleeves, Dark Blue seams
  • Form 001030
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-6

chased leaders, ridden over 1f out, stayed on same pace final furlong

17(13)
Silk - White, Dark Blue stripe, White sleeves, Dark Blue seams, Dark Blue cap
25/1
  • Form 60-0050
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-1

always behind

19(18)
Silk - Dark Green, Dark Green and Yellow diabolo on sleeves, Yellow cap
  • Form 400-405
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-0

behind, headway into mid-division 3f out, soon ridden, weakened over 1f out

20(12)
Silk - Emerald Green, White spots, Yellow sleeves, Emerald Green and White striped cap
9/1
  • Form 50-055
  • Age 3
  • Weight 7-13

slowly into stride and behind, ridden and kept on final 2f, never nearer

18(9)
NR
  • Form 00-60
  • Age 3
  • Weight 8-0

Nonrunner

In depth

Verdict

Mis Chicaf can defy topweight in the opener, with Bridgewater Boys, El Palmar and Fox Covert expected to provide the main dangers. Mis Chicaf has to shoulder a six-pound penalty but the way she disposed of her rivals at Doncaster last week suggests that John Wainwright's filly will be up to the task. She is obviously coming on in leaps and bounds and if she can beat older opponents there is no reason why she should not make all against her own age group prior to a possible crack at the William Hill Trophy here next month. Bridgewater Boys has won three of his last four starts and can give the selection most to do. Kevin Ryan's charge displayed battling qualities when scoring at Haydock last time but the ground here will be lightning fast and that might just count against him. In contrast El Palmar may appreciate underfoot conditions more than at Newcastle recently when he left the money in the bookies' satchels, and the step up in trip will suit as well. Further down the weights, Fox Covert should go well after his much improved effort in a first-time visor at Carlisle. He made a lot of the running and kept on when headed, so has a chance of reaching the frame at least off a fair mark. However, Mis Chicaf is on the upgrade and can take this before going on to better things.