Beverley 17:10 Result

Winning Time:

3:30

Runners:

7

Winning Trainer:

George Scott

Winning Jockey:

Daniel Muscutt

Total Win:

  • 4 Lochanthem 7/4
  • 5 Super Proud 6/1
  • 6 Wildcitydiva 14/1
  • 7 Haven Lady 14/1
17:10 Beverley

Racing TV Fillies' Handicap

  • Class 5
  • 3YO
  • Winner £4187
  • -
  • 7 runners

1m 1f 207y

Going: Soft

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

LOCHANTHEM has taken her form to a much higher level since being fitted with a visor, winning both of her starts over this trip, and she looks the type to continue progressing. Given how strongly she travelled when winning at Brighton last time, a 5lb rise from the handicapper may prove to be on the lenient side, offering her every chance of registering her third career win. The William Haggas-trained Super Proud caught the eye when fifth at Lingfield on her reappearance and is respected, while Ayr Empress probably had more in hand than the bare margin would suggest when scoring at Hamilton last time and shouldn't be ruled out.

  • 1
    Lochanthem
  • 2
    Ayr Empress
  • 3
    Super Proud
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (4)

944131

Shirt

(40)D

Form /944131

3

9-7

68

T: M L W BellJ: Louis Steward
2 (2)

805-5

Shirt

(26)

Form /805-5

3

9-5

66

T: W J HaggasJ: Howard Cheng
3 (7)

443-7

Shirt

(29)

Form /443-7

3

9-4

65

T: J J QuinnJ: Jason Hart
4 (6)

3-24443

Shirt

(37)

Form /3-24443

3

9-2

63

T: George ScottJ: Daniel Muscutt
5 (5)

5-44

Shirt

(18)

Form /5-44

3

9-2

63

T: R A FaheyJ: J Garritty
6 (3)

30-4661

Shirt

(17)

Form /30-4661

3

8-12

59

T: K DalgleishJ: Callum Rodriguez
7 (1)

5-44199

Shirt

(11)D

Form /5-44199

3

8-6

53

T: T D EasterbyJ: J P Sullivan

Race Tip

LOCHANTHEM has taken her form to a much higher level since being fitted with a visor, winning both of her starts over this trip, and she looks the type to continue progressing. Given how strongly she travelled when winning at Brighton last time, a 5lb rise from the handicapper may prove to be on the lenient side, offering her every chance of registering her third career win. The William Haggas-trained Super Proud caught the eye when fifth at Lingfield on her reappearance and is respected, while Ayr Empress probably had more in hand than the bare margin would suggest when scoring at Hamilton last time and shouldn't be ruled out.

Pick

  • 1
    Lochanthem
  • 2
    Ayr Empress
  • 3
    Super Proud