Chepstow 18:30 Result

Winning Time:

0:58

Runners:

9

Winning Trainer:

J G M O'Shea

Winning Jockey:

Callum Hutchinson

Total Win:

  • 4 Bellevarde 4/1
  • 5 Thegreyvtrain 12/1
  • 6 Moonraker 3/1
  • 7 Bluebell Time 6/1
  • 8 David's Beauty 16/1
  • 9 Show Me The Bubbly 20/1
18:30 Chepstow

Location Solutions Wales Handicap

  • Class 5
  • 4YO+
  • Winner £2862
  • -
  • 9 runners

5f 16y

Going: Good (Good to Firm in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Moonraker has to be respected lining up off a 7lb lower mark than when scoring easily on the Fibresand at Southwell latest, but the fact remains that he is best on that surface. Flip Mode won on soft over C&D last time and has a chance if handling this quicker ground, but the vote goes to ATTY'S EDGE. He ran well on his seasonal debut/first start since wind surgery over this trip at Windsor last month and any improvement should see him go close off a 1lb lower mark - plus he has William Cox taking a further 3lb off his back.

  • 1
    Atty's Edge
  • 2
    Flip Mode
  • 3
    Moonraker
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
Toggle Tips
1 (6)

63-0224

Shirt

(15)CD

Form /63-0224

5

9-7

64

T: M S SaundersJ: Laura Pearson
2 (5)

217165

Shirt

(11)D

Form /217165

5

9-5

62

T: R HarrisJ: Liam Jones
3 (1)

565362

Shirt

(20)CDD

Form /565362

7

9-4

61

T: R J PriceJ: Saffie Osborne
4 (4)

81249-4

Shirt

(33)CDD

Form /81249-4

5

9-4

61

T: C MasonJ: William Cox
5 (2)

635-932

Shirt

(1)BFD

Form /635-932

9

9-4

61

T: R HarrisJ: Joshua Bryan
6 (7)

8005-41

Shirt

(37)D

Form /8005-41

9

9-0

57

T: M ApplebyJ: Theodore Ladd
7 (9)

696-671

Shirt

(36)CD

Form /696-671

4

8-13

56

T: J G M O'SheaJ: Callum Hutchinson
8 (8)

594-690

Shirt

(24)

Form /594-690

5

8-13

56

T: J G M O'SheaJ: Ciaran McKee
9 (3)

41577-6

Shirt

(36)CDD

Form /41577-6

8

8-11

54

T: M MullineauxJ: Faye McManoman

Race Tip

Moonraker has to be respected lining up off a 7lb lower mark than when scoring easily on the Fibresand at Southwell latest, but the fact remains that he is best on that surface. Flip Mode won on soft over C&D last time and has a chance if handling this quicker ground, but the vote goes to ATTY'S EDGE. He ran well on his seasonal debut/first start since wind surgery over this trip at Windsor last month and any improvement should see him go close off a 1lb lower mark - plus he has William Cox taking a further 3lb off his back.

Pick

  • 1
    Atty's Edge
  • 2
    Flip Mode
  • 3
    Moonraker