Doncaster 15:35 Result

15:35

1
4 Johan
2
3

Winning Time:

2:17

Runners:

22

Winning Trainer:

M R Channon

Winning Jockey:

S De Sousa

Total Win:

  • 4 Irish Admiral 20/1
  • 5 Broken Spear 50/1
  • 6 Eagleway 50/1
  • 7 Modern News 9/2
  • 8 Brunch 12/1
  • 9 Notre Belle Bete 8/1
  • 10 Safe Voyage 33/1
  • 11 Another Batt 25/1
  • 12 Mujtaba 7/2
  • 13 Hortzadar 25/1
  • 14 Teodolina 25/1
  • 15 Revich 33/1
  • 16 What's The Story 25/1
  • 17 Darkness 10/1
  • 18 Fame And Acclaim 20/1
  • 19 United Front 25/1
  • 20 Scottish Summit 50/1
  • 21 Marie's Diamond 33/1
  • 22 Ametist 12/1
15:35 Doncaster ITV1

SBK Lincoln (Heritage Handicap) (Str)

  • Class 2
  • 4YO+
  • Winner £51540
  • -
  • 22 runners

1m

Going: Good to Soft

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

This could be an ideal opportunity for apprentice Harry Davies to put his name in lights as the progressive MODERN NEWS bids to land a third Lincoln in the last six years for Charlie Appleby. The son of Shamardal won at the Leger meeting here and made the frame in a Listed affair at Meydan in February. The unbeaten Mujtaba has been the talking horse coming into this off a mark of 98, and he is likely to have a say along with Saleymm, who has yet to win on turf. Notre Belle Bete was a determined winner of the Lincoln Trial at Wolverhampton and, granted a strong pace, should be coming home strongly alongside last year's second Brunch. Others to note include Ametist, Another Batt and Rogue Bear.

  • 1
    Modern News
  • 2
    Brunch
  • 3
    Mujtaba
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (17)

818544-

Shirt

(147)D

Form /818544-

9

9-10

108

T: J J QuinnJ: Ryan Sexton
2 (8)

52/111-3

Shirt

(43)C

Form /52/111-3

4

9-7

105

T: C ApplebyJ: Harry Davies
3 (14)

227175-

Shirt

(192)D

Form /227175-

5

9-6

104

T: M DodsJ: Jason Hart
4 (16)

70-0205

Shirt

(29)D

Form /70-0205

6

9-4

102

T: R FellJ: Rowan Scott
5 (4)

581400-

Shirt

(161)D

Form /581400-

5

9-4

102

T: M R ChannonJ: S De Sousa
6 (10)

72/2500-

Shirt

(259)CD

Form /72/2500-

8

9-3

101

T: K DalgleishJ: Callum Rodriguez
7 (2)

111-

Shirt

(152)D

Form /111-

4

9-0

98

T: W J HaggasJ: Cieren Fallon
8 (1)

505810-

Shirt

(182)D

Form /505810-

5

8-13

97

T: W J HaggasJ: S Donohoe
9 (3)

8411-

Shirt

(121)

Form /8411-

4

8-13

97

T: S & E CrisfordJ: R Coakley
10 (11)

024371-

Shirt

(189)D

Form /024371-

6

8-11

95

T: R SpencerJ: Marco Ghiani
11 (20)

415/356-

Shirt

(286)D

Form /415/356-

4

8-11

95

T: D O'MearaJ: Jason Watson
12 (22)

033070-

Shirt

(169)BFD

Form /033070-

5

8-11

95

T: J L EyreJ: Lewis Edmunds
13 (13)

111003-

Shirt

(182)

Form /111003-

5

8-10

94

T: W J HaggasJ: Rossa Ryan
14 (18)

156861-

Shirt

(154)CD

Form /156861-

7

8-10

94

T: T D BarronJ: Connor Beasley
15 (15)

23264-7

Shirt

(14)D

Form /23264-7

9

8-8

92

T: G A HarkerJ: P J McDonald
16 (7)

117-323

Shirt

(14)D

Form /117-323

5

8-8

92

T: M ApplebyJ: Theodore Ladd
17 (21)

9322-11

Shirt

(14)D

Form /9322-11

4

8-8

87

T: A M BaldingJ: David Probert
18 (9)

6723-14

Shirt

(60)BF

Form /6723-14

6

8-7

91

T: I FurtadoJ: Joey Haynes
19 (12)

000240-

Shirt

(175)D

Form /000240-

7

8-6

90

T: D O'MearaJ: Cam Hardie
20 (6)

124/130-

Shirt

(281)D

Form /124/130-

4

8-5

89

T: R HannonJ: J F Egan
21 (19)

13411-

Shirt

(150)CD

Form /13411-

4

8-3

87

T: Tom CloverJ: David Egan
22 (5)

30741-6

Shirt

(30)C

Form /30741-6

6

8-2

86

T: T CoyleJ: Jonny Peate

Race Tip

This could be an ideal opportunity for apprentice Harry Davies to put his name in lights as the progressive MODERN NEWS bids to land a third Lincoln in the last six years for Charlie Appleby. The son of Shamardal won at the Leger meeting here and made the frame in a Listed affair at Meydan in February. The unbeaten Mujtaba has been the talking horse coming into this off a mark of 98, and he is likely to have a say along with Saleymm, who has yet to win on turf. Notre Belle Bete was a determined winner of the Lincoln Trial at Wolverhampton and, granted a strong pace, should be coming home strongly alongside last year's second Brunch. Others to note include Ametist, Another Batt and Rogue Bear.

Pick

  • 1
    Modern News
  • 2
    Brunch
  • 3
    Mujtaba