Kempton 18:00 Result

18:00

Winning Time:

3:48

Runners:

8

Winning Trainer:

R Varian

Winning Jockey:

Jim Crowley

Total Win:

  • 4 Diamond Cutter 10/1
  • 5 Two Two Time 7/1
  • 6 Zuraig 3/1
  • 7 Judgment Call 10/1
  • 8 East Coast Road 20/1
18:00 Kempton

Unibet/British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes (Plus 10)

  • Class 5
  • 3YO
  • Winner £3402
  • -
  • 8 runners

1m 2f 219y

Going: Standard / Slow

Surface: Polytrack

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Zuraig improved markedly from his first to second run, and the form of his Windsor success reads well because the second found only Third Realm, who finished fifth in the Derby on Saturday, too good the time before at Nottingham. It is tough winning a novice race under a penalty, though, and perhaps MOSHAAWER is the one to be on getting 5lb from Andrew Balding's charge. The selection also brings form to the table which ties in with Third Realm, as he finished a very creditable third on debut at Newbury behind Scope, who ran third in Lingfield's Derby Trial behind Roger Varian's inmate and the subsequent Derby winner Adayar (second). Varian should know where he stands. Two Two Time is another to take seriously.

  • 1
    Moshaawer
  • 2
    Two Two Time
  • 3
    Zuraig
No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (7)

61

Shirt

(30)

Form /61

3

9-7

T: A M BaldingJ: Rob Hornby
2 (3)

4

Shirt

(12)

Form /4

3

9-2

T: D MenuisierJ: Thomas Greatrex
3 (4)

3-8

Shirt

(27)

Form /3-8

3

9-2

T: D M SimcockJ: S M Levey
4 (8)

Shirt

3

9-2

T: D M SimcockJ: Oisin Murphy
5 (1)

6

Shirt

(21)

Form /6

3

9-2

T: M L W BellJ: Callum Shepherd
6 (5)

3-

Shirt

(229)

Form /3-

3

9-2

T: R VarianJ: Jim Crowley
7 (6)

8

Shirt

(19)

Form /8

3

9-2

T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Charles Bishop
8 (2)

4-4

Shirt

(58)

Form /4-4

3

8-11

T: J R FanshaweJ: James Doyle

Race Tip

Zuraig improved markedly from his first to second run, and the form of his Windsor success reads well because the second found only Third Realm, who finished fifth in the Derby on Saturday, too good the time before at Nottingham. It is tough winning a novice race under a penalty, though, and perhaps MOSHAAWER is the one to be on getting 5lb from Andrew Balding's charge. The selection also brings form to the table which ties in with Third Realm, as he finished a very creditable third on debut at Newbury behind Scope, who ran third in Lingfield's Derby Trial behind Roger Varian's inmate and the subsequent Derby winner Adayar (second). Varian should know where he stands. Two Two Time is another to take seriously.

Pick

  • 1
    Moshaawer
  • 2
    Two Two Time
  • 3
    Zuraig