Windsor 13:30 Result

13:30

1
2
6 Nasim
3
1 Gaius

Winning Time:

2:28

Runners:

8

Winning Trainer:

M L W Bell

Winning Jockey:

Oisin Murphy

Total Win:

  • 4 Taj Alola 2/1
  • 5 Flying One 25/1
  • 6 Bondi Man 4/1
  • 7 Kitcat 33/1
  • 8 Penumbra 12/1
13:30 Windsor

British Stallion Studs EBF Restricted Novice Stakes (GBB Race)

  • Class 5
  • 2YO
  • Winner £3780
  • -
  • 8 runners

1m 31y

Going: Good to Soft

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

Taj Alola certainly knew his job when justifying favouritism with the minimum amount of fuss over 7f at Catterick first time out but conceding 5lb all-round in a better race may prove a different matter. Bondi Man is one alternative after two promising runs over an inadequate 7f, though this trip may still be shorter than he needs, so the value could lie with NASIM. Andrew Balding's colt was noted making late progress after early bumping at Sandown first time out and is likely to prove a different proposition over this extra furlong. Gaius has flattered to deceive so far but is another one to consider.

  • 1
    Nasim
  • 2
    Bondi Man
  • 3
    Taj Alola
No. (Draw)
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Horse
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1 (4)

1

Shirt

(18)

Form /1

2

9-7

T: K R BurkeJ: C Lee
2 (8)

Shirt

2

9-2

T: M L W BellJ: Oisin Murphy
3 (2)

43

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(10)

Form /43

2

9-2

T: R HughesJ: Daniel Muscutt
4 (1)

238

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(37)

Form /238

2

9-2

78

T: R HannonJ: P J Dobbs
5 (6)

6

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(58)

Form /6

2

9-2

T: A M BaldingJ: David Probert
6 (5)

5

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(25)

Form /5

2

9-0

T: M D I UsherJ: Charlie Bennett
7 (3)

6

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(31)

Form /6

2

8-9

T: J G PortmanJ: Marco Ghiani
8 (7)

Shirt

2

8-9

T: M R ChannonJ: Charles Bishop

Race Tip

Taj Alola certainly knew his job when justifying favouritism with the minimum amount of fuss over 7f at Catterick first time out but conceding 5lb all-round in a better race may prove a different matter. Bondi Man is one alternative after two promising runs over an inadequate 7f, though this trip may still be shorter than he needs, so the value could lie with NASIM. Andrew Balding's colt was noted making late progress after early bumping at Sandown first time out and is likely to prove a different proposition over this extra furlong. Gaius has flattered to deceive so far but is another one to consider.

Pick

  • 1
    Nasim
  • 2
    Bondi Man
  • 3
    Taj Alola