Windsor 15:12 Result

15:12

Winning Time:

3:45

Runners:

11

Winning Trainer:

K P De Foy

Winning Jockey:

Daniel Muscutt

Total Win:

  • 4 Noble Masquerade 20/1
  • 5 Sky Defender 16/1
  • 6 Knight Of Honour 9/2
  • 7 Wahraan 10/3
  • 8 Graphite 14/1
  • 9 Sovereign Duke 16/1
  • 10 Sky Power 25/1
  • 11 Celtic Art 20/1
15:12 Windsor

Hippodrome Handicap

  • Class 3
  • 3YO+
  • Winner £7560
  • -
  • 11 runners

1m 3f 99y

Going: Good (Good to Soft in places)

Surface: Turf

Draw Advantage: None

Race Tip

This trip looks perfect for BAD COMPANY and, if running to the same level as when narrowly denied at Epsom last time, he should take all the beating off the same mark. Hamaki has been progressing nicely of late and, although he slightly disappointed at Newbury latest, that looked a stronger race than this and he's entitled to go well. Wahraan may benefit from his latest outing when third on his first start after nearly a year off and he's another to keep a close eye on.

No. (Draw)
Form
Horse
Age
Weight
OR
Trainer/Jockey
Price
CommentComm
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1 (5)

196-830

Shirt

(100)

Form /196-830

8

10-0

94

T: T KentJ: David Egan
2 (9)

21156-3

Shirt

(38)

Form /21156-3

4

9-12

92

T: Sir Michael StouteJ: R Kingscote
3 (11)

432012

Shirt

(8)C

Form /432012

5

9-10

90

T: J R BoyleJ: P Cosgrave
4 (4)

637269-

Shirt

(363)

Form /637269-

6

9-10

90

T: C & M JohnstonJ: Andrea Atzeni
5 (2)

131369

Shirt

(58)

Form /131369

5

9-8

88

T: J ScottJ: Callum Hutchinson
6 (8)

17-3117

Shirt

(16)

Form /17-3117

3

9-6

91

T: W J HaggasJ: Tom Marquand
7 (1)

221296

Shirt

(17)

Form /221296

3

9-5

90

T: J & T GosdenJ: Benoit D L Sayette
8 (10)

112740

Shirt

(68)D

Form /112740

3

9-4

89

T: K P De FoyJ: Daniel Muscutt
9 (7)

24-1076

Shirt

(37)CDD

Form /24-1076

5

9-3

83

T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Georgia Dobie
10 (6)

1-00960

Shirt

(17)

Form /1-00960

5

9-2

82

T: R M BeckettJ: Rob Hornby
11 (3)

0-61078

Shirt

(16)

Form /0-61078

7

8-10

76

T: H CandyJ: Harry Davies

Race Tip

This trip looks perfect for BAD COMPANY and, if running to the same level as when narrowly denied at Epsom last time, he should take all the beating off the same mark. Hamaki has been progressing nicely of late and, although he slightly disappointed at Newbury latest, that looked a stronger race than this and he's entitled to go well. Wahraan may benefit from his latest outing when third on his first start after nearly a year off and he's another to keep a close eye on.

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