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DEEP INFERNO (Fontwell, Saturday, October 3)
Ella Pickard’s newcomer was backed from 12-1 into 9-1 for the bumper but could only finish seventh after racing closer to the inside of the track than ideal. He has entries at Ffos Las and Exeter later this week.
FUGACIOUS (Tipperary, Saturday, October 3)
They crawled in the early stages of the 7.5f handicap won by Angel Palanas and FUGACIOUS, last of the 13 runners when they came off the final bend, did really well to keep on into third place.
GO PHARISEE FLYER (Fontwell, Saturday, October 3)
The Warren Greatrex newcomer had little chance after making the running towards the inside in the bumper and his modest fourth was better than it looked.
NEZAR (Wolverhampton, Saturday, October 3)
Dean Ivory has his string in good form and NEZAR very much caught the eye under a patient ride when a 40-1 fourth in the 6f Class 5 handicap, finishing just over one length behind the winner. The wet track was favouring early pace – the first three home were described as ‘soon led’, ‘prominent’ and ‘chased leaders’ – making this effort even more meritorious.
PAPAL PARADE (Tipperary, Saturday, October 3)
The steady pace was against PAPAL PARADE in division one of the 7.5f handicap (the same race as Fugacious) and his eighth place is worthy of an upgrade.
REBEL REBELLO (Fontwell, Saturday, October 3)
Fergal O’Brien’s REBEL REBELLO was sent off as an uneasy 11-4 favourite for the bumper and Paddy Brennan, who had stuck to the favoured outside rail like glue when scoring on Beyond The Pale in the previous contest, didn’t seem quite as keen to take that route this time. He trailed home a 22-length eight of nine but didn’t look devoid of ability and the market could overreact to this effort next time.
SEACLUSION (Redcar, Saturday, October 3)
The key to success on the straight course at Redcar last Saturday was to avoid the churned up tyre tracks in the first few furlongs and then to switch to the far side rail, favouring those drawn very low. Stall 14 gave SEACLUSION little chance in the Listed Two Year Old Trophy and the 150-1 shot did well to keep on into mid-division.
STONE SOLDIER (Redcar, Saturday, October 3)
STONE SOLDIER was an eyecatcher on his previous start, scoring comfortably over 7f at Kempton on his first start beyond sprint trips, despite challenging wider than ideal. This 1m trip on soft ground proved beyond him but he fared best of those to race down the nearside and will be very interesting if dropped in distance next time.
TEMPLE MAN (Kelso, Sunday, October 4)
TEMPLE MAN loves Kelso but there was always going to be a concern that the 301-day absence would scupper his chances in the 2m handicap hurdle, as he had finished third of six (4-5 favourite), 5th of 12 (beaten by 39 lengths), pulled up and sixth of ten (beaten by 25 lengths) on his four previous seasonal debuts. Well backed into 7-2, he ran better than I expected to finish second, just over five lengths behind the winner. His second-time out record reads 2nd (12-1), 1st (10-1), 3rd (25-1) and 1st (7-1), suggesting we should fire an each-way bullet at him when he next turns up.
TOM TULLIVER (Redcar, Saturday, October 3)
TOM TULLIVER (stall 13 of 13) was only tenth of 13 in the 5f handicap but had little chance from his draw and could be a big price next time.
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