Catterick Races & Results Tomform Wednesday 10th July 2024

There were 39 Races on Wednesday 10th July 2024 across 6 meetings. There was 6 races at Lingfield, 6 races at Yarmouth, 7 races at Fairyhouse, 6 races at Catterick, 8 races at Kempton, 6 races at Ffos Las, no doubt Tomform helped you find a winner.

Races & Results Wednesday 10th July 2024

The data in the racecards below is for the past year. View the racecard key.

14:50 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 7f - 12 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
1
1st (11) Miss Willows (12/1 +25%)
Miss Willows

12/1(+25%)
(11) Miss Willows 12/1, Went close on C&D reappearance in May but down the field on both outings since.
Well beaten the last twice and now 0-12 but went close over C&D (soft) in May.
2
2nd (8) Crocodile Power (22/1 -57%)
Crocodile Power

22/1(-57%)
(8) Crocodile Power 22/1, Eleven runs since last win in 2022. Bit below form sixth of 11 in handicap (4/1) at Newcastle (7f) when last seen in April. Off 93 days.
Below par in April last time but fair fourth prior to that and he might not be far away.
3
3rd (3) Obee Jo (8/1 -7%)
Obee Jo

8/1(-7%)
(3) Obee Jo 8/1, Three-time C&D winner. Latest win at Leicester in May. Below par over this C&D since but he's capable of bouncing back.
Disappointing over C&D last time but four wins here and scored at Leicester two runs ago.
4
4th (6) First Dynasty (10/1 +50%)
First Dynasty

10/1(+50%)
(6) First Dynasty 10/1, Last of 12 in handicap (14/1) at Thirsk (7f, good to firm) 16 days ago. Down to a mark in the 50s for the first time but need to see more.
Continues to drop down the weights but for good reason.
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5th (5) Shark Two One (9/2 -50%)
Shark Two One

9/2(-50%)
(5) Shark Two One 9/2, C&D winner. 3/1, creditable fourth of 11 in handicap at Leicester (6f, good) 25 days ago. Cheekpieces back on. Shortlist material.
C&D winner who arrives in good form; chance, especially if the ground is slower than good.
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6th (2) Mutanaaseq (7/1 +0%)
Mutanaaseq

7/1(+0%)
(2) Mutanaaseq 7/1, Four-time C&D winner. Ninth of 12 in handicap at Thirsk (7f, good to firm, 25/1) 16 days ago. Cheekpieces back on. Starting to look well handicapped.
Four C&D wins last year and now below last winning mark, but a return to form is needed.
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7th (4) Swinging Eddie (12/1 -20%)
Swinging Eddie

12/1(-20%)
(4) Swinging Eddie 12/1, C&D winner. Likely needed the outing after 5 months off when eighth of 14 in handicap at Redcar (7f, good to firm, 40/1) 19 days ago. Capable off this mark if back to his best.
On a competitive mark; needs to improve plenty for last month's return to action at Redcar.
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8th (9) Fortuitous Star (28/1 -180%)
Fortuitous Star

28/1(-180%)
(9) Fortuitous Star 28/1, Placed twice in handicaps for Grant Tuer last summer. Left that yard after a poor run at Southwell in February. Hooded first time for new yard. Betting perhaps the best guide to expectations.
On a handy mark if the first-time hood and change of stables prompts a revival.
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9th (1) Langholm (5/2 +0%)
Langholm

5/2(+0%)
(1) Langholm 5/2, C&D winner. Several good efforts here this year before resuming winning ways at Thirsk (7f) a weeks ago. The outside could make life a little awkward for this front-runner but still much respected.
Snapped long losing run at Thirsk last week; consistent and has solid claims under penalty.
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10th (7) Rain Cap (12/1 -20%)
Rain Cap

12/1(-20%)
(7) Rain Cap 12/1, Four-time course winner. Runner-up over C&D in June but not in the same form in his 2 outings since. Needs a return to this venue to spark a revival.
His last three wins have come here; could play a leading role now back at Catterick.
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11th (10) Mintnthat (50/1 -100%)
Mintnthat

50/1(-100%)
(10) Mintnthat 50/1, Won twice on AW for Iain Jardine at the start of this year but has found life harder for current yard.
Won two in a row at Newcastle (1m, AW) in January but has struggled since.
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12th (12) Secret Daay (28/1 -12%)
Secret Daay

28/1(-12%)
(12) Secret Daay 28/1, Remains a maiden after 23 starts. Thirteenth of 18 in classified event at Thirsk (6f, good to firm, 16/1) 16 days ago. It's likely the wait for a first win will go on.
Soundly beaten back on turf the last twice and he remains a maiden after 23 starts.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

14:50 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 7f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

After being narrowly denied over 7f at Thirsk when sporting first-time cheekpieces (retained) on his penultimate start, LANGHOLM quickly made amends to score readily over the same C&D earlier this month. At a venue where he has performed well in the past, he gets the vote to successfully shoulder a 4lb penalty. Shark Two One shaped with more promise than the result suggests when finishing fourth over 6f at Leicester last month and must be respected, while Obee Jo is the pick of the remainder.

SHARK TWO ONE was successful over C&D last autumn and has been running well enough in recent weeks to think his turn may be near again. C&D specialist Langholm won comfortably at Thirsk last week and will be a big threat if an outside stall doesn't prove too much of an inconvenience. Mutanaaseq and Obee Jo are others who know where the winning post is over this C&D.

Preference is for LANGHOLM, who snapped a long losing sequence with an authoritative win at Thirsk last week.


15:20 Catterick Maiden (Class 5) 5f - 11 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(1) Desdemona (4/1 -33%)
Desdemona

4/1(-33%)
(1) Desdemona 4/1, Promising individual. 7/2, shaped better than the result when third of 8 in C&D novice (good to soft) 22 days ago, doing too much too soon. Tongue strap on first time. Remains capable of better. Player.
Placed on first two starts (C&D last time; led) and holds sound form claims.
(7) Tippy Top (25/1 -25%)
Tippy Top

25/1(-25%)
(7) Tippy Top 25/1, Twice-raced filly. 14/1, third of 7 in maiden at Hamilton (5f, good) 13 days ago. That form is only modest so improvement will be needed.
Has displayed ability on both starts but improvement is needed to win this.
1
1st (10) J Street (5/2 +17%)
J Street

5/2(+17%)
(10) J Street 5/2, Thrice-raced filly. Improved when close second in a seller at Musselburgh (5f, good to firm) 27 days ago and the form has been boosted by the first and third winning since. Likely to be bang there.
Has shown promise on two of her three starts and is a leading contender today.
2
2nd (11) Lunar Force (13/2 +59%)
Lunar Force

13/2(+59%)
(11) Lunar Force 13/2, 50/1, promise amidst greenness when fourth of 8 in maiden at Carlisle (5f, good to firm) on debut 14 days ago, with the reopposing Kitten In The Sky narrowly ahead in third. Likely to improve.
Fair 4th on recent debut at Carlisle and trainer's 2yos tend to need their debut outings.
3
3rd (8) Atherstone Beau (33/1 +0%)
Atherstone Beau

33/1(+0%)
(8) Atherstone Beau 33/1, Foaled March 15. 4,000 gns Intrinsic filly. Dam, winner up to 7f (2-y-o 5f winner), half-sister to 1m-13f winner (including in Australia) Wentwood.
4,000gns yearling; stable is going well but she may be best watched on debut.
4
4th (6) Summer Of Light (50/1 -25%)
Summer Of Light

50/1(-25%)
(6) Summer Of Light 50/1, Foaled March 22. €13,000 breeze-up purchase by Earthlight. Dam, 1m winner, half-sister to very smart winner up to 1m Kinross out of useful winner up to 10.3f (2-y-o 8.3f winner) Ceilidh House. The betting should guide to expectations.
Trainer is much better known for exploits with older horses but check the betting on debut.
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5th (4) Kitten In The Sky (4/1 -20%)
Kitten In The Sky

4/1(-20%)
(4) Kitten In The Sky 4/1, Promising individual. Third of 8 in maiden (4/1) at Carlisle (5f, good to firm) 14 days ago, showing good speed again. This return to a sharper 5f will suit. On the shortlist.
Runner-up over C&D on debut, then fair third at Carlisle; in calculations.
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6th (9) Endeavouryourdream (6/1 +14%)
Endeavouryourdream

6/1(+14%)
(9) Endeavouryourdream 6/1, 7/2, fourth of 9 in maiden at Carlisle (6f, soft, 7/2) on debut 23 days ago. Open to progress.
Fair 4th on debut at Carlisle; could be sharper for that and is in good hands to progress.
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7th (5) Misdreavous (100/1 -1150%)
Misdreavous

100/1(-1150%)
(5) Misdreavous 100/1, 12/1, showed plenty to work on when third of 10 in maiden at Wetherby (5.5f, good to soft) on debut 29 days ago. Open to improvement.
Promising third on debut over 5.5f at Wetherby; one to consider now down in trip.
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8th (2) Elisabet (25/1 -25%)
Elisabet

25/1(-25%)
(2) Elisabet 25/1, Modest form when sixth of 8 in maiden at Chantilly (5.5f, good, 34/10) on debut 24 days ago. More needed.
Soundly beaten sixth of eight on debut in France; needs a sizeable step forward today.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

15:20 Catterick Maiden (Class 5) 5f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 5 race.

J STREET pulled readily clear of the third when finishing second to a useful prospect over 5f at Musselburgh last month, and this looks a good opportunity for her to atone for that near-miss. Desdemona retains plenty of potential after two placed efforts from as many starts and, fitted with a tongue-tie for the first time, it would be no surprise if she were to emerge as the main danger. Elisabet should be able to step up on her debut effort.

Quite an interesting race. KITTEN IN THE SKY has been a bit too exuberant for her own good so far but looks to possess lots of speed and this return to a sharp 5f will play to her strengths. Desdemona is another who looks very fast and is second choice ahead of J Street, whose Musselburgh selling second came in a strong race of its type.

With the form of her clear second in a Musselburgh seller looking strong, J STREET is taken to go one better. Lunar Force is feared


15:50 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 5f - 7 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
1
1st (7) Wondrous Ways (13/2 +28%)
Wondrous Ways

13/2(+28%)
(7) Wondrous Ways 13/2, Thrice-raced maiden. 50/1, seventh of 14 in seller at York (6f, good to soft) 26 days ago. Makes handicap debut but others are better treated at these weights.
Improvement needed off her opening mark but it's a lowly one and she's not discounted.
2
2nd (4) Stat Goddess (9/2 +50%)
Stat Goddess

9/2(+50%)
(4) Stat Goddess 9/2, Lightly-raced maiden. 28/1, below-form fourth of 5 in seller at Musselburgh (5f, good to firm) 27 days ago. Makes handicap debut with more required.
Ran well in C&D maiden in May but unable to threaten the next twice (claimer/seller).
3
3rd (1) Unthinkable (28/1 -1300%)
Unthinkable

28/1(-1300%)
(1) Unthinkable 28/1, Winner at Beverley in May. 6/1, respectable fourth of 10 in minor event at Ripon (6f, good) 20 days ago. Much respected now going into handicaps.
One win (Beverley claimer) from her six starts; needs something extra on nursery debut.
4
4th (2) Deal Maker (50/1 -900%)
Deal Maker

50/1(-900%)
(2) Deal Maker 50/1, Lightly-raced winner. Winner at Southwell in March. Last of 8 in minor event (20/1) at this C&D (good to soft) 22 days ago. More needed on her handicap debut.
Made encouraging start to career; well beaten in C&D novice latest but not written off.
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5th (5) Super Dino (80/1 -1500%)
Super Dino

80/1(-1500%)
(5) Super Dino 80/1, Cheekpieces on for 1st time, seventh of 12 in maiden at Windsor (5.1f, good to firm, 16/1) 23 days ago. Blinkers back on and tongue strap added for his handicap debut with plenty to find.
Below par last time but fast ground maybe didn't suit; case can be made on earlier form.
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6th (6) Unmistakeable (100/1 -3900%)
Unmistakeable

100/1(-3900%)
(6) Unmistakeable 100/1, Thrice-raced maiden, best effort when fifth of 10 in maiden at Thirsk (5f, good to firm, 40/1) 53 days ago. Needs another step forward on her handicap bow.
Has improved with each of her three runs and latest Thirsk fifth came in a warmish race.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

15:50 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 5f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

UNMISTAKEABLE shaped with plenty of promise when finishing fifth in a warm Thirsk maiden in May and, off what looks a workable mark on her nursery debut, she gets a tentative vote to open her account. Unthinkable showed enough in her time with George Boughey to suggest that she can play a hand in a race of this nature and she warrants respect on her handicap debut for the in-form Philip Kirby team. Deal Maker completes the shortlist.

Handicap-newcomer UNTHINKABLE could emerge as the chief player, with Unmistakeable appealing as the pick of the rest for minor honours.

The useful Breakable was a two-time Catterick winner for Tim Easterby and her third foal UNMISTAKEABLE earns the vote on nursery debut.


16:20 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 16f - 13 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(6) Carlton (11/1 -10%)
Carlton

11/1(-10%)
(6) Carlton 11/1, Sixth of 8 in handicap (9/2) at Beverley (12.1f, good to firm) 15 days ago. Significantly up in trip. Needs a couple of these to falter.
1-18; front-runner; respectable third to Red Force One at Redcar (1m6f) penultimate start..
1
1st (2) Achnamara (14/1 -40%)
Achnamara

14/1(-40%)
(2) Achnamara 14/1, Unreliable individual. Twelve runs since last win in 2022. 28/1, sixth of 8 in handicap at Chester (15.9f, good) 11 days ago. Chance if rediscovering old form.
Yet to win beyond 1m6f and on a lengthy losing sequence; continues to ease in the weights..
2
2nd (5) Lord Torranaga (7/1 -17%)
Lord Torranaga

7/1(-17%)
(5) Lord Torranaga 7/1, Course winner. Latest win here in May. Creditable fourth of 7 in handicap at Musselburgh (16f, good, 4/1) 7 days ago. One for the shortlist.
Beat Sugarpiehoneybunch in modest five-runner 1m6f (Class 6) here in May; sits 2lb higher..
3
3rd (8) Sam Sarphati (66/1 -915%)
Sam Sarphati

66/1(-915%)
(8) Sam Sarphati 66/1, Winner at Pontefract in June. Sixth of 9 in handicap at Redcar (14f, good to firm, 9/4) 18 days ago, unsuited by drop in trip. Can give a good account.
Beat Rory The Cat (third) at Pontefract last month; too keen at Redcar since; low mileage..
4
4th (10) Major Snugfit (66/1 -164%)
Major Snugfit

66/1(-164%)
(10) Major Snugfit 66/1, Course winner. Fifth of 9 in handicap at Redcar (14f, good to firm, 25/1) 18 days ago, well positioned. Something to find on form.
Ex Rebecca Menzies; closely aligned recent 1m6f Redcar form with Carlton and Sam Sarphati..
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5th (7) The Navigator (100/1 -3536%)
The Navigator

100/1(-3536%)
(7) The Navigator 100/1, Course winner. Eleven runs since last win in 2022. Very good second of 7 in handicap (7/2) at Hamilton (13.1f, good to firm) 21 days ago. Up in trip and in the mix.
Good account behind a progressive rival at Hamilton (1m5f) three weeks ago; workable mark..
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6th (4) Rory The Cat (100/1 -1329%)
Rory The Cat

100/1(-1329%)
(4) Rory The Cat 100/1, 5/1, sixth of 9 in handicap at Hamilton (13.1f, good) 13 days ago, unsuited by drop in trip. Back up in trip. Not taken lightly.
Ran well returning from wind surgery at Pontefract (2m1f; third to Sam Sarphati); chance..
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7th (11) Laudable (100/1 -900%)
Laudable

100/1(-900%)
(11) Laudable 100/1, 7/1, only fifth of 7 in handicap at Hamilton (13.1f, good to firm) 21 days ago. Up in trip. Enters calculations if back on his A-game.
Maiden (0-11); runner up at Ayr (1m5f) in May; form has dipped since; others more obvious..
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8th (9) Fond Farewell (50/1 -1150%)
Fond Farewell

50/1(-1150%)
(9) Fond Farewell 50/1, Good fourth of 17 in handicap at Navan (14f) 10 months ago on his final run for John Murphy. Has won when fresh so rates a big player off a handy mark on his first go at 2m for his new yard.
Limerick winner (1m3f) for John Joseph Murphy; prudent to consult the market after layoff..
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9th (12) Sugarpiehoneybunch (100/1 -525%)
Sugarpiehoneybunch

100/1(-525%)
(12) Sugarpiehoneybunch 100/1, Course winner. 17/2, below form 24¾ lengths sixth of 13 to Sam Sarphati in handicap at Pontefract (17.1f, good) 30 days ago. Fifteen runs since last win in 2023.
Reasonably consistent; work to do with Sam Sarphati and Rory The Cat from Pontefract..
10th
10th (1) Victoriano (66/1 -100%)
Victoriano

66/1(-100%)
(1) Victoriano 66/1, Tenth of 11 in handicap at this course (13.9f, good to firm, 22/1) 32 days ago. Others more persuasive.
Difficult to draw confidence from either of his two efforts this year; look elsewhere..
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11th (13) Coeur De Coeurs (150/1 -275%)
Coeur De Coeurs

150/1(-275%)
(13) Coeur De Coeurs 150/1, 66/1, last of 9 in handicap at Hamilton (12.1f, good to firm) 34 days ago. Significantly back up in trip with work to do.
Eight-race maiden; tailed-off last of nine at Hamilton (1m4f) recently; unappealing.
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12th (3) Gift Of Raaj (40/1 -60%)
Gift Of Raaj

40/1(-60%)
(3) Gift Of Raaj 40/1, Course winner. 18/1, tenth of 12 in handicap at Newcastle (16.2f). Off 6 months. Not easy to make a case for.
1lb higher than when scoring on Tapeta at Newcastle (2m; 28-1) last November; poor since..
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

16:20 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 16f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

Lord Torranaga has won twice before at this venue and commands respect despite having yet to win beyond 1m6f on the Flat. The Navigator holds a similar profile and is noted stepping back up in trip after a close second over 1m5f at Hamilton last month. However, RORY THE CAT is best when on the front end and could be hard to reel in if allowed to dominate on just his third start after wind surgery.

FOND FAREWELL looks to start life for his new yard on a good mark so is taken to begin in style on his first go over 2m. Course-scorer The Navigator is feared most ahead of Sam Sarphati and Rory The Cat who should both benefit from stepping back up in trip.

There is much to like about The Navigator (second choice) but, with rain forecast, the vote goes to Lucinda Russell's RORY THE CAT.


16:55 Catterick Handicap (Class 5) 7f - 9 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(8) Ingleby Ivy (18/1 -50%)
Ingleby Ivy

18/1(-50%)
(8) Ingleby Ivy 18/1, 20/1, twelfth of 14 in handicap at Doncaster (7f, good to firm) 11 days ago, slowly away. Claims if back to the form she showed on her penultimate outing.
Errant ways early on rendered last time's step up to 7f inconclusive; may not want rain.
(4) Never Fear (22/1 +12%)
Never Fear

22/1(+12%)
(4) Never Fear 22/1, 33/1 and cheekpieces on for 1st time, last of 8 in handicap at Newmarket (8f, good to firm) 19 days ago, hampered. Not firing at present.
3-4 and peak RPR of 80 on Tapeta, but best turf form pales next to those efforts.
1
1st (1) Zainabb (7/2 +30%)
Zainabb

7/2(+30%)
(1) Zainabb 7/2, 11/1, eighth of 10 in handicap at Kempton (7f) 42 days ago. Should get back on track and she's still not fully exposed.
Southwell form of two runs back has worked out well; this is easier; may not want rain.
2
2nd (3) Puella Law (10/3 -11%)
Puella Law

10/3(-11%)
(3) Puella Law 10/3, 1 win from 3 runs this year. Winner at Beverley in May. Fifth of 7 in handicap (5/2) at Beverley (8.4f, good to soft) 22 days ago, unable to sustain effort. Still one to have in mind.
Holding form at Beverley this year win or lose; will mind the rain less than some here.
3
3rd (2) Heartwarmer (12/1 -433%)
Heartwarmer

12/1(-433%)
(2) Heartwarmer 12/1, Lightly-raced winner. Seventh of 10 in handicap at Newbury (8f, good to firm, 5/2) 27 days ago. Hood on 1st time. Looked promising prior to latest effort and she's worth a chance to get back on the up.
Has sufficient quality to get back on track following a relative flop latest; hood goes on.
4
4th (9) Without Flaw (5/1 -11%)
Without Flaw

5/1(-11%)
(9) Without Flaw 5/1, 11/1, creditable fourth of 12 in handicap at Thirsk (7f, good to firm) 16 days ago. Should give another good account.
Won't mind rain, but doesn't quite see out 7f; surprising if nothing stays on stronger.
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5th (6) Kindest Nation (12/1 -33%)
Kindest Nation

12/1(-33%)
(6) Kindest Nation 12/1, Winner at Southwell in March. Seventh of 8 in handicap at Newmarket (8f, good to firm, 12/1) 19 days ago. Cheekpieces on 1st time. Not dismissed.
7f Tapeta winner but weakening efforts at that trip and 1m most recently; headgear added.
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6th (7) Leveret (50/1 -257%)
Leveret

50/1(-257%)
(7) Leveret 50/1, 3/1, last of 6 in handicap at Newcastle (7.1f). Off 176 days. Makes turf debut. Something to prove at present.
Should take to turf, but does need to settle better if she's to cash in on her lowest mark.
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7th (5) Hiya Honey (66/1 -164%)
Hiya Honey

66/1(-164%)
(5) Hiya Honey 66/1, Lightly-raced maiden. Last of 10 in handicap (33/1) at Newmarket (7f, good to firm) 18 days ago. Others are more persuasive.
Well treated on her sole piece of creditable form (7f, soft; RPR 79); all rain welcome.
LTO Selection:hiden content, hiden content, hiden content, hiden content

16:55 Catterick Handicap (Class 5) 7f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 5 race.

Without Flaw has performed well in defeat lately and, from the foot of the handicap, she's respected given her recent form has a solid look. Zainabb has faced stiffer tests and also rates a key player dropped in class. Nevertheless, Beverley maiden winner PUELLA LAW is open to further progression and could be worth siding with on these terms with the drop back in trip likely to suit.

HEARTWARMER was shaping up well prior to her latest effort at Newbury and, up against more exposed types, she's fancied to prove herself better than a mark of 75. Without Flaw should give her running again and Puella Law is another one likely to put a poor effort behind her.

Significant rain would not inconvenience Heartwarmer or especially PUELLA LAW (nap), and they're favoured in reverse order.


17:30 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 7f - 10 Run Class & Speed Card

Info Form Odds Key Rating Ability Rating Horse Pace Prediction A.I Rating Movement Class Runs LTO Speed Top Speed WSR TF Rating Course Going Distance Timespeed OR Tips Win % Place % Betfair Place % Weight Runs Age Comments
(4) Inspiring Speeches (11/2 +61%)
Inspiring Speeches

11/2(+61%)
(4) Inspiring Speeches 11/2, Creditable sixth of 11 in handicap (16/1) at Wetherby (7f, good to soft) 29 days ago. Cheekpieces on 1st time. Something to find on form.
Seven-race maiden; juvenile promise but form has dipped this year; cheekpieces and gelded..
(8) Arlington (20/1 -25%)
Arlington

20/1(-25%)
(8) Arlington 20/1, Winner at Newcastle in March. Eighth of 11 in handicap at Thirsk (6f, good, 28/1) 7 days ago. Cheekpieces on 1st time. Others make more appeal.
Made all at Newcastle (6f; from 2lb lower) in March; poor since; cheekpieces now applied..
1
1st (5) Sir Garfield (15/2 -7%)
Sir Garfield

15/2(-7%)
(5) Sir Garfield 15/2, Lightly-raced maiden. 18/1 and blinkered for 1st time, respectable fourth of 12 in handicap at Redcar (7f, good to firm) 19 days ago. Needs to take a step forward.
Respectable fourth in blinkers at Redcar (7f) recently; possible that can be built upon..
2
2nd (7) Profiteer (6/4 +14%)
Profiteer

6/4(+14%)
(7) Profiteer 6/4, Career best when winning 9-runner handicap at Thirsk (7f, good to firm, 11/1) 16 days ago, staying on well. More to come and he looks capable of following up.
Narrow winner at Thirsk (7f) last time; should hold every chance from a 2lb higher mark..
3
3rd (1) Last Applause (100/1 -614%)
Last Applause

100/1(-614%)
(1) Last Applause 100/1, C&D winner. Ninth of 13 in handicap at Newcastle (7.1f, 28/1) 13 days ago. Visor on 1st time. Needs the headgear to perk her up.
C&D novice winner (October); hasn't kicked on since; easing mark in a change of headgear..
4
4th (10) Calafrio (5/1 -122%)
Calafrio

5/1(-122%)
(10) Calafrio 5/1, 10/3, good second of 11 in handicap at Thirsk (6f, good) 7 days ago, running on. Shortlist material.
Maiden (0-11); knocking firmly on door over 6f at Thirsk lately; highest on the shortlist..
5th
5th (3) The Bobster (14/1 -133%)
The Bobster

14/1(-133%)
(3) The Bobster 14/1, Thrice-raced maiden. Eighth of 12 in maiden (33/1) at Ripon (6f, good) 21 days ago. May do better now upped in trip for handicap debut, so merits respect.
Low-key since fair debut fourth at Beverley (5f, soft) last September; handicap debut..
6th
6th (6) Lady Phoebe (100/1 -203%)
Lady Phoebe

100/1(-203%)
(6) Lady Phoebe 100/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 20/1, last of 13 in handicap at Newcastle (7.1f) 13 days ago. Makes turf debut. Something to prove.
Last of 13 at Newcastle (7f; h'cap debut); switches to turf for first time; monitor only..
7th
7th (2) Dandy Lichious (100/1 -203%)
Dandy Lichious

100/1(-203%)
(2) Dandy Lichious 100/1, Winner at Dundalk in March. 28/1, last of 7 in handicap at Ayr (7.2f, good to firm) 18 days ago, slowly away. Others make more appeal.
Dundalk winner (7f, claimer) in March; failed to figure in three starts for this trainer..
8th
8th (9) Joons Dream (100/1 -525%)
Joons Dream

100/1(-525%)
(9) Joons Dream 100/1, Lightly-raced maiden. 10/1, last of 8 in handicap at Wolverhampton (7.2f). Off 117 days.
No obvious signs of ability (0-4); back from four-month break; safer options lie elsewhere.
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17:30 Catterick Handicap (Class 6) 7f Race Class Flow

The chart reads from right to left to today's class 6 race.

PROFITEER has thrived since being gelded/contesting handicaps and, having won doggedly at Thirsk last month, there could be a lot more to come from the Tim Easterby-trained son of Profitable now he has proven himself to be effective over this trip. From the bottom of the handicap, Calafrio rates the chief danger returning to this distance after two near misses in 6f sprints, while Sir Garfield and Arlington, who sports first-time cheekpieces, are others to consider.

PROFITEER upped his game and showed a good attitude to score at Thirsk last time so, for all that he's faced with softer conditions, he's capable of going in again at the possible expense of Calafrio, who ran well in the first division of that race. The Bobster is one to keep an eye on in the betting switched to handicaps for the first time.

The form book suggests that the pair to concentrate on are Profiteer and CALAFRIO. Phil Kirby's filly receives a narrow vote.


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