Today's racecards

Salisbury

  • 20:30 Picador Chevrolet Handicap1m 4f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 2m 41.36s
  • Off time: 20:30:43
20:30 Salisbury Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Curacao 11/2
2nd Mustajed 4/1

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (4) 116593 Black, White hoop, diabolo on sleeves, White cap Mustajed 8
Nag meDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
8 10-0 b B R Millman J Millman (3) 68 4/15.00
2 (2) 244-602 WHITE, RED seams, RED and WHITE quartered cap Seventh Cavalry (IRE) 13
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4 9-13 A King J Fortune 61 4/15.00
3 (5) 0763-6 White and Yellow stripes, Black cap Yvonne Evelyn (USA) 19
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4 9-10 J Gask C Lindop 62 10/111.00
4 (6) 32-1719 LIGHT BLUE, BLACK seams, LIGHT BLUE sleeves, hooped cap Majehar 46
Nag meDistance Winner
7 9-9 A G Newcombe R Havlin 64 16/117.00
5 (7) 3-33422 Emerald Green, Black collar, cuffs and cap Bagber 29
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3 9-8 H J L Dunlop S Drowne 73 11/43.75
6 (1) 666-235 Black and White diabolo, White sleeves, Black armlets, Black and White quartered cap Curacao 51
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3 9-5 Mrs A J Perrett Jim Crowley 70 11/26.50
7 (3) 432113 Black, Yellow spots, Yellow sleeves, Black spots, Black cap, Yellow star Screaming Brave 12
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3 8-13 M R Channon T E Durcan 64 9/25.50

Verdict

This looks a good opportunity for SEVENTH CAVALRY who is taken to get the better of Screaming Brave and Bagber. Alan King's 4-year-old finished second behind Merrymadcap over 1m2f last time and he wasn't stopping at the finish. This slightly longer trip should play to his strengths and he can the pick up the winning thread. Screaming Brave has been in good form of late but the handicapper looked as though he might have caught up with him at Pontefract last time and he could be worth taking on today. Bagber ran well on his handicap debut at Sandown last time and with this longer trip expected to play to his strengths he can also go well. Mustajed has won over the course and distance but he is another who looks to be in the grip of the handicapper, and we will return to Seventh Cavalry as our idea of the winner.