'Jaconet in very good form and trip, ground and track should suit'.
Jeremy Gask, trainer of Street Power See Horse in Focus, right Henry Candy, trainer of Dark Mischief "He's in very good form. He has been gelded since his last run and I'm hoping for a nice run from him."
Gary Moore, trainer of Sir Edwin Landseer "He was very disappointing last time on grass, but ran very well the last time on the all-weather, so I am just hoping that he will run like that again."
John Best, trainer of Alfresco and Asaint Needs Brass "Alfresco ran a bit too free at Newmarket last time out. He's back at Lingfield, which he likes, and hopefully he'll run well. He's just high enough in the weights." William Knight, trainer of Desert Icon "He came out of his last race at Newmarket fine and he has a good draw. He tends to lug left a bit, so the left-handed track should suit him. He's got a good chance."
4.50 Lingfield Felbridge Handicap 1m2f Live on ATR Card page 57 Key stat Richard Hills (Mutamaashi) is 11-31 for William Haggas this season What they say Angus Gold, racing manager to Hamdam Al Maktoum, owner of Mutamaashi and Almuktahem "Mutamaashi likes soft ground and that's why he's running on the all-weather. He looked like being a nice horse, but he has been running on firm ground, which hasn't suited him. Almuktahem won quite nicely at Lingfield but was a little disappointing last time at Chester." Saeed Bin Suroor, trainer of Bab Al Salam "He's working well, really nicely, and is ready to go. We are looking to see a good run from him."
Oliver Cole, assistant to Paul Cole, trainer of Stan's Cool Cat "She's in great form and working very well. Her draw will really suit her and we are expecting a good run from her." Ed Dunlop, trainer of Satwa Gold See story, page 4 8.50 Kempton Celtic Contractors Handicap 1m3f Live on RUK Card page 68 Key stat Sir Michael Stoute (Bugaku) is 4-15 with his 3yo handicappers at Kempton What they say Chris Wall, trainer of Heron Bay "His last few runs have been to a solid level. Off his rating there aren't many opportunities on turf, so we thought we'd take this chance for a run on the all-weather. This looks a good opportunity. He trains on Polytrack and the track shouldn't be an issue."
Anton Pearson, assistant trainer of Safari Sunup "He's been a bit disappointing, in that he's not won this year, though he's run a decent race each time. You'd have to question how resolute he is, but we still go there hopeful."
Andrew Balding, trainer of Pinch Of Salt "He's in great form and is a course-anddistance winner. The handicapper's given him a chance."
Charlie Hills, assistant trainer of Jabal Tariq "He ran well the last time he ran at Kempton. We know he enjoys the track and that he goes well on the allweather."
David Simcock, trainer of Sounds Of Jupiter "He's won his last two but has gone up 20lb for doing so. He is effectively 2lb well in, but this is a totally different kettle of fish. He's won egg-and-spoon races the last twice, but these guys are much better.
"That said, he's in very good order, he's enjoyed aggressive tactics and we think Kempton will suit. We'll find out more about him here."
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||Sep 4, 2009|
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