16:10 Stratford Racecard - 19th May 2019
Sunday 19th May 2019
14:25 - Stratford (R) 15:00 - Stratford (R) 15:35 - Stratford (R) 16:10 - Stratford (R) 16:45 - Stratford (R) 17:20 - Stratford (R) 17:55 - Stratford (R)
13:45 - Market Rasen (R) 14:15 - Market Rasen (R) 14:50 - Market Rasen (R) 15:25 - Market Rasen (R) 16:00 - Market Rasen (R) 16:35 - Market Rasen (R) 17:10 - Market Rasen (R) 17:45 - Market Rasen (R)
14:00 - Ripon (R) 14:35 - Ripon (R) 15:10 - Ripon (R) 15:45 - Ripon (R) 16:20 - Ripon (R) 16:55 - Ripon (R) 17:30 - Ripon (R) 18:00 - Ripon (R)
Stratford Parks Handicap Chase
- 5YO plus, 5 Runners
- Winner £5,198, 2nd £1,526, 3rd £763, 4th £382
- Distance 2m 213y
- Going Good
Won Last Time Out
Ran Within 30 Days
Order By Odds
11 yrs, 11-12
1 TipWinner of four chases and a point-to-point from 2m to 3m on good to firm and good ground. Third of 4 behind Savello beaten 20l at 2-1jt-fav on his latest outing in a chase at Southwell over 2m (soft) in March.
T J O'Brien
J L Flint
9 yrs, 11-10
3 TipsWinner of three hurdle races and two chases from 2m to 2m 4f on ground varying from good to firm to good to soft. A winner at 5-1 in a chase at Worcester over 2m 4f (good to soft) on his latest outing earlier this month, beating What A Laugh by 1/2l.
5 yrs, 11-9
2 TipsA winner of a chase at 2m 4f on good to firm ground. Third of 7 behind Darcy Ward beaten 7l at 25-1 on his latest outing in a chase at Exeter over 2m 3f (good) last month.
Alexander The Grey
8 yrs, 11-7
1 TipPlaced in three hurdle races and two chases from 19 starts. Fell at the last when 9-4fav over this course and distance (good) in a chase won by Ontopoftheworld in September last year on his latest outing.
Mr Shane Quinlan
D L Williams
8 yrs, 10-3
3 TipsHe has won a hurdle race, two chases and a point-to-point from 2m 4f to 3m on good ground. A winner at 3-1 in a chase at Plumpton over 2m 4f (good) on his latest outing last month, beating Don Des Fosses by 2 1/4l.
View Race Verdict And 10 Tips
The Sportsman's Verdict
Hat-trick seeking Mister Mister would have an obvious chance if lining up but he was declared to run at Uttoxeter on Saturday, so the vote goes to ALEXANDER THE GREY. The eight-year-old held a narrow advantage when a last-fence faller on his latest outing over C&D in September and he is sure to go close if arriving in the same form on his reappearance. Recent Worcester scorer Cillian's Well cannot be ruled out either.