Chester Race 4

  Horse Details Last 10 Career W% P% Avg $ Wgt Bar Best Odds
1
-9th
Silks:
Red, yellow stars on sleeves, red cap, yellow star

Owners:
Mr Brian Verinder
Absolute Ruler (USA)
D Nolan - J Candlish
xs76s031  5 1-0-1 20%  40%  $6,705 61 5
2
-9th
Silks:
Maroon, silver braid, maroon sleeves, silver armlets, black cap

Owners:
Mr Lit Lung Lee
Dig Two (IRE)
Dane O'Neill - H Palmer
x107s20211  9 3-2-0 33%  56%  $7,136 59 6
3
1st
Silks:
Black, white chevron, red sleeves, white stars, red cap, white star

Owners:
Mr V I Araci
Evocative Spark (IRE)
P Cosgrave - G Boughey
1912s2424  7 1-3-0 14%  57%  $3,873 58 2
4
2nd
Silks:
Light blue, dark blue armlets, dark blue cap

Owners:
Highclere Thoroughbred Racing - Oak Tr
Hebrides (IRE)
F Norton - W J Haggas
211s13  4 3-0-1 75%  100%  $8,114 57 1
5
-9th
Silks:
Black, yellow star, yellow sleeves, black stars

Owners:
Mr Nic Brereton
John The Baptist (IRE)
Alistair Rawlinson - M Appleby
xs08s81  4 1-0-0 25%  25%  $4,308 57 3
6
3rd
Silks:
Light blue, mauve cross of lorraine, light blue sleeves, grey stars, light blue cap, grey star

Owners:
Nick Hughes & Owen Promotions Ltd
Roman Dragon (GB)
S De Sousa - H Palmer
342s670211  10 2-3-0 20%  50%  $4,219 55 7
7
4th
Silks:
Dark green and emerald green (quartered), white sleeves and cap

Owners:
Mr M Mudhoo
Giewont (IRE)
J F Egan - Darryll Holland
44163115s5  10 3-1-1 30%  50%  $2,999 54 4

Runner Comments

1. Absolute RulerA winner at 1m on the all-weather. Beaten 14l behind Piz Badile at 40-1 when seventh of 9 on his latest outing in the Group 3 P.W. McGrath Memorial Ballysax Stakes at Leopardstown over 1m 2f (good) in April. He is wearing a tongue-tie for the first time. Having his first run for a new stable today.
2. Dig TwoHe has won three times from 5f to 7f on good to firm and good ground and on the all-weather. A winner at 85-40 at Musselburgh over 7f (good) on his latest outing earlier this month, beating Aasser by a neck.
3. Evocative SparkHas won at Beverley and placed once this campaign. Has plenty of early speed and a likely leader. Serious player.
4. HebridesWinner of three in a row after last start win at Newbury. Has a lot of early speed. Donít dismiss.
5. John The BaptistA winner at 7f on good ground. Beaten 17l behind Markaz Paname at 14-1 when last of 10 on his latest outing at Naas over 7f (yielding) in March. Having his first run for a new stable today, previously with J A Stack in Ireland.
6. Roman DragonPlaced in first start this prep and goes well at Chester. Has plenty of early speed and a likely leader. Can surprise.
7. GiewontHas three wins from seven attempts this campaign. Capable of racing on speed and returns to shorter trip. Place.