Plumpton races live: Trackman reports with all the latest betting news, results, tips and snippets from the Sussex track.

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    Jack Keene3 weeks agoSeptember 22, 2019

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    That's another one for the pin-stickers…..

    Phil York is better known as a big gun in the point-to-point field but wont have ridden many easier winners than 28-1 shot Magen's Moon who ran away with Plumpton's finale.

    Yorky owns, trains and rode the winner and was probably the least surprised man on the track by her runaway win, saying:

    “It isn't a big shock to me……I thought she'd do that at Fontwell last time!

    “She was running away down the back and is a mare with loads of pace.”

    Young Kielan Woods took a pearler of an unseat from Andaleep but gave a thumbs-up as he went to weigh-in. Bar a few bumps and bruises he looks in good order.

    That's more than can be said for the potless Billy Bunters trudging back to Plumpton's railway station to catch the rattler home.

    They've had a proper mauling today and I reckon the refreshments cart will double busy as several sorrows are drowned!

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    Jack Keene3 weeks agoSeptember 22, 2019

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    There's late money for Gin And Tonic (8-1 to 6-1) in Plumpton's 5.15

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    Jack Keene3 weeks agoSeptember 22, 2019

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    There were bemused faces all round after 20-1 poke Noble Saffron steamrolled the opposition from the home bend to nick the Core Spreads Novices' Handicap Chase at Plumpton.

    Gary Moore's luckless Goldslinger finished third and the great man furrowed his brow, nudged me and nodded toward the winner saying:

    “How do you work that out….it was a stone out of the weights!”

    Winning jockey Brendan Powell looked like a fella who'd dropped a dime and picked up a dollar as he went to weigh-in and said:

    “To be honest that was a bit of a shock.

    “He's a big horse for a four-year-old but hadn't shown much and was a bit careful when we schooled him over fences.

    “He didn't do anything wrong here though…..I'd say it was a very pleasant surprise!”

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    Jack Keene3 weeks agoSeptember 22, 2019

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    Who says size matters…..

    Only four lined-up for Plumpton's fourth but Young Wolf had to dig deep all the way up the straight before chinning Sizing Granite after the last.

    Young Jonjo O'Neill Jr reckons the winner could be off down the travel agents in the morning, saying:

    “He's a lovely little horse and did well there but I think he might need a break .

    “He's been on the go since last spring and, while he might handle winter ground, I think a rest would help.

    “I know he's not the biggest, but he's been schooled over fences and is pretty nimble. I'm sure he'll make a chaser.”

    Meanwhile, the Gary Moore team are out in force and reckon we should keep an eye on Whistler Bowl in the last at Kempton Park tomorrow night.

    Hector Crouch was gutted when this big girl was beaten at Goodwood last time and is adamant the track didn't suit.

    There will be no excuses on that score this time and it's a pound to a penny that she'll run a massive race.

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    Jack Keene3 weeks agoSeptember 22, 2019

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    That was a Placepot buster…….

    The market got it badly wrong in Plumpton's fourth where market leaders Local Affair and Highway To Success finished unplaced behind 20-1 shot Limelighter.

    Mystic Meg and Nostradamus are still struggling to work out how the winner got home in front, but jockey Marc Goldstein had a valid explanation, saying:

    “The ground was just too soft for him at Newton Abbot last time – he was a different horse on this quicker surface.

    “The race unfolded perfectly and he did it well in the end.”

    Runner-up Brambledown kept the smile on Josh Moore's face – “That was a solid run for an inexperienced horse…..he can improve” – but there were some disconsolate faces in Suzi Best's camp.

    Her Highway To Success was a proper money magnet and, judged by the long faces in the unsaddling enclosure, the dough was most definitely down!

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