Astro King wins Cambridgeshire for Küblers

Daniel and Claire Kubler’s Astro King pounced late to land the bet365 Cambridgeshire under top-weight at Newmarket. The six-yar-old gelding was a 20-1…

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GB FLAT Current Season Jan 2023-Dec 2023

Charles Hills 51 362 14 £1,760,939
Clive Cox 49 387 13 £1,139,194
Owen Burrows 19 94 20 £1,043,495
Ed Walker 59 384 15 £1,034,919
Richard Hughes 41 302 14 £621,966
Daniel & Claire Kübler 18 133 14 £462,287
William Muir & Chris Grassick 18 162 11 £391,843
Dominic Ffrench Davis 18 154 12 £368,506
Roger Teal 19 199 10 £336,521
Henry Candy 13 81 16 £336,058
Tom Ward 21 165 13 £306,918
Jamie Osborne 28 266 11 £301,784
Jonathan Portman 17 217 8 £217,143
Tom Dascombe 10 144 7 £199,422
Stan Moore 15 175 9 £144,088
Mark Usher 14 182 8 £108,442
Sylvester Kirk 5 100 5 £45,397
Seamus Durack 0 35 0 £30,728
Ali Stronge 3 50 6 £25,621

GB JUMPS Current Season Apr 2023-Apr 2024

Nicky Henderson 15 82 18 £111,564
Jamie Snowden 11 65 17 £103,360
Warren Greatrex 5 34 15 £42,778
Oliver Signy 3 4 75 £16,488
Harry Derham 1 8 13 £6,251
Tom Dascombe 1 2 50 £5,632
Dominic Ffrench Davis 1 2 50 £3,750
Daniel & Claire Kübler 0 2 0 £1,508
Ali Stronge 0 2 0 £0
Seamus Durack 0 2 0 £0

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8:30 Chelmsford City, 30th September

Q Twenty Boy

Mark Usher

Neither getting any younger but both well handicapped, well drawn and are very well. Should both go close (Arlecchino’s Gift 2nd 33/1).

PRICE 10/1
3:40 Newmarket, 30th September

Astro King

Daniel & Claire Kübler

Astro King looks to have several things in his favour here, a good draw and decent ground. He’s trained beautifully into this off the back of a good win at the Ebor Meeting. A strong pace will suit now all we need is a bit of luck in this hugely competitive race.

PRICE 20/1
4:50 Warwick, 25th September

Sea The Clouds

Jamie Snowden

Sea the Clouds won a bumper and a novice hurdle on his hurdling debut last summer, and has been placed lots since. He appreciated going up to 2m4 when narrowly denied the time before last, and won well last time out when things didn't go his way. Up another 4lbs, he's got to improve off a career high mark, but the step up to 3m1 might well unlock some more progress.

PRICE 100/30
5:40 Chepstow, 4th September

Emperor’s Clothes

Richard Hughes

Emperor’s Clothes ran a nice race last time to finish second, a repeat of that should see him run well.


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Daniel Kubler with Astro King after victory in the Cambridgeshire Handicap at Newmarket. Photo: Steve Davies
Daniel Kubler with Astro King after victory in the Cambridgeshire Handicap at Newmarket. Photo: Steve Davies