Sustained support for Lincoln’s dark horse in UK debut | horse racing news

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David O'Meara: trains the scheming gelding Darkness

David O’Meara: trains the scheming gelding Darkness

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By Maddy Playle

The aptly named Darkness has received sustained support in her British debut in the feature film SBK Lincoln (3.35) at Doncaster.

The four-year-old gelding is 8-1 from 12-1 on Friday night and is something of an unknown as he hasn’t been seen since finishing bottom of six at the Listed Prix Ridgeway at Longchamp in June.

Siyouni’s son won a Listed race two years ago and the British handicap has given him a mark of 95.

His new trainer, David O’Meara, won this race with another stable rookie in 2017 and has a brilliant record with French exports. Lord Glitters, Suedois and Mondialiste won Group 1 after joining the coach.


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Multiple Group 1 winner Lord Glitters previously trained in France.

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Darkness is owned by Akela Thoroughbreds Limited who, like O’Meara, are also represented by last year’s third Hortzadar. The 25-1 shot is 9 pounds lower this time.

Modern News and Mujtaba share the favoritism at the top of the market at 4-1, with only Saleymm shorter than Darkness at 6-1.

The ground is good to soft with the GoingStick reading 6.4 at 6:30 am Weather is forecast to be mild and sunny.


market movers

Ludus (1.30 Kempton)
16-1 of 28-1

Solomon’s Seal (4.10 Doncaster)
25-1 from 80-1

spicy dubai (4.21 Kelso)
17-2 of 12-1


not runners

Doncaster
1.15 I still have faith

Kelso
1.00 Cliffs of Dooneen
3.15 Cancan

Stratford
2.18 All Paris
2.53 Seaman

Kempton
2.40 Finniston Farm


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