Judicial clings on to claim Charge success at Sandown

Julie Camacho’s runner lands Group Three prize in tight finish

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Judicial repelled the late thrust of Muthmir to claim top honours in the Coral Charge at Sandown.

A field of 10 runners went to post for the five-furlong dash, with Julie Camacho’s Judicial the 4-1 favourite having impressed in a conditions race at Beverley on his latest appearance.

The six-year-old was given a nice tow into the race from the front-running Mirza and took over the lead racing inside the final furlong.

Muthmir, who was lining up on the back of a confidence-boosting Listed success at Haydock, was doing his best work at the finish, but Judicial was always doing enough to hold on and claimed the Group Three prize by a neck under Paul Mulrennan.

Veteran sprinter Mirza, a 50-1 shot, boxed on well to finish third.

Samantha Brown, the trainer’s daughter, said: “She (mum) will be so pleased. She is at home doing the other racehorses.

“I’m still at school doing my A-Levels. I only broke up yesterday and it was a 4.30 start this morning to come down.

“He travels so well (in races). Finally a gap came for him, which it doesn’t seem to in better races.

“He is aiming for the Nunthorpe and he has got the Sapphire Stakes in Ireland in between.”

Judicial clings on to claim Charge success at Sandown
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