18:45 Kempton Fri 26 January 2018
Ten-race maiden who had produced two decent runs for this yard prior to a poorer effort last time in a hood. Those aids removed and so hard to dismiss in an uncompetitive heat.
18-race maiden who will be racing off a career low mark. Has some pieces of form that make some appeal, but he appears better at Salisbury and Lingfield and yet to prove he stays this far.
Winner of eight races for Declan Carroll but has been well beaten on all eight AW starts. New yard have been experimenting with his trips lately and his mark has dropped dramatically.
Won a couple for Jonathan Portman but well beaten on all starts for her new yard, including last five. Last run was first for six months and worth a check in the market for a race that will take little winning.
Dual C&D winner whose mark has been dropping like a stone. Has not promised to turn things around any time soon, but a return to this track could do the trick. Jockey booking looks significant.
Winner at Ffos Las during the summer who has become better treated in recent outings. The stable have been through a barren spell, but there have been some positive signs lately.
Soft ground winner in Germany and his best run over here came on a similar surface. There was some promise in a low grade affair at Lingfield last time and this is no better. The slightly slower surface here could help him find more.
Without a win since May 2013 and recent efforts have failed to indicate the drought will be over soon.
Last Year's Winner
Rowlestonerendezvu (2/1), Genuine Approval (7/2), Relevant (7/2), Famous Dynasty (13/2), Solveig's Song (7/1), Makhfar (16/1), Miningrocks (20/1), Aspasius (33/1), Sunset Bounty (50/1)
- Solveig's Song
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