14:35 Redcar Mon 21 May 2018
10-race maiden but has placed five times. Joined current yard in February and went close debut over 6f at Wolverhampton AW. Third latest over 5f at Musselburgh and eased 2lb for this. Jockey booking catches the eye.
Four runs last summer for David O'Meara showing some ability although ultimately disappointing. Absent since July and joined current yard in March making modest debut for at Newcastle. Eased 4lb now and drops back in trip.
Landed 6f Wolverhampton AW handicap in decent fashion in April and not disgraced on return visit off 6lb higher mark when fifth there recently. Quick ground should suit so worth a market check.
Showed little on turf last term but has been consistent on AW since January going close on a number of occasions over 5f. Fit and well but ability to handle this surface is a concern.
Off the mark at the 13th time of asking when winning at Newcastle AW over this trip last time out. 3lb higher but remains feasibly handicapped back on turf and should be thereabouts.
Hinted at ability in novice events last season but ran poorly on handicap bow at Ripon last month on soft ground. Better surface may well help and top yard very much respected so could go well off 3lb lower mark.
Three runs in AW novice events this winter doing best when fourth on latest start at Wolverhampton. Makes handicap debut off very modest mark so a good show is by no means out of the question.
Regressive form in novice events and handicaps last season and underwent wind surgery in December. Showed speed until weakening inside final furlng at Bath recently on return and some imporvement would not surprise.
Didn't beat a horse home in first three starts and finished sixth in Beverley seller in first time blinkers recently. Connections try a visor now but looks of limited ability.
Very modest form in eight starts today and has never threatened to get seriously involved. 1lb out of the handicap and a victory would be a major shock on all known form.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S DixonJ: L Morris|
Revenge (3/1), Ingleby Molly (3/1), Furni Factors (4/1), Terri Rules (6/1), Super Florence (10/1), Mocead Cappall (12/1), Laith Alareen (14/1), Spanish Mane (16/1), Sitsi (40/1), Money For Luck (50/1)
- Super Florence
- Ingleby Molly
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