20:55 Kempton Wed 23 May 2018
Couple of wins in 2016, over 7f and 5½f, failed to hit the heights last year but does return from absence dropped in class.
A 13-race maiden, she has gone close a couple of times earlier this year at Lingfield, both over a mile in maiden/handicap company. Dropping to a workable mark and booking of champion jockey noted.
Former C&D winner but now 10-years-old and signs of wear and tear, has failed to beat a rival home in two most recent starts either side of a layoff, though does drop in grade here.
Six-time course winner, held in two recent outing here over 7f/1m, the blinkers are brought back today and wouldn't need to have a dramatic effect to see him in the firing line.
Not won since November 2016 (7f Wolverhampton maiden for William Haggas) and has left David O'Meara for this trainer over the winter break. Must improve, worth a check starting out for new connections.
Not the easiest ride for a claimer but he went well at Brighton for this one on his return from 6 months off recently. Remains 5lb below his last winning mark and could go close if wide draw doesn't halt him.
A while since he's been able to showcase his best form, ran another poor race at Lingfield over a mile recently. Needs to bounce back and has a wide stall to overcome.
16-race maiden, ran one of his best races over a mile here when last spotted in October. Has undergone a wind operation in the interim and worth a check in the betting on seasonal bow.
Former C&D winner, string of poor runs now however, including over track and trip in February. Doesn't appeal on that showing.
Winner at Wolverhampton in February over 7f and has continued to go well since, including here earlier in the month when only 2L away in sixth of 13 behind Fortune And Glory. Should be competitive.
Only had five starts and opened account over C&D this month, getting up late in the piece under this rider. Only gone up 2lb and could be capable of defying that assessment.
No wins in eight starts, all of them on the AW. Has a couple of bits of form which suggests she can be competitive but others are holding stronger claims.
Danehill Dancer filly was just foiled in 6f Windsor maiden on debut last year. She hasn't built on that but retains the scope for doing better things. First run for new trainer.
Unpredictable sort, won at Bath (5½f, soft) on final start last year and went close on the AW at Lingfield on reappearance having gone off 33/1. Duly ran poor race since at Windsor. Cheekpieces restored, remains frustrating.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H MorrisonJ: Charlie Bennett|
Multitask (3/1), Fortune And Glory (7/2), Chetan (13/2), Red Gunner (8/1), Yogiyogiyogi (10/1), Viola Park (11/1), Narjes (11/1), Charleston Belle (12/1), Perfect Pastime (25/1), Sarangoo (33/1), Duke Of North (33/1), Wild Dancer (33/1), Topology (33/1), Ross Raith Rover (40/1)
- Fortune And Glory
- Viola Park
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