15:55 Yarmouth Wed 23 May 2018
Twice a winner on turf but well beaten over an extended 1m3f at Windsor (good) on seasonal debut a month ago. Return to this trip in his favour.
Held in three starts since returning to the Flat and fitted with a visor for the first time in this contest.
Finished a close third over 1m6f on the AW at Chelmsford when wearing a visor for the first time last month. Well held subsequently and cheekpieces are tried for the first time in this.
Maiden after 23 starts and well held over 1m at Kempton last time out. Probably best watched on his first try at this trip.
Victorious in a 2m handicap at Chepstow (good-to-firm) on his debut for this yard recently. One for the shortlist under a penalty.
Successful twice over 1m4f at Wolverhampton last month. Failed to beat a rival home over this trip at the same venue last time out however.
Winner of three of his four starts for this yard in 2016/17 but held since including on his first start since a wind operation last time.
Unplaced in all seven starts to date including on seasonal debut at Salisbury (1m6f, heavy) last time out. Better ground forecast here should suit.
Career best effort in finishing fourth in first time cheekpieces (retained) over 1m4f at Brighton (good-to-soft) earlier this month. More needed here.
Well held in three starts since finishing a promising fifth at wolverhampton in February. Others make more appeal racing from out of the handicap.
Placed on good ground over 1m2f in the Channel Islands last August. Held in three starts this term and races from out of the handicap on first start since wind surgery.
Last Year's Winner
|12||Graceful Lady||4||9-6||4/1||Full Result|
|T: R EdderyJ: J F Egan|
Bailarico (4/6), What A Party (6/1), Kerre (13/2), Max Liebermann (7/1), Malt Teaser (12/1), Shan Dun Na Ngall (12/1), Caracas (12/1), Strictly Art (25/1), Artic Nel (25/1), Oyster Card (25/1), Diana Lady (25/1), Mistress Viz (33/1), Navajo Grey (33/1), Cecilator (50/1), Ripper Street (66/1)
- What A Party
- Shan Dun Na Ngall
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