14:25 Catterick Thu 24 May 2018
Shown no worthwhile form since August 2016 (when with Gay Kelleway). Well beaten on his return to action from a lengthy break at Hamilton last week (5f); no chance at these weights.
Looks capable of winning a small race somewhere (0 from 9), and appeared to adapt well enough to the switch to racing on turf at Bath earlier this month (5½f). Might ideally require a longer trip.
Entitled to have needed her seasonal return at Thirsk in April (6f), and that form was loosely boosted with the fourth placed horse Eeh Bah Gum winning earlier this week. Possibilities on her previous AW effort, but needs to improve a fraction.
Showed little for previous trainer Luke McJannet, and no stronger since switched to the care of John Ryan. Very lowly rated, so requires the first time visor to have a transformational impact.
Now a ten race maiden and was a beaten favourite in a similar race at Beverley recently (5f good to firm). Nevertheless, is very much respected in this grade based on her previous effort at Bath (5½f). Solid contender.
Beaten 1L by Moonlit Sands in a 5f Beverley seller earlier this month (Ce De Nullis fourth) and not disgraced in a stronger race at Ripon since. However, her prominent style of racing tends to make her vulnerable at the finish; hence a 0/14 record.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Rebecca MenziesJ: Rowan Scott|
Letmestopyouthere (11/8), Duba Plains (2/1), Bibbidibobbidiboo (5/2), Sienna Says (10/3), Ce De Nullis (4/1), Calvin's Gal (50/1), King Of Castilla (150/1)
- Ce De Nullis
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