17:30 Goodwood Sun 10 June 2018
- NSPCC Together For Childhood Handicap (Class 5)
- 7f, Good to Firm (Good in places - Watering)
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Just one win from seven starts for Michael Bell and shown very little in two starts for this yard. Hard to imagine this drop in trip is the answer. Wears first-time tongue-tie.
Improved from debut to win at Windsor last year. Well beaten towards the end of last season at Newbury though and struggled on handicap debut at Chester last time. Others preferred.
Won over 6f here on second start but very inconsistent subsequently and not managed to get his head back in front. Suspicion he's fairly handicapped if managing to put it all together.
Still yet to win in 11 starts and handicapper refusing to give him much slack after some respectable efforts in defeat. Looks vulnerable to anything progressive here.
A maiden after five starts, he ran well at Chelmsford on seasonal return but has disappointed twice since including handicap debut last time at York. More needed here.
Improved from his two year-old form when a winner on return at Windsor and produced a respectable effort in defeat at Salisbury last time, staying on well late. Dropped 1lb and step up in trip likely to suit.
Still a maiden after six AW starts and makes turf debut here. Has shown ability but will need to improve in first-time cheekpieces to play any sort of part.
A maiden after five starts and only shown bits of ability. Best effort came on soft ground and opposable on that basis. Wears first-time cheekpieces.
Won a maiden at Lingfield last year but shown very little in four starts for his new yard and developed a habit of missing the break on recent starts.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Cyrus Dallin||3||9-7||33/1||Full Result|
|T: W R MuirJ: M Dwyer|
Quick Breath (9/4), Austin Powers (9/4), Lamya (9/2), Lord Vetinari (7/1), Scenery (8/1), Royal Household (11/1), Ragstone Road (33/1), Passing Clouds (33/1), Sheriff (50/1)
- Quick Breath
- Austin Powers
- Royal Household
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