17:50 Windsor Mon 11 June 2018
- Bateaux Windsor's Restaurant Cruise Experiences Handicap (Class 4)
- 5f 21y, Good to Firm (Good in places, Watered)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Won over C&D last year and went close again last Monday, beaten just half a length in similar contest. Runs off same mark an no reason why he shouldn't go close once again.
Won at Lingfield AW in April and again on soft ground at Nottingham six weeks ago. Not disgraced in either outing since and was hampered here last time. Yard does very well here so has claims.
Two wins in juvenile novice events at the end of last season and made a good start this term finishing third in decent Chester handicap. The winner, who received 7lb, has won again since so form is strong. Sure to figure.
4-11 on AW, but 0-11 on turf . Beaten just a length in good York handicap penultimate start and now 2lb lower, but tends to find one or two too good on this surface.
Won both starts as a juvenile in spring 2017 but was absent over a year before reappearing at Bath last month. Better effort latest over C&D and may be coming to hand so certainly worth a market check.
Beverley novice winner last term and looked set to get involved when hampered 1f out at Thirsk in April. Should strip fitter now and both yard and jockey in good form at present
Off the mark on third start winning over 6f at Chelmsford in January and again at Lingfield in April. Switching back to turf now so something of an unknown quantity back in trip. Yard does well and not without a hope.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Mabs Cross||3||8-10||7/2||Full Result|
|T: M DodsJ: P Mulrennan|
Awesome (2/1), Nine Below Zero (2/1), Rock of Estonia (5/1), Lord Riddiford (10/1), Joegogo (10/1), Dotted Swiss (16/1), Global Academy (16/1), Kath's Lustre (25/1)
- Nine Below Zero
- Rock of Estonia
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