16:20 Chelmsford City Wed 13 June 2018
Four-time scorer around here and encouraging second at Windsor (6f, good to firm) recently, should go well.
C&D winner with fair strike rate (11-42) and has already got nose in front twice this year. Found Listed Windsor event too strong time, this is less demanding.
Not far away in a Group 3 three starts ago, fair effort last time in 5f York contest but has higher rating to contend with back on AW. One of three for trainer.
Smart performer in his prime but without a win since 2015 and failed to beat a rival home last time at York (5f, good to firm). Starting to look beyond him.
Three-time C&D winner in lower grades than this, well held at Epsom already this month and must improve to get a shot at this.
Has largely been below form for this yard and he was disappointing previous two runs at Epsom, latest over 6f. Form here earlier in the year would give him a squeak.
Made it five C&D wins and three wins from seven starts this year when scoring here last month, making all to do so. Up 6lb but should go well again.
C&D winner, won here last month from 5lb lower mark. Held since at Redcar and this is a tougher ask than most recent win at the track.
Career best when winning five-runner handicap at Catterick (5f, good) last month in first-time cheekpieces. Interesting player if handling this surface.
Last Year's Winner
Udontdodou (9/4), Jumira Bridge (3/1), Tropics (7/2), Bosham (7/1), Goldream (8/1), Gold Filigree (8/1), Zamjar (14/1), Requinto Dawn (16/1), Crosse Fire (20/1), Compas Scoobie (25/1), Verne Castle (33/1)
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