19:00 Hamilton Wed 13 June 2018
May improve for change of scenery but evidence would indicate he is better on softer ground. Also likely to need the run.
Now a 16-race maiden but has the ability to win a race if things fall right. Best effort came under this rider so one to consider off a career low mark and a more suitable trip than last time.
Former French Flat racer who achieved nothing over hurdles when last seen in the 2015-16 season. In good hands but still hard to see him having a say.
Hints every so often that he might be able to win a race but is a feint-hearted sort who finds winning hard. Form has deteriorated this year and usual headgear is removed.
Was 5lb out of the handicap when producing a career best on first run over this trip here. Handicapper has not overreacted and this looks a much easier task.
Always travelling well when blinkers had a positive effect at Perth. 8lb below his last winning Flat mark and of obvious interest given his proven wellbeing and with conditions to suit.
19-race maiden is returning from wind surgery and five months on the sidelines. Hard to find him attractive based on what he has shown.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Highway Robber||4||8-9||4/1||Full Result|
|T: W StoreyJ: Nathan Evans|
Auxiliary (5/2), Rosemay (5/2), Granite City Doc (7/2), Titus Bolt (6/1), Falcon's Fire (10/1), Hellavashock (11/1), Pariyan (33/1)
- Titus Bolt
- Granite City Doc
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