18:10 Kempton Wed 13 June 2018
Successful over C&D on second start for this yard in March and has run well in defeat in three subsequent outings. Remains of interest.
Finished a good second on his return from a break at Chelmsford (1m) in January. Absent since but interesting off the same mark.
Completed an AW double in November 2016 but had just four starts since and finished well beaten on all three outings this year.
Fibresand winner at Southwell in December and respectable efforts since. Interesting to see how he fares in this contest.
Struggled since finishing runner-up over this trip at Brighton (good-to-firm) in August and probably best watched on this occasion.
Redcar maiden winner on good-to-soft ground in October 2016. Well held on both starts for this yard and others have stronger claims.
Held on all three outings this term including over 7f here last week. Losing run stretches back over three years.
Broke his maiden over 1m at Brighton (good-to-soft) last September. Disappointing since however and wears blinkers on just his second AW start.
Winner on turf at Musselburgh (1m1f, good-to-firm) last month and placed since. Drops in trip having finished well beaten at Haydock (1m2f, good-to-firm) last week.
Ran well to finish runner-up in an amateur riders contest at Lingfield (1m2f) earlier this month. Worth a check in the market off a 2lb lower mark.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Believe It||5||10-6||9/4||Full Result|
|T: R HughesJ: Stephen Cummins|
Kingston Kurrajong (6/5), Mach One (9/2), Eltezam (5/1), Casina di Notte (10/1), Pike Corner Cross (12/1), Ravenhoe (14/1), Muthraab Aldaar (22/1), Buskin River (25/1), Pendo (33/1), Baashiq (33/1)
- Muthraab Aldaar
- Kingston Kurrajong
- Casina di Notte
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