16:00 Newbury Thu 14 June 2018
Looked suited by similar conditions and a drop to this trip last time where his run can be upgraded after having to come wide to deliver his challenge. Down a further 1lb he's a leading contender.
Hit the line strongly on the AW on his first run back since being gelded. Should be competitive again off the same mark providing he handles a return to turf.
Yet to win after five starts but has posted two solid runs back this season and looks on a fair mark. Should be competitive but may need a further test of stamina.
Formerly trained by Rod Millman she was well beaten on her handicap debut at the end of her juvenile campaign. Best watched on seasonal and stable debut on ground faster than she has raced on previously.
Took a considerable step forward when running on over this trip on just her third start. Looks on handy mark on handicap debut and can be involved.
Former Richard Hannon runner has struggled in two starts for current yard. Worth another try at this trip but seems to prefer a soft surface.
Has improved with each start and was only just edged out of it late on over a mile. Only up 1lb and can make a bold bid from the front but questionable if this drop in distance will help.
Maiden after five starts and was disappointing last time. However the soft ground probably was a factor and may be worth another chance. Her previous third was eye-catching when she was given too much to do and she may bounce back.
Daughter of Excelebration who has shown little in three quick starts to date and needs to make significant progress on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: R L Moore|
Desert Trip (7/2), Agar's Plough (4/1), Mountain Peak (4/1), Jackpot Royale (5/1), Lethal Angel (13/2), Ragstone View (8/1), Papelaine (10/1), Marshal Dan (12/1), Maggie Jonks (20/1), N Over J (20/1), Lamb Chop (33/1)
- Lethal Angel
- Agar's Plough
- Maggie Jonks
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