14:00 Yarmouth Thu 14 June 2018
Improved in a visor two weeks ago but well-beaten here on previous start and she remains a 21-race maiden.
An 8½L third over C&D is the best he has mustered so far and he did not build on that for his handicap debut last week.
By a sire who was unplaced on his only start. Has looked modest in her three runs so far and the handicapper has taken a cautious view of her three runs to date.
Only worthwhile form came at Wolverhampton and she is still above that mark. Poorly drawn on return two weeks ago so would be expected to improve on that and jockey booking looks interesting (3-10 since 2014)
Has failed to beat a rival in his three starts and now goes the handicap route over a shorter trip.
Yet to threaten to win in seven starts and an eye-shield is tried this time. Backed on his last two runs so clearly thought capable of better and this will take little winning.
Has barely beaten a rival in any of his five races and his last two runs have been atrocious.
Came in for hefty support on handicap debut but was forced to challenge wide and failed to land a blow. Out of her depth next time and headgear given a try now.
Better performances have come on turf, but signs still needed that he is as good as he was in the early stages of his career.
Third at Redcar (5f) and has looked better at this trip. Stable have been going well so it will be hard to keep her out of the frame.
Fair fourth at Lingfield in January but hard to recommend based on what he has done previously or since
Has shown only shown a modest amount of ability and she needs to improve considerably on her reappearance when fourteenth across the line.
Beaten by large margins on all starts and handicap debut failed to assist. Drops considerably in trip and cheekpieces worn now.
Had a hopeless task at the weights when a fast finishing third in a seller last week. Due to go up another 2lb next time and one of the more likely types in a poor race.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G C BraveryJ: Kevin Stott|
Baileys Excel (3/1), Mother of Dragons (6/1), Avenging Red (8/1), Alaskan Bay (8/1), Goldfox Girl (8/1), Displaying Amber (9/1), Asheena (10/1), Lord Guest (14/1), Jiro Boy (20/1), Rusty Blade (20/1), Angie B (25/1), Casey Banter (25/1), Littlelordconford (28/1), Rocus (50/1)
- Displaying Amber
- Angie B
- Baileys Excel
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