16:10 Yarmouth Thu 14 June 2018
Chelmsford winner who found soft ground against him on his return. Much better at Newmarket a month ago and the form stands up to scrutiny.
Won a classified event at Notttingham (1m½f, good to firm) on reappearance with ease. Makes handicap debut off a realistic mark and should have plenty more to offer for a yard going well at present.
Far below his best at Nottingham and blinkers given a go. Still to prove his effectiveness on turf and others are more tempting.
Got stuck in a pocket at Lingfield and it would have ben very close if he had enjoyed more luck. Showed an awkward head carriage that day and he has been gelded since. Could pay his way this year and opening mark seems reasonable.
Clear claims on his first two runs this season, but his last run requires explanation. Untested on ground as quick as forecast.
Mixed signals from the form of his Brighton success and the horse he beat that day comfortably turned the tables a month later. Has been gelded since, but disappointed at Musselburgh when last seen.
Apprentice ridden when down the field in three novice events. Gelded and hood fitted ahead of handicap debut. Worth a check in the market for a yard that have landed gambles with similar types.
Seemed to be getting the hang of things on penultimate start. Conditions were probably too soft at Doncaster and he will appreciate the forecast surface and stronger handling this time.
Last Year's Winner
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Mashaheer (11/8), Mushtaq (2/1), Glencadam Master (7/2), Mametz Wood (7/1), Al Ozzdi (12/1), The British Lion (16/1), Iconic Boy (20/1), Plentyinthetanksir (22/1), Protected Guest (33/1)
- Glencadam Master
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