16:45 Yarmouth Thu 14 June 2018
Has offered little in all three starts and drops in class following a four month break. Needs to be watched until showing more.
Supported here last time when expected to build on an encouraging reappearance. Virtually pulled up that day having reportedly lost his action and has a chance to make amends in a poor race.
Has gone close on a few occasions but has thrown in an odd shocker too. Back to a mile following a poor performance at Redcar and claims on these terms if bouncing back.
Dam was a multiple AW winner so no surprise to see him open his account in a weak race at Kempton. She also handled fast ground on turf so every chance he will make another bold bid in an ordinary contest.
Made a solid start to his career in Ireland last year but has gone the wrong way since and he made an inauspicious stable debut.
Had shown promise at the start of the year but then disappointing on her next three starts. Signs of a revival when keeping on last start and definite possibilities on turf debut.
Yet to make the frame in seven starts. The saddle slipped last time, but she was tailed off on her previous outing and she would be getting lots more weight in a handicap.
Improved a bit in a visor at Lingfield when she just failed to stay 1m2f. The straight mile should be perfect and she commands respect.
Best efforts so far have come at Kempton. Disappointing on Brighton return and it can only be hoped this more galloping track will help her.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G C BraveryJ: Kevin Stott|
Gas Monkey (7/2), Comporta (4/1), Ruby's Gem (9/2), Elysee Star (7/1), Shoyd (15/2), Lulu Star (8/1), Lone Voice (11/1), Astroblaze (12/1), Bright Saffron (16/1), Misty Breese (50/1)
- Ruby's Gem
- Gas Monkey
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