17:20 Yarmouth Thu 14 June 2018
Supported when third to a decent sort at Kempton and nicely weighted on that form. Yard have had a quiet start to 2018 so she should improve significantly on her comeback run.
6f too sharp at Brighton and out of his class here last month. Earns a drop in the weights and capable of doing the job off his new mark at a level where he is 1-2.
14-time winner who has been saving his best for Guernsey over the past year. Return to 7f helps but yet to make the frame here.
Rapid improvement last twice with two impressive wins over shorter. Stays this trip and likely to be in the mix again off 5lb higher. Also entered 5:30 here on Wednesday.
Game mare whose last three wins have come over C&D but all have been from handicap marks below 60.
Dual AW winner whose only turf success came on heavy ground. Needs a decent pace and Moi Aussie should ensure that, but questions remain about his effectiveness on ground this fast.
Made all to win two Wolverhampton contests earlier in the year. 0-14 on turf and has to bounce back from a poor effort last time.
Has been a bit better since cheekpieces have been fitted, but she still leaves the impression she is weak in a finish.
Landed a poor race at Newcastle during the winter. May have needed his last run and not overburdened in another weak event.
On a long losing run and last four runs have been distinctly moderate. Deservedly has a basement mark in a poor race.
Gutsy effort to score over 6f here on Wednesday, but she did not see out this trip here three weeks ago.
Out of form currently and hard to see his prospects improving dramatically enough from 7lb out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Himalayan Queen||4||9-4||6/1||Full Result|
|T: W JarvisJ: Andrea Atzeni|
De Vegas Kid (15/8), La Isla Bonita (7/2), Wild Acclaim (7/1), Counter Spirit (8/1), Moi Aussie (8/1), Shyarch (12/1), Clergyman (16/1), Pitch High (16/1), Swiss Cross (20/1), Daring Guest (20/1), Sea Tea Dea (22/1), The King's Steed (28/1), Percy Toplis (66/1)
- Daring Guest
- Moi Aussie
- Counter Spirit
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