15:50 Carlisle Mon 18 June 2018
Taken advantage already this year of a reduced mark by winning twice already. Did so comfortably at Musselburgh last time and is still more than capable of going well again under this penalty.
Slow starts are starting to become a problem now and unless she gets an overly strong pace to aim at she's likely to struggle given that trait. Showed a bit more last time and mark is ok if breaking on terms.
Couldn't manage to complete the hat-trick at Wolverhampton (7f, AW) last time but still ran well. Chance a return to turf will help and is a big player again here off the same mark.
0-12 on turf, with all seven of his wins being on the All Weather and over at least 7f. Well beaten at Haydock last time and despite this much lower turf mark it's hard to enthuse over chances.
More than capable off this mark when getting the ideal conditions. Needs them to go quick and come through with a late run. Place claims if they go hard enough.
Conditions are spot on but failed to back up a good effort at Hamilton two starts back when disappointing at Redcar last time. this track should suit better and could bounce back.
Has slowly been re-finding his form and ran well over C&D the last twice. Mark is dropping all the time and no surprise were he to be in the mix again here.
good efforts in three maidens last year before a disappointing handicap debut at Lingifeld (AW) on final start in December. Should be upto this mark and although yards runners tend to need a run, a market check is very much needed.
Has won just once now is 32 starts which is pretty unappealing. Fairly handicapped back on turf though so no surprise were he to run well without winning. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Full Of Promise||4||8-13||11/2||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: P Hanagan|
Jacob Black (6/4), Mischief Managed (7/2), Natajack (11/2), Zoravan (7/1), Acadian Angel (8/1), Angel's Acclaim (10/1), Gun Case (11/1), Ladies First (12/1), Beatbybeatbybeat (14/1), Captain Revelation (14/1), Fire Diamond (16/1), Cliff Bay (20/1), Rockley Point (33/1)
- Angel's Acclaim
- Jacob Black
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