20:30 Windsor Mon 18 June 2018
Better effort on third start in a novice contest at Salisbury (1m2f, good to firm) last month. Potentially can build on that now from workable opening handicap mark.
Seven-race maiden, easily held (last of seven) on reappearance at Newmarket (7f, good to firm) last month. Must improve for the longer trip to be in the mix.
Champs Elysees colt, cost 20,000 gns as a yearling, didn't achieve a lot in three runs last year, well fended off on reappearance at Salisbury over this trip and needs a decent chunk of improvement.
Bit keen on return from a break when finishing fourth (beaten 2¾L) over a mile here last month. Potentially can build on that now meeting a longer trip for the first time.
Cracking effort last month at Chepstow over this trip (good to firm) would give him claims here but failed to repeat the trick since at Doncaster. Has run his best two races at the Welsh venue.
Lope De Vega colt has yet to convince in five starts, sent off 25/1 and never a significant threat at Goodwood (1m2f, good) on debut for this trainer recently.
Showed a bit more on third outing at Lingfield (7f, good) recently, his first turf start. Goes up in distance now and cannot be ruled out of showing improvement now tackling a handicap.
Fair form as a juvenile at up to 1m and there was something to like about his return\handicap debut over 1m at Pontefract but didn't convince on first attempt at this trip since ay Haydock (good to soft) so has something to prove still.
Maiden, placed twice over an extended 1m1f at Wolverhampton earlier this year. Well beaten following a break last time and more needed here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C FellowesJ: S Donohoe|
Bajan Gold (10/3), Black Medusa (7/2), Seaborough (5/1), Vanity Vanity (6/1), Mom Said (8/1), Show Of Force (9/1), Destinys Rock (16/1), Vlannon (16/1), Tour de Paris (18/1), Compulsive (20/1)
- Black Medusa
- Show Of Force
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