17:40 Brighton Tue 19 June 2018
1-1 record at the track, takes a drop in grade after being somewhat outclassed at Newmarket last time and will certainly find this easier. Seems a bit happier at 7f these days but this is a weak event, and no surprise if she figures in the finish.
Much better on the artificial surfaces than turf, hence this much lower mark, but in the main has been in consistent form this calendar year and almost pulled off another win at Bath last time. Seemed to handle the track on only start here too.
A poor effort at Lingfield last time out needs forgiving, but before that had been running consistently at this trip and over this sharp 6f, is likely to try and make all the running. Has half a chance of doing so, and not ruled out.
Has been running over 7f recently but last win came at this trip when successful at Lingfield last December. Possibly still a pound or two too high in the handicap but a decent run wouldn't surprise.
Consistent in so much as he's finished fifth on all his last four starts, usually keeping on at one pace when it's all over. Handicapper giving him a chance but no saying this track will suit, and others make more appeal.
Only has the five starts, so unexposed, but needs improvement on what he's shown so far, having finished well beaten in his first two handicaps. Yard have a good strike rate here, which is a plus, but at this stage, others are preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Jersey Breeze||4||10-0||4/1||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: Gavin Lerena|
Born To Finish (5/6), Swissal (6/1), Indian Warrior (7/1), Jaalboot (8/1), Curious Fox (8/1), Tuscany (8/1), Jeopardy John (10/1)
- Curious Fox
- Jeopardy John
- Born To Finish
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