20:20 Ripon Wed 20 June 2018
3-9 so far, all over this trip and scored over C&D in April. Not far off that level at York next time, but under par over Pontefract's 6f last time. Drop in trip positive and he has claims.
Improving this season and won with a fair bit in hand when dropped to this trip at Haydock last week. Carries a penalty for that here, but if in the same mood he is going to take some pegging back.
10lb better off with Roundhay Park for almost 4L when the pair met here in April. Has had some tougher assignments since, but not ruled out now back in this company.
Kempton maiden winner (6f, AW) on her final start last season. Has since changed hands for £77,000 and now makes debut for stable in decent form. Initial mark looks okay and a good run would not surprise.
Won Wolverhampton novices' event (5f, AW) in April. Just hasn't been finding a bit extra at the finish in three recent sold handicap efforts. Vulnerable, but should be on the premises.
Scored over this trip last year from a 12lb lower mark. Beaten from this mark on her last three runs and despite having some stiff-looking tasks there, she looks worth taking on again.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Roger FellJ: P Mulrennan|
Roman River (13/8), Midsummer Knight (11/4), Roundhay Park (10/3), Angel Force (11/1), Chookie Dunedin (12/1), Billy Dylan (16/1), Mushahadaat (16/1)
- Roman River
- Roundhay Park
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