15:50 Market Rasen Sun 8 July 2018
Has won twice in the past but pulled up on final two starts for Michael Hourigan in late 2017. Probably best watched on debut for a new yard.
Returned to form with a 12L second over an extended 2m4f at Kempton (good) last time out. Of interest racing off a 2lb lower mark.
Beaten 9L into second at Hexham (2m4f, heavy) last September. Well held in Ireland on two subsequent starts and debuting for a new yard following an absence.
Twice a winner at Fakenham including over 2m5f on heavy ground in January. Likely to have improved for his return from a break last time.
Had two starts in point-to-points last season finishing 10L second in an Open at Lydstep (3m, soft) in April. Better ground here should suit.
Eight race maiden and ran well enough at Kempton (good) on return from over a year off the track to suggest he can be competitive here. Wears a tongue tie for the first time.
Winner of this race off a 7lb lower mark a year ago and put a couple of disappointing efforts behind her when finishing third over an extended 1m7f at Hexham (good) last time out. Races off the same mark in this contest.
25 race maiden placed twice here in May including over C&D on good ground off this mark. Pulled up in first time cheekpieces (absent here) subsequently and of interest back at this venue.
Dual winner over fences last November but has proved a disappointment in two starts since returning from a break and others hold stronger claims.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M WalfordJ: Jamie Hamilton|
Miss Conway (7/2), Elkstone (4/1), Glengra (9/2), Dr Moloney (5/1), Monar Rose (7/1), Moores Road (8/1), Mullaghboy (16/1), Rhythm Of Sound (20/1), Stormbay Bomber (20/1), Desertmore View (25/1)
- Miss Conway
- Monar Rose
- Desertmore View
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