17:40 Brighton Tue 10 July 2018
- Ron Clifford 50th Anniversary Memorial Selling Handicap (Class 6)
- 5f 215y, Good to Firm (Firm in places)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
No win since March 2017, but is a ten-time scorer in 77 attempts and was beaten just a head on his penultimate start at Lingfield (5f AW) last month; likely to race prominently, and suited by the drop into selling company.
Falling in the weights after three largely uninspiring runs in 2018, but isn't fully exposed after making just six career starts. Notable that he drops back in trip and could prove competitive if able to recapture the pick of his juvenile form.
Not looked entirely straightforward so far (often very keen in her races), and it's looking difficult to pin-point her exact trip. Back up to 6f after weakening over 5f at Bath latest; more required.
Broke her maiden tag when scoring decisively in this race in 2017 (6/4f), and has notched a couple more 6f wins since; off the track since February, but she can go well fresh.
24 race ex-Irish trained maiden; runner-up on debut for this trainer over C&D last month (beaten 2½L) and eased in grade tonight; ground conditions very similar so couldn't be ruled out.
Essentially a very disappointing seven-race maiden (cost £40,000 as a yearling); held little chance at the weights latest and this is more suitable, but still rates as impossible to fancy.
Six-race maiden who has left the care of Michael O'Callaghan since lining up at Roscommon (6f) last month; debuts for a new trainer who has a track record of transforming the fortunes of a horse; wears first-time blinkers.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Wild Flower||5||9-8||6/4||Full Result|
|T: J C FoxJ: K T O'Neill|
Scenery (3/1), Seaforth (3/1), Monumental Man (9/2), Wild Flower (6/1), Cantstoptherock (7/1), Party Dancer (7/1), Littlelordconford (25/1)
- Wild Flower
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