20:50 Chepstow Fri 13 July 2018
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- 1m 4f, Good to Firm (Firm in places)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Runs to a consistent level but worrying he cannot get his head in front. His sole victory came on slower ground so the forecast rain would help.
Winner of two AW races for Ralph Beckett. Performances for this yard have improved since being gelded but looks held by Pour L'amour on latest run.
Record of 1-23 and has made the frame a further eight times. Looks a difficult ride and cheekpieces are worth a try, but she has failed to stay this far in the past.
Half-brother to Dartmouth saw a drop to a mile and first-time blinkers fail to work last time but he takes a fall in the weights. Looks to have a small race in him and rider 7-29 in apprentice races this year.
Closely matched with Earthly on latest form but proving one paced and her overall 1-26 record is uninspiring. Also entered Epsom 8:45 Thursday.
Took this in 2016 and returned to form with a hurdles victory last week. Very much in the mix here.
Form has become regressive and hard to make a case for following three well beaten runs this year. Headgear removed and tries a new trip.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W S KittowJ: William Cox|
Kath's Legacy (2/1), Camakasi (7/2), Demophon (5/1), Pour L'Amour (11/2), Earthly (13/2), Petrify (7/1), Berkeley Vale (16/1)
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