19:25 Chester Fri 13 July 2018
Has improved since his initial run (unpromising start to his career) although his last run did see a dip in form again despite being placed. Steps up to 7f for the first time now on his handicap debut; opening mark looks harsh.
Stepped up on his two previous runs when making his turf debut at Brighton finding plenty to lead close home over 6f. That display hints that he should be suited by this extra furlong as he steps into handicaps for the first time with more to come.
His first run looked to hold plenty of promise especially as his yard have been going well this year with juveniles. Hasn't really progressed since though in three runs and others appeal more given his latest start; handicap debut.
Already has experience in this sphere and shaped well on nursery debut looking as though he would really appreciate a trip like this. Has more to offer now given a test now despite the 3lb higher mark; has experience around here.
From a yard who have been leading the way in juvenile races this year he only ran to a modest level last time but shaped better than the bare result. Well bred he's not been that fortunate with the draw here but can't be left out of things.
Stepped up on his debut second time out but didn't progress for his last start and went with little zip and raced in a very lazy manner. Now goes into a handicap for the first time with the addition of some much needed headgear.
Landed a 7f Redcar seller a few weeks ago looking well suited to this kind of trip but would have to show further progress to land something like this stepping into a handicap for the first time.
Last Year's Winner
Two Blondes (5/2), Five Helmets (3/1), Revich (7/2), Jaayiz (7/1), Lady Lavinia (8/1), Yellow Fire (12/1), Firewater (16/1)
- Five Helmets
- Yellow Fire
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