14:05 Chester Sat 14 July 2018
Improved on debut effort when winning over 5f on the AW at Wolverahmpton last time out. Penalised for that success and a wide draw to contend with in this contest.
Made a winning debut when coming home a head clear of his rivals in a 6f event at Kempton last month. Drop back in trip shouldn't inconvenience and he is one for the shortlist.
Held on both starts so far including over 6f at Haydock (good-to-firm) last time out. More needed on this occasion.
Unraced Shakespearean colt bought for €17,000 at the breeze-up sales in May. Probably best watched for a stable who are 0/30 with their juveniles in recent years.
Fair effort in finishing fifth over this trip at York (good-to-firm) on debut a month ago. Likely to have improved for the experience.
Improved markedly on debut effort when finishing seventh of 14 at Windsor (5f, good-to-firm) last time out. More needed if she's to break her maiden in this event.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Gift In Time||2||9-2||4/1||Full Result|
|T: J G GivenJ: Adam Beschizza|
Typhoon Ten (11/8), Slowmo (5/2), Three Card Trick (5/2), Deputise (7/2), Call Him Al (7/1), She Can Boogie (14/1), Justice Shallow (40/1)
- Three Card Trick
- Typhoon Ten
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