17:25 Chester Sat 14 July 2018
Ripon winner over 1m on good-to-firm ground at the end of May. Decent efforts in defeat since including when beaten 2L off this mark over 7f at Newmarket (good-to-firm) last time out.
Winner over an extended 1m at Nottingham (good-to-firm) on his penultimate outing. Well held in first time cheekpieces (absent here) subsequently and worth a check in the market.
Dual winner over 7f at Brighton (good-to-firm) last month. Well beaten when unable to lead at Carlisle in similar conditions subsequently however. Interesting to see how she fares.
Finished close up on all three starts this term including when fifth over 1m at Newbury (good-to-firm) last time out. Interesting off a 1lb lower mark.
Seven race maiden and ran well when finishing third of 14 over 1m at Ripon (good-to-firm) on his penultimate outing. Drop in trip should suit having finished a well beaten fourth over further here last time.
Returned to form with a second at Doncaster (1m, good-to-firm) last time out. Visor worn for the first time that day is retained and he is of interest once more.
Most recent victory came over 7f at Carlisle (good-to-firm) last month. Held in a similar contest subsequently however and worth a check in the market.
Won or placed on all seven starts this year including when third over 7f at Wolverhampton earlier this month. Races off a 1lb lower mark and conditions should suit on his return to turf.
Only glimpses of ability in eight runs so far. Fair sixth over C&D on good-to-firm going last time but others hold stronger claims.
Last Year's Winner
|T: John BerryJ: Nicola Currie|
Chai Chai (11/4), Knighted (7/2), Gabrials Centurion (4/1), Weellan (9/2), Christmas Night (10/1), Harvest Day (10/1), Glorious Player (12/1), On A May Day (16/1), Rockesbury (40/1)
- Glorious Player
- Christmas Night
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