18:30 Hamilton Sat 14 July 2018
Useful AW sprinter who finally opened his account on turf 12 days ago. Showed a good attitude to beat an in-form rival, Big Lachie, who was due to run at Chepstow on July 13th.
Ridden with more restraint to open his account last time and the runner-up hacked up on Wednesday. Burmese Blazer was 1L behind and is now 4lb better off.
Stepped up last time when third to Scoundrel and the runner-up bolted home at Catterick on Wednesday. Open to further progress and stable took this last year.
Down to another career low mark but signs last time he was close to finding a level he can compete from. Does not win very often but suited to stiff tracks such as this.
Has never made the frame let alone win a race. Faces another monumental task from 6lb out of the weights.
Shown no worthwhile form since August 2016 (when with Gay Kelleway) and was easily fended off back over 5f last time. Makes no appeal from 6lb out of the weights.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Dutch Dream||4||8-7||9/2||Full Result|
|T: Miss L A PerrattJ: A Mullen|
Alsvinder (11/8), Scoundrel (5/2), Oriental Splendour (3/1), Burmese Blazer (7/1), Trulove (40/1), King Of Castilla (80/1)
- Oriental Splendour
- Burmese Blazer
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