17:15 Perth Sun 15 July 2018
- Racegoers Club 50th Anniversary Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle (Class 4)
- 2m 47y, Good (Watered)
- 4 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Ran up a hat-trick over hurdles last year taking advantage of a reduced mark before the handicapper caught up with him again. More and more looks to have lost his way since then a recent run and a return to headgear failing to find some zip in him.
Twice a C&D winner he is at his best on a sound surface and in this grade; a 0-110 being the scene of his last win off a 3lb lower mark. Tried in higher grades since he's struggled for the most part despite running with credit; back to form last time
Taken a while to get going for this yard but a second run in handicaps over C&D (first-time hood) hinted at better to come. That duly arrived when she took advantage of a career-low mark to score at Hexham (2m) cutting down the leader close home.
Some fair form at best over hurdles but that sort of form is really a distant memory and his three runs returning from a break have been sub-standard. Fared a little better last time but never really managed to launch a threat of a falling mark.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss L HarrisonJ: Callum Bewley|
Sense Of Urgency (6/4), Wot A Shot (13/8), Green Zone (9/2), Prince Khurram (6/1), The Banastoir (6/1), King Muro (6/1)
- Sense Of Urgency
- Wot A Shot
- King Muro
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
Anita Chambers looks ahead to another busy Saturday and highlights her thoughts on the pick of the action from Ayr, Newbury and elsewhere.
Dave Ord is all over an Andrew Balding-trained horse for the Sporting Life Daily Nap on Sunday while he has two other selections as well.
Anita Chambers previews Sunday's action and heads to Uttoxeter for her best bet of the day.