19:20 Windsor Mon 16 July 2018
In good form this winter at Lingfield AW winning two decent sprint handicaps but hasn't shone on turf of late and has been eased in the ratings. Top weight but has best chance for some time and not out of it.
Unexposed three-year-old makes seasonal return having shown good attitude as a juvenile winning two out of four. Trainer a dab hand with sprinters and wouldn't surprise to see him land the spoils.
Has won on quick ground but generally at best when there is a little give underfoot. Returns from 80 day break off 2lb lower mark and needs to find a bit of old form to figure.
Four-time winner including over C&D 26 months ago. Has one close on last two starts including in £100,000 Investec Dash at Epsom and is handicapped to run a good race of things go his way.
Fair sprint handicapper in decent form at present with two solid efforts last month following Chepstow success. Loves to bowl along on front and will adopt customary role and try to hang on to the finishing line.
Failed by just a short-head at Newmarket last time to defy 4lb rise following good win over 6f at Kempton. Further 4lb rise makes life tough but should make a bold attempt from the front.
Won over C&D in April off 6lb lower mark and again ran well last time out here over 6f. 3lb claim of decent apprentice helps cause but tackles tougher opposition and may struggle.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Love On The Rocks||4||9-5||7/1||Full Result|
|T: C HillsJ: W Buick|
Just That Lord (3/1), Kick On Kick On (7/2), Bungee Jump (9/2), Airshow (5/1), Wiley Post (11/2), Tomily (11/1), Major Pusey (12/1)
- Kick On Kick On
- Just That Lord
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