19:50 Windsor Mon 16 July 2018
Dropped to this grade for the first time on latest start and caught close home having looked likely winner. That was first run for over 100 days and should be fitter now. Bounce effect a slight concern but has good chance on official figures.
Landed 7f novice stakes on debut at Wolverhampton on December but has been disappointing in four starts since. Well beaten last two starts over a mile and takes drop in class and step up in trip this time.
Yet to reach a place in seven outings so far at up to 1m4f. Regressive form this term and looks to face a stiff task even at this grade.
30-race maiden mainly campaigned at 6-7f. Stepped up to this trip for first time at Brighton latest and wasn't disgraced. has plenty to find on official figures and clearly finds winning quite a task.
Tackles this longer trip for the first time having run well over a mile at Lingfield in June. Not certain to be ideally suited by extra distance but champion jockey has been booked suggesting connections are hopeful of a decent display.
Ran creditably in first-time blinkers last time at Chepstow in non-seller and headgear retained for this outing. Doesn't have much to find on figures so has to come into calculations.
Last Year's Winner
Mouchee (11/10), Vodka Pigeon (9/4), Say About It (11/2), Unveiling (8/1), Red Emperor (25/1), Rapid Rise (25/1), Mistress Nellie (33/1)
- Say About It
- Vodka Pigeon
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