15:30 Beverley Tue 17 July 2018
Helped by having an unopposed lead over 1m4f here last time and now tries a new trip off just a 1lb higher mark. Made all for her last win at Haydock (off 5lb lower mark) but unlikely to get an easy lead here even in this small field.
No problem with this drop having twice scored at it having gone close on his seasonal return over 1m4f at Chester. Well held at that same track since then his losing run continues to mount despite a much reduced mark.
Consistent of late his attitude isn't one that you could crib and he was only caught close home last time in a similar race off this mark (same rider). Sure to run his race again but may have to cope with a contested lead and another place awaits.
Kempton 1m maiden winner last year he was tried over his longest trip here last time (1m4f) and took a stop in the right direction last time. Didn't quite get the run of the race last time but never got involved and now tried over 4f further.
Three-year-old who has got a progressive profile at up to 1m6f having won her last three races by small margins each time (kept her mark under control). Looks the type to progress further; step up to 2m should help her stay ahead of her mark.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Corpus Chorister||4||9-11||5/2||Full Result|
|T: D MenuisierJ: Kevin Stott|
Altra Vita (8/11), Stormin Tom (11/4), High On Light (7/1), Gabrial's King (14/1), Psychotic (16/1)
- Altra Vita
- Stormin Tom
- High On Light
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