20:50 Worcester Tue 17 July 2018
In fair form including a close third in a Listed event at Kempton back in the Autumn. Returns here on the back of a eight month break and should be capable of going close off this sort of mark.
Wind operation seemed to work the trick as she won with something to spare at Uttoxeter (2m4f, good) last week. Goes again under the penalty here and every reason to believe this C&D winner will go well again.
Has clearly had a few issues as he's been very lightly raced in recent years. Sent off favourite when last seen in January. Jumping mistakes crept in there and whilst he is attractively handicapped, the worry is he'll need this.
Won over this trip and at this track. Unable to convert a couple of decent chances over fences of late and reverts to hurdles off a lower mark. Needs to do more but not discounted.
Has started favourite on each of his last three starts but has failed to trouble the judge. Has had a short break, wind operation and the tongue-tie is added. Better expected at some stage and dangerous.
Really struggling in handicaps when last seen well over two years ago. Starts life for a new yard today but will need to be cherry ripe to be considered after such a lay-off and only worthy of consideration should the market scream his name.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Jonjo O'NeillJ: Aidan Coleman|
G For Ginger (11/10), Dexcite (4/1), Miss Spent (11/2), Mercian King (13/2), Blazon (9/1), Vif Argent (40/1)
- G For Ginger
- Miss Spent
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