16:10 Lingfield Wed 18 July 2018
Maiden after 11 starts and first run for this stable after leaving Karl Burke was only fair. One of the less appealing types, but at least her handicap mark is falling.
Visored for the first time when scoring at Kempton in February, but flopped at Brighton last time and has been given a short break. Not out of it if bouncing back in first-time blinkers.
Maiden after 19 starts and well held on all four runs this year. Dropping down the weights and visored for the first time, but is not difficult to oppose.
Without a win after 22 starts, but ran well on first run for this stable at Brighton. Runs off the same mark in a first-time visor, so is worthy of respect.
Still seeking his first win after 15 attempts. Not disgraced in first-time blinkers on stable debut at Chelmsford, but hard to make a strong case for despite a 3lb drop in the ratings.
First run since being gelded when an improved, close-up fifth of 11 behind an improver on the AW at this track in June. Would not need to improve much on that effort to get involved.
Down the field on last two starts and is now 0-18. Hard to see where the necessary improvement is going to come from.
Experienced performer who has six wins to his credit. Out of sorts on his last three starts, however, and needs to stage a recovery.
Big prices and well down the field on all three starts. May do better now she is handicapping and is worth a second glance in the betting.
Always in rear when 12th of 13 at Windsor on Monday. Not hard to oppose after being turned out so quickly.
Has been sent off at 50-1 and upwards on all three outings and has been beaten a long way in each of them. Handicap debut, but has plenty to prove.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Dubai Landmark (2/1), Vanderbilt (7/2), Rainbow Jazz (7/1), Greenview Paradise (7/1), Outrath (8/1), Lady Natasha (12/1), Rapid Rise (12/1), Approaching Menace (16/1), Nouvelle Ere (16/1), Streets Of Joy (16/1), Sandacres (25/1), Aldbury Lass (40/1)
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