17:35 Yarmouth Wed 18 July 2018
Struggled in four starts since finishing runner-up at Chelmsford (6f) in February, and ran badly on return to turf at Windsor last time. Handicapper cutting him some slack, but questions to answer.
On a lengthy losing run, but has slipped in the weights, and shaped well under an aggressive ride when ½L second of 11 to Bernie's Boy at Windsor last time. Will go well if backing that effort up.
Highly tried at times this year, and has claims on best form given current mark, but he's run poorly on his last two starts, and needs to arrest that slide in form.
Recorded her first win on turf when making all the running at Lingfield in May, and followed that with a respectable fourth at Brighton last time. Still low mileage in handicaps, so one to bear in mind.
On a long losing run, but has shaped well on all three starts for current yard under this inexperienced rider, going close in race won by Essaka at Windsor last time. Remains fairly treated.
Not the force of old, but retains ability and enthusiasm in fair measure, albeit running below best in two outings for this rider of late. Bit to prove at present.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Hart Stopper||3||9-12||6/4||Full Result|
|T: M L W BellJ: Hayley Turner|
Letmestopyouthere (6/4), Oh So Sassy (10/3), The Lacemaker (9/2), Roland Rocks (6/1), Human Nature (8/1), Athollblair Boy (10/1), Swiss Cross (25/1)
- Oh So Sassy
- The Lacemaker
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