19:45 Yarmouth Wed 18 July 2018
One win from 38 career runs tells a story, although she went very close in a driving finish against Wild Acclaim here last time, and is weighted to reverse placings now. Can have no excuses.
Landed a hat-trick last summer, and now 12lb below his last winning mark. Has been shaping as if coming to the boil on recent starts, and no denying this multiple winner is handicapped to strike.
Slowly coming to hand and is now 2lb lower than when winning at Brighton last summer. Creditable third of 10 to Harrison Stickle in corresponding event last time, and one to consider again.
Has done well in this combination of headgear for current yard, winning over 6f and 1m here this summer. Best when able to dominate, and every chance he can get an uncontested lead again.
Made it 14th time lucky when winning over 6f at Brighton early this month, and shaped better than the bare result upped to 7f there last time. This is easier, and she's not taken lightly.
Ended a drought when popping up at 33/1 in May but that effort very much a standout, and he's run poorly on both starts since. Easy enough to oppose on balance of form.
Started life in handicaps off a stiff mark, but assessor has relented, and she ran respectably when fifth of 11 at Kempton in April. Not seen since, though, and hood/tongue tie she wore there left off now.
Standout effort when runner-up over C&D on penultimate start, but possibly helped by run of race on that occasion, and ran poorly over 7f here last time when never out of the rear division.
Has one or two fair efforts to her name, but she remains a maiden and is opposable from out of the weights here.
Last Year's Winner
Arcanista (5/2), Deeds Not Words (7/2), Wild Acclaim (4/1), Strictly Carter (8/1), African Girl (9/1), Drop Kick Murphi (12/1), Born To Boogie (14/1), Jan's Joy (16/1), Poppy Jag (33/1)
- Deeds Not Words
- Born To Boogie
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