14:40 Chepstow Thu 19 July 2018
Very lightly raced since making her debut in March, 2015. Last of five at Brighton on first start for this stable and, despite being 5lb lower, can only be watched.
Maiden after 15 starts, two of them this season and latterly in a hood which is retained. A tongue tie is tried and it needs to have a significant effect.
Still looking for his first win after 12 outings, but did shape much better at Nottingham last time on his first run since wind surgery. Decent claims in this company.
Hinted at a return to form when fourth, just behind Imbucato, at Nottingham. Down to the same mark as when winning for the only time at Ffos Las last summer.
Decent runs at Brighton on first two starts this season, but last couple of efforts have not be quite so encouraging. Down 1lb and not out of it if she can bounce back to form.
One win in 32 starts came at Lingfield in January. Down the field over 6f at this venue last time and is hard to fancy despite a feasible handicap mark.
Without a win after 18 races, but has not been disgraced in three outings since joining his current yard. Down to his lowest mark and has place claims.
Maiden after 33 starts and has hit the frame in only five of them. Continues to fall down the weights, but still has little with which to recommend him.
Last Year's Winner
|12||Harbour Patrol||5||9-0||6/1||Full Result|
|T: Rebecca BastimanJ: David Probert|
Captain Sedgwick (9/4), Imbucato (5/2), Watch Tan (6/1), Three C's (6/1), Barista (7/1), One Liner (8/1), Rising Sunshine (14/1), Jacksonfire (16/1), Valentine Mist (33/1)
- Captain Sedgwick
- Three C's
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