13:50 Yarmouth Thu 9 August 2018
Has made little progress during her career and down the field last time in a weak race on handicap debut. Has dropped down the weights and young rider has an impressive 4-14 strike rate.
Maiden who has competed at higher levels than this. Claimed out of an above-average seller and debuts for new yard, but doubts persist about his temperament.
Showed some promise in his first couple of starts in a pair of AW races over the winter but he's been well beaten in three turf starts. Cheekpieces on for first time.
Beaten by odds-on favourites on her last three starts. Drops into a class 6 for the first time with cheekpieces fitted.
Has been running over further of late in stronger company whilst lacking the pace to launch a serious challenge. In a mediocre race with in-form jockey on board so has to be considered. Engaged Yarmouth 7:50 Wednesday.
Has faded close home in all her races beyond 5f although her C&D second would still rate her best performance. Soundly beaten on all three starts since and hard to fancy.
Runner-up over C&D in similar company but well beaten on both starts since and headgear fitted for first time.
Sent off at 66/1 on handicap debut here two weeks ago when persistently hanging left despite all the headgear. Looks one to avoid at present.
Has revealed little in three starts and has earned a modest opening handicap mark. Dropped in trip and class.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Deciding Vote||3||9-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: C F WallJ: George Wood|
Lethal Angel (11/8), Global Rose (6/1), Spenny's Lass (7/1), General Jack (8/1), Dusty (8/1), Kraka (12/1), African Girl (14/1), Pam's Angel (16/1), India Jane (66/1)
- Lethal Angel
- Global Rose
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