18:30 Windsor Mon 13 August 2018
Made all to win on handicap debut at Chester (7f, good) two starts back. Found the 7lb rise in a much deeper race too much last time but drops back in grade here and may not have finished improving just yet.
Improved with every run so far and won a shade cosily at Epsom last time. Moves into handicap company off a very tempting mark and has shaped like this step up to a mile will really suit. Sound claims.
Not obviously well handicapped based on what we have seen so far. Well held by Revich on their clash at Goodwood last time and has work to do to reverse that form.
Possible that the ground went against him on handicap debut behind Greeley last time and is quickly dropped 3lb. Cheekpieces added to the tongue-tie but improvement needed now.
Three starts so far and has a fair opening mark based on his debut effort. Has shaped like this step up in trip will suit and will become of stronger interest should the market speak in his favour.
Improved for the switch to handicaps having won his last two in good style. Up another 6lb now so more needed once again but shapes like this trip will suit so obvious claims once again.
Well behind Greeley when they clashed at Leicester last month. Doesn't look capable of reversing that form on the revised terms and is racing from out the weights here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: L Morris|
Greeley (5/2), Royal Big Night (11/4), Revich (9/2), Dombra (7/1), Water Diviner (8/1), Salam Zayed (8/1), Max Guevara (33/1)
- Royal Big Night
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