17:30 Kempton Wed 15 August 2018
- starsports.bet Nursery (Class 6)
- 7f, Standard / Slow
- 12 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Has run to a similar level all four starts but couldn't really be said to be improving and has looked a little one paced on more than one occasion. Needs this step back up to 7f to help her cause.
Only minor promise on first three starts but a backwards step when beating only one home on nursery debut at Leicester last month, and blinkers already reached for. Very risky at present.
Sent off big prices first three starts and showed little, and then did even worse on handicap debut at Ffos Las earlier in the month, weakening right out of things. No guarantees this extra furlong will suit either.
Showed some promise on debut when midfield at Windsor but nothing much in two subsequent starts. However, they were both over 5f and this 7f should suit better on handicap debut, so watch the market for a clue.
Beaten only a handful of horses home in three starts and goes into handicaps on a very low mark (and gets cheekpieces for the first time). This is easier, but needs some improvement from somewhere.
Has done a little better on last two starts and will no doubt find this easier than some of the contests he's been in, but he's not really shown enough to make him of interest unless the market speaks in his favour.
Showed next to nothing first three starts but better when third in a similar contest to this at Nottingham last time, staying on for third. Drop back a furlong not ideal but has at least a decent run on the board, which counts for plenty here.
No more than minor promise in three starts but has given the impression of one that is at least learning the game as he goes, and may improve a bit for this step into handicap company tonight.
Sent off big prices all three starts to date and has shown very little. Even from this opening basement mark, makes little appeal as the winner.
Not beaten far at Thirsk on second start but that was only a seller, and she couldn't really build on it at Carlisle last time. Hood given a try now, but a lot to prove at present.
Beaten only three horses home in three starts but has nothing of the calibre of Calyx (who he came up against on debut) to worry about here, and this step up in trip looks sure to suit on breeding. Worth a look in the market if nothing else.
Beaten big distances at huge prices on all starts to date and hard to find any positives to take from them.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Mountain Peak||2||9-4||8/1||Full Result|
|T: Ed WalkerJ: L P Keniry|
Cruck Railie (9/2), Pot Luck (9/2), Kenoughty (5/1), Sophosc (5/1), Rajman (13/2), Precision Prince (15/2), Mr Fox (14/1), Chakrii (14/1), Liberty Diva (18/1), Siona's Boy (20/1), Keep It Country Tv (25/1), Esque Amore (33/1)
- Pot Luck
After nailing a 7/2 winner on Tuesday, David Ord looks to follow up with a nap selection at Salisbury on Wednesday afternoon.
Chris Wilson feels Sir Michael Stoute is the trainer to follow and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
Ashley Iveson makes Incentive his best bet of the day at Ffos Las on Tuesday and he has a tip for every race in the UK.