18:40 Chepstow Thu 16 August 2018
Looks more progressive than most of these following a career best last time. Best effort in 2017 came on a soft surface so has a lot going for her despite conceding weight to all.
Seven-race maiden who slowly lost her way for previous trainer Rod Millman and showed no signs of an imminent revival when soundly beaten on stable debut/seasonal reappearance.
Has underperformed on his last three starts and conditions were favourable for his two runs this month. Hard to fancy at present.
Came good on his second start for this yard under a strong ride. Did not appear to have enough in hand to quash a 6lb penalty, but handles this ground and in better form than a lot of these.
Nicely bred filly with soft ground winners in the pedigree. Hard to fancy based on what she has done, but there can be no excuses if she fails to do better this time.
Out of form lately but the handicapper has given him a big chance. Has been running over much further but looks better equipped for this trip and should handle the ground.
16-race maiden who has been runner-up on her three previous runs over C&D. Disappointed on sole previous start on a soft surface.
Last Year's Winner
Slipstream (8/11), Teenage Gal (9/2), Madame Jo Jo (7/1), Papelaine (10/1), Shovel It On (14/1), Good Impression (14/1), Lamb Chop (20/1)
- Teenage Gal
- Good Impression
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