15:05 Brighton Mon 10 September 2018
Likes this course and has finished second of four on his last two starts over C&D. Inching down the handicap and looks likely to give his running again.
Registered his only victory at Wolverhampton in July, but was well held at that venue last time. Unplaced in three starts on turf, so has something to prove.
Off the mark with a ready win in a maiden over C&D last month. Winning jockey keeps the ride and he has to be respected on return to handicap company.
Clear-cut winner of a Chepstow handicap in June, but was way below that form when last seen at Wolverhampton the following month. Has shot up the weights and looks vulnerable.
Took advantage of a good opportunity when landing a four-runner handicap over C&D last month. Up 2lb and has more to to do in a better contest. Stable won this contest last year.
C&D scorer in July, but not so good on her last two starts. Only 1lb above that winning mark and can get involved if returning to form under the champion jockey.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Good Luck Charm||8||9-5||12/1||Full Result|
|T: G L MooreJ: Hector Crouch|
Dream Catching (11/8), Kachumba (7/2), Real Estate (4/1), Black Caesar (7/1), Good Luck Charm (10/1), Bbob Alula (14/1)
- Black Caesar
- Dream Catching
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