15:35 Brighton Mon 10 September 2018
Without a win in 10 starts and last three runs after being gelded have not suggested that trend is about to end. Connections reach for a visor and positive jockey booking suggests they expect a better display.
In good form since joining this yard from John Best, winning over 1m2f at this venue last month and placed off this sort of mark in two subsequent outings. Solid claims back at this track, but has stamina to prove.
Frankel filly who has been unplaced in three starts in maiden/novice company. Not obviously well treated on handicap debut, but stable is in good form.
First run since undergoing wind surgery when landing a Lingfield handicap in July. Should be able to make his presence felt again off only 1lb higher.
Three runs in novice company before finishing a distant last of eight on handicap debut at Lingfield. Plenty to prove off 3lb lower.
Unplaced in five starts, but has not been disgraced in last two of them in handicaps. Dropping down the weights and could get involved for in-form trainer.
Seven-race maiden, but has run well to hit the frame in handicaps on his last two starts at this track. Takes another step up in distance and is a threat if staying the trip.
Improved effort when 4L second of 10 in a Windsor handicap. Competes off the same mark and has prospects if taking another step forward.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Send Up||3||9-7||15/2||Full Result|
|T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: L Morris|
King Athelstan (7/4), Sauchiehall Street (10/3), Banksy's Art (4/1), Purple Jazz (9/2), Sing A Rainbow (5/1), Buxlow Belle (8/1), River Cafe (8/1), Townie Mac (10/1), Mistress Nellie (12/1), Diablery (14/1), Ragstone Ridge (66/1)
- River Cafe
- Sauchiehall Street
- Townie Mac
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