16:10 Brighton Mon 10 September 2018
- Call Star Sports On 08000 521 321 Handicap (Class 5)
- 1m 1f 207y, Good to Firm (Firm in places)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Ripon winner in July and ran well back at that venue last month after finishing down the field at Newbury. Could make her presence felt if on a going day.
First run for this yard after leaving Luca Cumani's stable when well held at Sandown. Has something to prove off 2lb lower.
Nottingham handicap winner in May and was having first run since being gelded when well beaten over 1m4f at Newmarket. Return to this trip should see him in a much better light.
Showed promise for James Fanshawe and it was a similar story on first start for current stable when second of four at Yarmouth after making much of the running. Chance off 1lb lower.
Bath winner in July and has been placed on all three runs since. May have found heavy ground against her at Goodwood last time and better is expected under her top jockey.
Yarmouth winner in June and was not beaten too far when fifth of nine off 5lb higher at Newcastle last month. On the same mark and ought to appreciate the return to turf.
Beverley winner in July, but has looked completely out of sorts on last two starts. Hard to know what to expect, but clearly comes with risks attached.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: Jack Mitchell|
Gododdin (2/1), Peace Prevails (9/4), Geetanjali (7/2), Stormingin (4/1), Winged Spur (5/1), Wilson (14/1), Teaser (16/1), Sageness (40/1)
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