20:45 Kempton Wed 12 September 2018
All five victories have come off lower marks than this but he went close on his last run from this mark and he has each-way potential. Last run can be excused on account of the ground.
Had been in good form prior to latest outing. Return to an AW class 6 will help, but he is winless in his last 29 starts.
His latest effort was not the first time he had produced an inexplicably poor run and he has shown he is capable of bouncing back. In good hands and not ruled out despite an awkward draw.
Finished a career best second on last run in this grade and the third has romped home since. More highly tried since and respected back at this level.
Has hung to his left on his last two starts, but has shaped on both occasions as though he is worth a try at this longer trip. On a good mark in a poor race.
Handicap mark is falling following some moderate efforts this season. Returning from a break and now back down to her last winning mark.
Dual C&D winner in 2016 whose two best efforts this term have also come here. Needs to rebound from some dreadful performances on his last three starts though.
Ran to a higher mark than this when third in a Chelmsford maiden in February, but she has failed to match that performance since.
Trainer going through a purple patch at present and grounds for optimism if that helps her rebound from two lacklustre performances.
Won twice as a juvenile, but struggling for form at present, and hard to fancy despite a falling handicap mark.
Down to another career low mark having showed a bit more in cheekpieces last time. Without a win since 2016 and an overall record of 3-41, but would not rule out for each-way purposes..
Landed a Dundalk handicap in March and has been well beaten on two turf starts since. Blinkers remain absent on second stable outing, but still worth checking in the market for a race that will take little winning.
Much better at Southwell last time and has winning Polytrack form. Consistency has been a problem for the past three seasons though.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C WallisJ: Joshua Bryan|
Fieldsman (4/1), Squire (9/2), Grace's Secret (6/1), Oskemen (13/2), Pike Corner Cross (7/1), World Breaker (10/1), Fair Selene (12/1), Red Gunner (12/1), Miss Milla B (14/1), Tagle (16/1), Mime Dance (20/1), Delicate Kiss (20/1), Dr Julius No (25/1), Music Major (33/1)
- Music Major
- Delicate Kiss
- Red Gunner
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