17:45 Doncaster Fri 14 September 2018
Ended a losing run that went back to 2015 when winning at Yarmouth on second start for this yard and not disgraced last time out in more testing conditions at Haydock. Likely there's more to come for this yard and can go well again.
Gained a third career win after a mid-season break at Newbury in July despite pulling hard but didn't get away with that trait next time at Sandown when weakening in to last late on. Needs to settle better if she is to fulfill her potential.
Struggling for form this year but it wouldn't be a major surprise if he found himself getting competitive on these terms and the booking of Oisin Murphy is a positive. C&D winner and versatile with regards ground so can't be ruled out.
Has been improving with each run since joining this yard and had excuses at Goodwood last time out. Booking of Moore is in his favour and shouldn't be far away provided the rain stays away.
Gained a second career win at Sandown in July but he hasn't been able to back that up in two efforts since and he's inconsistent generally. Possibly wants fast ground to be seen at his best.
Got off the mark in maiden company last time out having been a beaten odds on favourite on his two previous outings. Can't be ruled out if he builds on that and his jockey has a fine record at this venue.
Won a Pontefract novice event (1m, heavy) last September, but has been well below that level of form in two runs this season. Not ruled out if the rain arrives and yard have hit some form in recent weeks.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Sir Michael StouteJ: R L Moore|
Jack Regan (15/8), Loveisili (11/4), Jazeel (5/1), Speed Company (7/1), Busy Street (10/1), Unwritten (16/1), Flight Of Fantasy (16/1)
- Busy Street
- Speed Company
- Jack Regan
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