17:10 Chelmsford City Sat 15 September 2018
10-race maiden who has run to a consistent level whatever the trip or company this term. Unable to get any help from the handicapper so talented 7lb claimer employed now.
250,000 gns yearling looks pretty one paced and blinkers failed to assist last time. Runs to a consistent mark and should not be far away here but needs to find a change of gear.
Easy C&D winner who will have found the ground on the slow side when beaten off a lower mark last time. Also first past the post before being thrown at Brighton and that winning knowledge may stand him well in this field.
Dubawi colt out of a Grade 1 winner in Canada once held an entry for the Derby. Form of his handicap debut looks strong enough for this and he was unlucky when backed last time. Interesting here under top young rider.
Winner of a class 6 here over 1m2f who looked worth a try over further last time. Undergoes another change of headgear, but leaves the impression he may be better back in basement grade.
Slowly getting the hang of things and third here in a better race when tackling this trip for the first time. That form has been upheld since and she looks a strong contender.
Lightly-raced gelding who stepped up on earlier efforts when 2¾ lengths second of 10 to The Resdev Way in handicap at Catterick (1¾m) last time. Unexposed as a stayer, and one to bear in mind with cheekpieces on for first time.
Landed a poor race here last month and had her limitations exposed last time. Up considerably in trip and others look stronger.
Last Year's Winner
Refrain (5/2), Swordbill (3/1), True North (4/1), Masters Apprentice (7/1), Konigin (7/1), Rocky Shores (10/1), Global Style (12/1), Hot Off The Press (12/1), Oakley Mimosa (20/1)
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