16:10 Brighton Mon 17 September 2018
Sprung a 33./1 shock when winning over this trip at Windsor (good-to-firm) in June. Failed to replicate that form in two subsequent outings however.
Victorious over an extended 5f on good ground here last month. Ran well in defeat twice since most recently when beaten 2L over 5f at Windsor (good-to-firm) a fortnight ago.
Victorious three times earlier this year including over 7f on good-to-firm ground here in June. Usually races close to the pace and interesting with blinkers tried for the first time.
Refused to race at Newmarket on his penultimate outing and finished last of six over this C&D subsequently. Leading jockey booked to ride and market support would be interesting in this contest.
Dual winner earlier this year including over an extended 5f here in May. Disappointed the last twice however and others hold stronger claims.
Placed on all three starts in novice company. Dropping in distance following a break having disappointed at Leicester (7f, good-to-firm) on handicap debut in June. Cheekpieces tried for the first time.
Impressive 3¾L winner of a 7f handicap on good-to-firm ground here last month. Has to defy a 5lb rise in the weights if she's to follow-up dropping in distance.
C&D winner on good-to-firm ground on her two most recent starts. Carries a penalty for her latest success and another bold show looks likely.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Marie Of Lyon||3||9-9||3/1||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: Adam J McNamara|
Wiley Post (11/4), Harry Beau (4/1), Andalusite (4/1), Kaser (9/2), Arcanista (6/1), Crystal Deauville (11/1), Bernie's Boy (25/1), King Crimson (40/1)
- Wiley Post
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