16:40 Yarmouth Wed 19 September 2018
Winner of his first two and handicap debut can be upgraded considering the work he did to get to the lead from out wide, Open to plenty of improvement for stable firing in the winners at present.
Very progressive form this summer with two wins followed by an equally good third at Goodwood. Disappointed at York and has had a busy campaign but worth another chance back in grade.
In good form with a win at Musselburgh and ran to a similar performance when third at Leicester but yet to convince at this far.
Saw the trip out well when a running on third at Sandown following a win on quicker ground at Leicester. Can be competitive again although stable could be in better form.
Winner of three of his last five but a bit below his best at Thirsk. Possible soft ground was against him and could bounce back on this quicker surface but also may be weighted to his best.
12-race maiden who has shown enough to win a race of this nature and was well tried in Listed company when last seen in May. Has an absence to overcome but would be interesting with support.
Things haven't quite gone right in two runs since handicap debut win when suffering from a slow early temp on both occasions. Should be more pace on here and remains a promising type.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H PalmerJ: James Doyle|
Courtside (2/1), Piece Of History (2/1), Nicklaus (5/1), Plunger (8/1), Data Protection (10/1), Rebel Assault (14/1), Ambient (25/1)
- Piece Of History
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