18:45 Chelmsford City Thu 20 September 2018
Five of his six wins have come over this trip at Catterick. Clearly likes a bend and forcing tactics and no surprise to see him add another victory under top claimer.
Dual winner who scored at Newmarket over 5f in June. Not as good off her revised marks since, but may do better here when taking into account excellent rider's valuable claim.
Shaped as though something was amiss last time but had just been touched off at Wolverhampton in first time cheekpieces. Still hard to argue he is well-handicapped off his current mark.
Claimed for 7,200 gns after landing a Lingfield seller and made an immediate return at Laytown. Clearly in good form and remains handily weighted for a stable in form.
Leicester winner has bombed out twice since on AW tracks but less highly tried here. Poorly drawn though with stamina to prove at this trip.
Temperamental pre-race and has a tendency to blow the start. In good form around here during the winter and he carries obvious risks on stable debut.
Made all to score over this trip at Wolverhampton. Not as good on next two starts but showed he can compete off tihs mark under different tactics last time.
Back down to the mark which brought two successes over this trip in similar grade last autumn. Back to his optimum trip but 0-16 on AW courses.
Versatile veteran is in good form at present and drops back to the trip which brought his last success 17 months ago. Has failed to win in five previous visits here and poorly drawn this time.
Inconsistent maiden finished last of seven on return from a layoff and significant improvement will be required to win this.
30-race maiden looks a forlorn hope in this from a mark 6lb out of the weights and after four months on the sidelines.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Harlequin Storm||3||9-4||6/1||Full Result|
|T: D K IvoryJ: R Winston|
Indian Pursuit (9/4), Bahamian Heights (3/1), Monumental Man (7/2), Incentive (5/1), Invisible Storm (8/1), Dollar Value (9/1), Spenny's Lass (10/1), Space War (12/1), Kraka (12/1), Awesome Allan (16/1), Flying Foxy (20/1), Sparkalex (33/1), Caledonian Gold (50/1), Moremoneymoreparty (66/1)
- Awesome Allan
- Indian Pursuit
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