20:15 Chelmsford City Thu 11 October 2018
Yet to win for current stable but has dropped to a really handy mark and was a solid fourth over this C&D most recently. Clearly well suited by conditions and although needs everything to fall right he should be involved.
Beaten in four bumpers prior to turning his attentions to the Flat and has been likewise well held in three runs since. Best watched on handicap debut.
Sole win came in maiden company back in 2016 but produced his best effort for some time when running on well over a mile at Ayr. Worth another try at this distance and looks a leading contender off 2lb higher.
Six-race maiden but produced a career-best when just failing to get up over this C&D. Looks to have more to offer on this surface and should be involved.
Sole win from 17 starts came under this leading jockey and has dropped to a very handy mark, however last two starts have been disappointing and needs to find more.
Now 2lb below last winning mark but bit more required on current standard of form and stamina to prove at this trip.
Seven-race maiden for George Baker who now makes new stable and seasonal debut. Takes a significant step up in distance following wind surgery and others look more convincing
Last six starts have been very disappointing and yet to prove he stays this far. Handicap mark is falling rapidly but remains best watched
Winner over this C&D off 2lb lower in April but has been miles below that in three runs since, including after an absence last time. May appreciate a return to this track but has plenty to prove.
17-race maiden who can throw in the odd decent effort but is generally disappointing and largely inconsistent. Others look more solid contenders.
Dropped to a very lenient mark in comparison to her form of the distant past but his losing run now stretches back to November 2016. Needs to find extra from 1lb out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P W HiattJ: L Morris|
Boscastle (3/1), Majeste (9/2), Glorious Asset (9/2), Nevada (5/1), Grasmere (7/1), Carvelas (9/1), Tifl (10/1), Cristal Pallas Cat (10/1), Steel Helmet (20/1), Polar Forest (25/1), Hurricane Lil (25/1), Alligator (25/1), Peak Storm (33/1)
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