17:10 Chelmsford City Thu 11 October 2018
Son of Sepoy and a half-sister to three Listed winners. Slowly away before good late progress on debut. Bit to find off these terms but improvement likely as he moves up in distance.
Consistent level of form in last three starts when winning at Kempton before a luckless second over a mile here and a close fourth at Lingfield. Should be involved again.
Failed to progress on his first three starts when disappointing on handicap debut at Yarmouth. Much more required off these terms.
Yet to add to sole win for former trainer but following a disappointing run over a mile was better back at 6f last time. Still a question over this trip but weighted to be competitive.
Seven-race maiden who had ground excuses at Carlisle but has still proved disappointing the last twice. Better suited by this trip but others more persuasive.
Plenty of promise when second at Wolverhampton but has been well below that level the last twice. Needs to bounce back and stamina to prove.
Sprang a surprise at long odds when running on well to win a seller on her second start. Progress to come over this trip but improvement required in this company.
Has failed to progress since winning his second start but was much better following two poor runs when fourth to The Galla Girl in selling company. Gets a massive pull at the weights and should go close.
Doesn't catch the eye on breeding and starts life in claiming company and in a first-time hood. Best watched on debut.
Six-race maiden but ran up to her best when a close third in handicap company at Wolverhampton. Should be more to come when she settles better and should be involved on these terms.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J A OsborneJ: D C Costello|
Nakakande (3/1), Courageux (7/2), So Hi Class (7/2), So Hi Storm (5/1), Amoreena (8/1), Uncle Jerry (14/1), Society Shock (14/1), Whenapoet (20/1), The Galla Girl (28/1), The Meter (66/1)
- Society Shock
- So Hi Class
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