18:45 Chelmsford City Sat 13 October 2018
Last win came over this C&D off a 1lb higher mark and again was again a good second here in a higher grade on his latest start. Every chance here off the same mark.
12-race maiden but in good form with three seconds in a row. Has run well here previously and should be involved once again.
Front-runner who is twice a C&D winner and was only just denied by a nose on his last visit off this same mark. Didn't get a clear run on his latest run at Brighton and should be competitive back on his preferred surface.
Winner in France and after three poor runs for new stable he enjoyed the switch to the AW when running on well for an improved effort at Wolverhampton. More to come but may prefer further in time.
Has plummeted in the weights and down to a career low mark but badly out of sorts in four starts this year where she has only beaten two rivals home. Easy to overlook at present.
Winless run stretches back to May 2017 and although he shaped with promise at Wolverhampton on his second run for this new stable, he has been below that in two runs since over this C&D. Others preferred.
Broke through on her sixth start but the form only looked weak and she was subsequently disappointing at Salisbury. More required in this company.
Has had three runs since wind surgery and has run solidly the last twice. Remains on a competitive mark but this looks a stronger contest and more required.
Just two wins from 61 career starts with the last coming in April 2016 and yet to breakthrough on the AW. Hard to recommend on current form and from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
Aguerooo (9/4), Flora Tristan (3/1), Spirit of Zebedee (4/1), Zorawar (6/1), Juan Horsepower (8/1), Turanga Leela (16/1), Billyoakes (25/1), Blistering Dancer (33/1), Catheadans Fury (50/1)
- Flora Tristan
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