19:15 Chelmsford City Sat 13 October 2018
Front-runner who bounced back from a disappointing run at Thirsk with another solid second over this C&D. Just the sole win from 20 starts is frustrating but worth another chance on this drop in class.
Seven-race maiden whose best run so far has come at Wolverhampton. Improvement required on latest C&D run and hung when coming under pressure.
Maiden after 12 starts but she has suggested of late that the drop back to this trip may suit and acts on this surface. Holds each-way claims if bouncing back from latest below-par effort.
Sole win from 21 starts came over a furlong further here and now 1lb below that mark. Claims if at his best but remains inconsistent and others look more solid propositions.
Has looked better suited by Wolverhampton and Kempton on the AW and recent form needs significantly improving on. Others preferred on this drop back in trip.
Last win came in early 2017 and on a long losing run now. Much more needed on current form in both sellers and handicaps.
Veteran who has been struggling of late and held again over this C&D after a break. Probably best watched racing from out of the handicap once again.
Has really struggled in five starts this year when being well beaten on each occasion. Is on a fair mark now but is proving regressive.
Last Year's Winner
Lethal Angel (11/8), Kodicat (5/2), Jack Nevison (4/1), Dreamboat Annie (4/1), Dollar Value (10/1), Gulland Rock (10/1), Alkashaaf (25/1), Divine Call (25/1), Avenging Red (33/1)
- Dreamboat Annie
- Lethal Angel
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