16:00 Yarmouth Mon 15 October 2018
Not disgraced on final start for Ed De Giles at Sandown in August, but she ran poorly starting out for new yard at Leicester, and opposable again for all jockey booking takes the eye.
Third of 5 on debut at Chelmsford in February, but that form amounts to little and she has been well beaten since. Opening mark looks very stiff on balance.
Best effort when a distant second to promising Collide in 1m1f novice at Hamilton on debut for current yard, and has run respectably in a couple of handicap starts. Not best placed last time, and may still do better
Dam was a multiple winner for connections, and this gelding won on handicap debut at Kempton (1m) in April. Shaped well when closing fourth to Reveleon over this trip at Nottingham in August, and claims if in the same form now.
Well treated on the pick of her form, and not disgraced on penultimate start, but no excuses for latest modest effort at Pontefract, and may simply be regressing.
Ran well despite meeting trouble when third at Leicester on penultimate start, but form is very mixed, and he finished last at Wolverhampton subsequently. Blinkered now, and must produce his best to figure.
Full-brother to Group 1 winner Integral, and plenty of other winners in the family. Yet to better a promising start at Chelmsford, but back on track when fourth of 12 on handicap bow at Bath, and has scope for improvement. Interesting.
Fourth at Lingfield in June the best she has mustered in three handicap starts, and soundly beaten after a break at Chelmsford last month. May have needed that, but hard to be confident now.
Showed ability in three qualifying runs last year, and not disgraced when sixth behind Dagian on handicap debut at Bath, although has a couple of lengths to make up on Cottingham from that run.
Well treated on form of his handicap win at Chelmsford in July, but he's gone badly off the boil since, and needs first-time blinkers to spark a revival.
Has achieved nothing of note, including in handicaps, and fitting of cheekpieces does nothing to tempt here.
Well held on all four starts for Jonathan Portman, and failed to do any better on debut for new yard at Wolverhampton recently.
Has improved to make the frame from basement mark in handicap company at Wolverhampton on last two starts. Well beaten on previous outing here, so remains to be seen whether he can translate progress back to turf.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Broughtons Story||3||9-1||11/4||Full Result|
|T: H SpillerJ: Jack Osborn|
Debatable (7/2), Gas Monkey (7/2), Amaretto (4/1), Cottingham (6/1), Moretti (8/1), Apple Anni (10/1), Boreagh Lass (11/1), Highland Bobby (14/1), Elusive Show (16/1), Compulsive (20/1), Tesorina (25/1), Kevlar (40/1), Viceroy Mac (40/1), True Calling (40/1), Four Fifty Three (66/1), Pablow (80/1)
- Gas Monkey
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