18:45 Kempton Tue 16 October 2018
Has some smart form including a fifth in the Windsor Castle and should be suited by a return to handicaps. However has stopped progressing and remains vulnerable.
Made it two from four when winning at Yarmouth last time and now up 6lb. Showed a nice turn of foot late on and should only improve.
Hasn't progressed since maiden win and needs to bounce back from a disappointing run at Lingfield. More required on AW debut.
Took a big step forward when winning on handicap debut at Bath and should be suited by this extra half furlong. Up 7lb on AW debut but won in the style of one with plenty more to come.
Stayed on strongly as though this extra furlong would suit when winning on his third start, however was very disappointing on handicap debut and needs to bounce back.
Impressive winner at Wolverhampton but hasn't been able to reproduce the same level off revised mark in two starts since. More needed off these terms.
Ran well from a poor draw in a valuable race at Newmarket and should go well in current form, however is a touch high in the weights back in a handicap.
Kingman filly who hasn't quite lived up to market expectations in her last two starts. Looks the type to do better now in handicaps for a leading stable and starts life on an attractive mark.
Raced to a consistent level in four starts to date but would require a step forward to win this and plenty to find with Isaan Queen.
Seven-race maiden who posted a career best in a narrow defeat at Nottingham in a first-time hood. Needs the headgear to have the same effect plus a bit more improvement to be involved.
Left the form of his first two races behind when showing big improvement at Salisbury. Looks the type to only improve with time and makes handicap debut on a potentially good mark.
Last Year's Winner
Isaan Queen (2/1), Astronaut (9/2), Sosume (5/1), Michaels Choice (11/2), Tinto (10/1), Grandstand (12/1), Muthhila (16/1), King's Girl (20/1), Pirate (22/1), Tin Hat (25/1), Drumnadrochit (50/1), The Paddocks (66/1)
- Isaan Queen
- Michaels Choice
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