15:35 Brighton Thu 18 October 2018
Gained career win number seven last time after a good run of form. Should remain competitive off 3lb higher and rates a leading contender.
Gained an overdue third career win at Lingfield and ran to the same level there last time. In good form but just one win from 35 starts on the turf.
Formerly a winner for William Haggas she showed promise in her first two starts for this new stable but has disappointed the last twice and more required.
Sprang a huge surprise in a Glorious Goodwood maiden on debut but has now proved regressive in four starts since.
Enjoyed a fine run of form winning five of his last seven including one over this C&D. Held off new mark at Epsom and may be in the grip of the handicapper now.
Seemed unsuited by an AW surface at Chelmsford and better judged on stylish Hamilton win. Possibly better suited by cut in the ground but is respected.
Maiden who has run to a consistent level without improving in seven starts. Can go well again but a bit more required for win purposes.
11-race maiden has shown some decent form on the AW and a quick turf surface. Bit to find with The Warrior and on this slower ground.
Gained his first win since May 2016 when scoring over this C&D. Up in grade and 3lb in the weights makes life tougher.
Showed promise in her first two starts for John Gosden before a disappointing effort. Stable and turf debut on first run following an absence and best watched unless significant market support.
Needs to put behind two disappointing performances since losing his maiden tag here and also needs to prove his stamina at this trip. Others look stronger.
Last Year's Winner
Zaajer (9/2), Zeshov (5/1), De Vegas Kid (11/2), Thechildren'strust (13/2), Rampant Lion (7/1), Agar's Plough (8/1), Dreaming Of Paris (17/2), The Warrior (9/1), Fieldsman (12/1), Rivas Rob Roy (33/1), Chloris (40/1)
- Rampant Lion
- The Warrior
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