20:00 Kempton Tue 6 November 2018
Won four of first five starts for this yard and goes well for her owner/rider. Slow start again cost her at Goodwood on latest start, but capable of going well with best foot forward.
Won a couple of amateur events last year, and looked like he'd improve for the outing when 4¾L seventh of 11 to Native Fighter over C&D in March. Worry he's not been seen since.
Ran well in a 1m maiden here in September, and improved stepping up to 1m2f when winning on handicap debut at Leicester. Good jockey booked, and likely to progress again, so much respected.
Not been at his best for a while and seemed to resent a tongue tie when running poorly at Catterick recently, starting very slowly and racing awkwardly. That aid quickly abandoned now.
Thriving sort who won over C&D on his penultimate outing, and defied a 6lb rise to score over 1m5f at Chelmsford last time. Hard to be confident his improvement has levelled out yet, so folly to ignore.
Gained back-to-back wins on turf in September 2016, but absent for 19 months afterwards. Form this year has been very in-and-out, and he's easy enough to oppose after latest no-show.
Has failed to build on early promise since moving from Ireland, and dropped to a claimer at Windsor last time having cut little ice over hurdles. Didn't do enough there to make him of interest.
Won under this rider from a 4lb lower mark at Brighton in September, but followed that with a poor run at Newbury. Three of her four wins have come on AW, though, so not a shock if she fares better here.
Caught the eye when third to Gododdin at Brighton on penultimate start, but well below form on polytrack debut last time, and has since left Ed Vaughan for 26,000 gns.
Won in the mud at Ffos Las in 2017, but has been soundly beaten since finishing third over hurdles at Sandown in December, and probably in need of winter ground to show his best.
Won off 3lb lower over 1m here in April, but stays further, and caught the eye over this trip at Newbury last time under an inexperienced amateur. Top rider booked now, and a big performance looks on the card.
Has improved with each run for current yard, and won over this trip at Ffos Las in September. Ran at least as well when second to a subsequent winner at Bath last time, and at least as good on AW as turf when trained in France. Shortlisted.
Helped by drop in class when second in a Windsor claimer last month in blinkers, but followed that with a poor run in a 1m handicap there, and headgear left off now.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Snowy Winter||3||10-12||11/4||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Mr S Walker|
Landue (13/8), Sunday Prospect (7/2), Ascot Day (8/1), Peace Prevails (11/1), Settle Petal (12/1), Luv U Whatever (12/1), Pretty Jewel (14/1), French Mix (20/1), Agent Gibbs (25/1), Hawridge Glory (33/1), Take Two (40/1), Take The High Road (50/1), Bazooka (66/1)
- Ascot Day
- Settle Petal
- Sunday Prospect
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