19:50 Chelmsford City Wed 7 November 2018
Looked one paced on handicap debut and yard continue to find winners hard to come by. Bred to be better than this but needs to improve on what he has shown.
Course winner not disgraced under his penalty last time having missed the break. Blinkers have yielded significant improvement and worth another try at this trip.
Good AW record and handily weighted. Not at his best on last two starts and would be a danger if a break has perked him up.
Seems to reserve his best for this venue nowadays and back to his last winning mark. Will be happy on return to this trip and looks a major contender.
2-10 AW record but best efforts have come at 1m and his record over this far is poor to say the least.
Triple track winner, twice over C&D. Off since April but has gone well fresh in the past. Has moved to a new yard but regular rider retained and market will be a guide to expectations.
Beat a couple of mid-80s rated horses at Pontefract last year and then chased home a useful sort at Musselburgh. Appeared to be coming to hand at Wolverhampton last week on second run back from a layoff so looks sure to give a good account.
Career record of 1-32 and he has finished last on two most recent starts. Returns from a five month break and probably more of a force at Southwell.
C&D winner who shaped a lot better than her finishing position suggested last week. A stronger pace and more luck in running would make her a danger to all.
Polytrack winner who caught the eye finishing fast over this trip a year ago. Not disgraced on return two weeks ago when not seeing much daylight and a big danger with that run under her belt.
Last Year's Winner
Global Art (3/1), Miss Blondell (4/1), Pink Phantom (4/1), Monoxide (6/1), The Eagle's Nest (8/1), Footsteps Forever (8/1), Captain Pugwash (16/1), Rubensian (20/1), Epitaph (33/1), In The Red (33/1)
- Footsteps Forever
- Miss Blondell
- The Eagle's Nest
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