19:45 Newcastle Fri 9 November 2018
Unplaced on all starts in Ireland and best watched on debut for new handler following an absence of over a year.
First foal of a triple point-to-point winner, out of dual bumper winner. Beaten wide margins on all starts and drops in trip for handicap/AW debut.
C&D winner is on his right mark after two runs over experimental trips. Jockey booking interesting and goes on the shortlist.
Both wins in 23 starts have come here and not overburdened in an attempt to improve that record. Clearly in better form than most.
Has a good AW record and particularly on Tapeta but regressive in 2017. Some positives to be taken from her reappearance three weeks ago and has dropped to an attractive mark.
Improved effort here last weekend when promising to stay this extra furlong. Due to race off a higher mark next week.
13-race maiden who has not got home on her last couple of starts here and the visor fitted last time is removed.
Winner of eight races, the last two years ago, but 0-17 on AW tracks and yet to make the frame for this yard.
Improved on an inauspicious stable last time but still beaten a fair distance. 3lb wrong in the weights and hard to fancy.
Career record of 1-35 but has joined a yard that could unlock some improvement from a mark which has dropped considerably in the past year.
Showed a bit of promise here and at Southwell last winter. Off 11 months so likely this run will be needed.
Mark has dropped 20lb over his last six runs and with good cause. Change of tactics failed to inspire last time.
Came in for support in a better race than this last weekend. Fair fourth that day and stable's horses have been running well.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Mrs H MainJ: P J McDonald|
Thecornishbarron (11/4), Highwayman (5/1), Kavora (6/1), Silk Mill Blue (13/2), Little Choosey (15/2), Bareed (9/1), Betty Grable (14/1), Frame Rate (16/1), Skito Soldier (25/1), For Three (25/1), Jennies Gem (33/1), Sledmere (33/1), Aberdonian (66/1), Evanescent (80/1)
- Silk Mill Blue
- Little Choosey
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