18:30 Kempton Wed 14 November 2018
Has some smart form including a fifth in the Windsor Castle and while he isn't progressing continues to put in consistent performances. May be vulnerable at this distance.
Progressive in winning two of his last three with heavy ground a valid excuse for the defeat. Up in grade and trip but won latest start with plenty to spare and likely more to come.
Close fifth in York Listed race on her second start but well below that in two runs since. Interesting if bouncing back on handicap debut but others look more reliable propositions.
Showed nice improvement when a running on fourth on handicap debut over this C&D. Should be able to improve again and be involved.
240,000gns Showcasing filly who was below the promise of her first two starts when hanging badly over this C&D. Represents last year's winning stable but doesn't look on a tempting mark on handicap debut.
Consistent performer in six starts without winning and posted a career-best third in a valuable French maiden. Worth a try at this trip and respected.
Pulled too hard on handicap debut over this C&D and has been gelded since. Bit more required but improvement wouldn't be a surprise.
Royal Applause filly who has progressed on each run so far. Acts well here but this does need another step forward off this mark on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
Hold Still (11/4), Fume (7/2), Sosume (9/2), Glorious Charmer (6/1), Tin Hat (6/1), Intricate (12/1), Spell (16/1), Redemptive (20/1)
- Hold Still
- Glorious Charmer
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