13:20 Lingfield Tue 4 December 2018
On a long losing run and generally hard to win with. Has gone close in four of his last five starts and step up in trip not a worry. Should be involved again.
Won two and close second in first three starts for new stable before struggling from a poor draw last time. Better drawn to race on the pace and can bounce back.
Rattled off a hat-trick in lower company before held off new mark in this grade last time. Likely to find life tough again.
Has raced consistently since last win in February and now on a 4lb lower mark. Unlikely to be far away again.
Won and not beaten far in two starts in claiming company for previous yard but likely to find things tougher back in handicaps on stable debut.
Has raced well here previously and good second at Kempton latest. Shouldn't be far away but others look better handicapped.
Only had the five starts and built on two wins last year with a career best second at Goodwood. Well beaten on return from lengthy layoff and probably best watched unless significant market support.
Yet to win and only placed twice in 19 starts on the AW. Not beaten far over this C&D last time but more needed.
Twice a winner over this C&D for Marco Botti and ran well on stable debut here despite being caught wide. Well drawn and should be competitive.
On a losing run dating back to June 2017 and although well weighted needs to improve on latest C&D effort.
Last Year's Winner
Kamra (7/2), Harry Hurricane (9/2), Suzi's Connoisseur (5/1), Madrinho (5/1), Seprani (13/2), Joegogo (12/1), Highland Acclaim (14/1), Diamond Lady (14/1), La Fortuna (16/1), Golden Salute (25/1)
- Harry Hurricane
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