17:00 Kempton Wed 5 December 2018
Career-best when winning eight-runner nursery at Lingfield (5f, AW) latest, making it 2-2 in this sphere in doing so. Goes up to 6f here, which promises to suit, and key player again having been raised 3lb.
Should go close on best form, was hampered last time at Chelmsford ensuring that below-par effort can be overlooked. Place claims.
Made is 2-3 for John Bridger with Windsor success over 5f on good to soft in October. Handicapper has reacted with a sharp rise in the weights and faces tougher task for sure.
Runner-up in a nursery at Chelmsford over 6f last month, beaten 4L. Needs to improve to better that finishing place and comes from widest draw now.
Managed to win a couple of minor heats for Richard Fahey but out of sorts final start for that handler and facing stiff task on handicap/polytrack debut seemingly.
Winning start over 5f at Nottingham in April on good to soft. Not able to build on that in two further outings (had wind surgery after second start) and left with plenty to do based on C&D novice run in September. Handicap bow.
Made all to win at Catterick in October (6f, good to firm) and not without claims now down in trip for handicap bow after seemingly failing to see out 7f at Newcastle sole start since.
Sent off favourite for Lingfield nursery over 6f on the AW in September and finished third. Should be more to come and has been gelded since. In the frame.
Lost his way for previous handler tackling longer trips but could be on a decent mark down in distance for new trainer. One to keep an eye on.
Cheekpieces on for first time, last of 28 at Newmarket (6f, good to soft) 60 days ago. Could have more to offer going handicapping here.
Last Year's Winner
Beleaguerment (5/2), Reticent Angel (7/2), Superseded (7/2), Antonia Clara (13/2), Grandstand (12/1), Lexington Palm (14/1), Cavalry Park (14/1), Hua Hin (16/1), Pink Flamingo (16/1), Aegean Mist (25/1), Good Tyne Girl (33/1), Ever Rock (50/1)
- Reticent Angel
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