14:50 Southwell Tue 11 December 2018
Impressive when winning at Wolverhampton in October but he failed to back that up next time in handicap company. More needed to defy a wide draw on Fibresand debut but sire has a fair strike-rate on the surface.
Won twice on AW in 2017 but tailed off on two subsequent starts and returns from a lengthy absence here; others preferred this time.
Just one win from 11 starts and his two outings on AW have been a little below par in comparison to his Flat form. Wears first-time blinkers.
Two-time course winner but has completely gone off the boil in recent starts and has gone off at triple figure prices of late. Interesting if her return to Southwell can spark a revival.
On a long losing run at present and while a placed effort in claiming company at Newcastle was a step back in the right direction, he needs more on Fibresand debut here.
Still a maiden after eight starts but his better efforts have come here and he was entitled to need the run last time out. Likely capable off this sort of mark.
Failed in his bid for a hat-trick here last time when never travelling but gained the first win of his sequence around here and this trainer does well with his raiders from Ireland. Dropped in the handicap and can't be ruled out.
Course winner earlier in the year and has placed on each of his last two starts, both at this course. Likely to have one in him off this mark but possibly not in a race this competitive. Wears first-time cheekpieces.
Still a maiden after 17 starts and the gelding didn't give the impression he was about to lose his maiden tag towards the end of the turf season. Yard usually get the best out of these sorts at some stage but perhaps best watched for now.
Has one win from 10 starts at this course and he's on a long losing run at present. Handicap mark continues to fall but hard to fancy in a race this competitive.
A maiden after 13 starts. Ran just okay on her sole start here and easy enough to pass over from a long way out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Mach One||3||9-6||5/2||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Edward Greatrex|
Earl Of Bunnacurry (3/1), Mr Coco Bean (3/1), Roman De Brut (11/2), Regular Income (7/1), Motajaasid (9/1), Havelock (10/1), Admiral Rooke (11/1), Sunbreak (16/1), Helen Sherbet (22/1), Grey Destiny (25/1), Love Rat (25/1), Golden Guide (50/1)
- Love Rat
- Earl Of Bunnacurry
- Mr Coco Bean
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