18:15 Kempton Wed 12 December 2018
Returns to the Flat after being pulled-up over hurdles last month. Both wins came over 1m4f and remains a touch high in the weights.
Raced five times over hurdles for Dan Skelton finishing runner-up in the first three. Formerly a Flat winner for Dermot Weld in Ireland and makes stable debut on an attractive mark. One to note in the betting.
Can blow the start but better away when not disgraced in a higher grade over this C&D. Place possibilities but 3lb higher than last winning mark and others better handicapped.
Back to form when making most over 1m3f here last time. 3lb rise shouldn't be an issue but he was given a fine ride from the front under this jockey and will likely face much more competition for the lead.
Yet to add to his debut success and well beaten in both starts since his gelding operation. Represents a tough ask again and a sharp rise in distance.
Won on handicap debut and then didn't appear to stay 1m4f here next time. Better back in trip in claiming company latest but more required off this current mark.
Lightly-raced since her Wolverhampton victory last winter and failed to stay over 1m6f last time. Drop in trip suits and can be competitive.
Galileo filly made all in a weak contest to get off the mark on her fourth start. Soft ground and two miles didn't suit at Newmarket but still a bit to prove off this revised mark.
Won two of his four starts so far and his defeat two starts back when hampered can be forgiven. Got first run in his win last time and while he can go close, this will be tougher up in grade off a 4lb higher mark.
Former C&D winner who was unsuited by the step up in trip last time. Better down in distance but remains on a high mark and all wins have come in lower grades.
Made all at Brighton as a two-year-old but although back to form at Chelmsford last time, he was unsuited by a battle for the lead. Likely to face competition up front again at a trip that stretches him.
Last Year's Winner
|8||General Hazard||4||9-6||8/1||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Edward Greatrex|
Get Back Get Back (5/2), Sunday Prospect (9/2), Saryshagann (6/1), Wimpole Hall (13/2), King Of The Sand (8/1), Lexington Law (12/1), Smiley Bagel (16/1), Dorella (16/1), Here's Alice (20/1), Albishr (33/1), Ezanak (33/1)
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