16:45 Newcastle Tue 8 January 2019
Failed in hat-trick bid last time but looked in need of a step back up to this trip and expected to get back on track here. Should run well, particularly if he's allowed to dominate his four rivals from the front.
Caused a 40/1 shock over C&D in a maiden last time out, confirming the promise of his debut effort at Newbury. The assessor hasn't taken any chances with the opening mark but the runner-up from his appearance here last time has boosted the form.
Sent off favourite when winning a four-runner contest at Lingfield last time out, making it two wins from five starts. Has a habit of missing the break and needs more up in class against these rivals.
Placed here on her second career start but has failed to build on that multiple times since including on Tapeta at Wolverhampton last time. Needs to bounce back and others quite possibly better handicapped.
Still a maiden after seven starts but he's improved since switched to AW, narrowly denied over C&D prior to two respectable efforts at Southwell. Feasibly handicapped and expected to be thereabouts.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Windsor Cross||3||8-8||7/2||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: Barry McHugh|
Mardle (15/8), Zip (9/4), Seductive Moment (9/2), Woodside Wonder (11/2), Material Girl (10/1)
- Woodside Wonder
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