17:30 Kempton Wed 16 January 2019
Took a big step forwards when breaking through over this C&D on his third start and progressed again when second at Chelmsford. 2lb rise shouldn't be an issue and represents a leading stable in good form. Should be involved again.
Made a rapid start to her career in winning all three starts since a wind operation following her debut. Little went right here last start after stumbling out of the stalls and every chance she could leave that behind with leading rider booked.
Sole win came over this C&D for David Elsworth but form has gone backwards in two disappointing runs for new yard and best watched on first run since gelding operation.
Form has gone backwards over hurdles for new yard and both Flat wins have come in a maiden and a claimer. Looks a tough ask in this higher grade on return to this code.
Has progressed in each of three handicap starts and has been unsuited by a slow pace the last twice. Likely to get a stronger pace to aim at and has dropped to a very attractive mark. Should go close.
Winner over this C&D last month but has struggled twice off higher marks since. Drop in grade from last start here will help and stable in decent form but others look better handicapped.
Back on a good mark but losing run stretches back to October 2017. Largely inconsistent since and yet to impress at this track in three starts. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
Holy Heart (6/4), Sun Hat (4/1), Enzemble (4/1), Come On Tier (6/1), Juanito Chico (9/1), Noble Peace (20/1), Carouse (50/1)
- Come On Tier
- Sun Hat
- Holy Heart
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