18:00 Chelmsford City Fri 15 March 2019
Not been with this yard very long but has looked out of sorts on recent starts. Well held over 6f at Wolverhampton last time and much more needed to be winning this from a poor draw.
Winner over C&D three starts back off a 4lb lower mark. Never really involved in tow starts since but is reunited with Seamus Cronin here and not without a shout if breaking well from a good draw.
Well backed favourite when winning with some authority over C&D three weeks ago. Still early days and every chance of another bold showing from just 5lb higher here.
Ran well at Wolverhampton two starts back but failed to back that up at Kempton last time. Only won once in 23 starts and needs to be at his absolute best here.
Hold-up performer who needs everything to fall right. In good form at the turn of the year but was disappointing over 7f at Wolverhampton last time. Hasn't run over this trip for nearly three years.
Admirable veteran gained 12th career success in January. Not beaten at all far in four starts since and is sure to run his race once more. Place claims at least.
Having returned to form over this C&D two starts back he duly showed real guts to win at Lingfield over this trip two weeks ago. Only up 2lbs and sure to give it another good go.
Not been in the best of form in recent weeks but would go close if returning to his best here. Visor goes on first time.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Independence Day||5||9-6||1/1||Full Result|
|T: S DonohoeJ: Joey Haynes|
Atyaaf (6/4), Red Stripes (3/1), Prominna (4/1), Coastal Cyclone (9/2), Hurricane Alert (8/1), Zipedeedodah (10/1), New Rich (14/1), Pharoh Jake (16/1), Le Manege Enchante (16/1), Precious Plum (20/1), Swendab (25/1), Deer Song (33/1)
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