14:00 Chelmsford City Thu 11 April 2019
13-race maiden formerly trained by Karl Burke whose best form would give her a chance off this mark. Not disgraced on penultimate start, and lost all chance leaving the stalls last time. Hood she's worn on recent starts left off now.
Has found plenty for pressure to win his last two starts over 1m here, and clearly in fine heart right now. Raised another 3lb by the handicapper, but good apprentice on board, and should be suited by this longer trip, so much respected.
Yet to win since leaving Ireland, and rather lost his way last back-end for Mark Gillard, but definite signs of a revival on debut for new yard at Lingfield recently, and well handicapped if he can build on that.
C&D winner who has got back to form when placed at Wolverhampton and Newcastle on her last two starts. Return to further should suit, but is beginning to creep up the weights, and is yet to win a handicap.
Below form since scoring over 2m here in October, but has fallen below his last winning mark as a result, and fared a bit better when fourth over 1m6f here last time. Needs another step up to take this, though.
Tough sort who bounced back from a poor run on turf when third of 10 to Dream Magic in a 1m4f apprentice handicap at Lingfield last time. Losing run now stands at 16, however, and others preferred for win purposes.
Quickly back on the same mark as when winning over C&D last month, although he has proved a little disappointing in three runs since. Wins in his turn, so unwise to rule him out of calculations.
Little to cheer about over hurdles for a different yard of late, and didn't show enough on the Flat for Tim Easterby to be of much interest having moved stables again,
Last Year's Winner
Compass Point (9/4), Don't Do It (3/1), Corked (4/1), The Lords Walk (5/1), Chantresse (8/1), Attain (14/1), Carvelas (20/1), Rainbow Jazz (25/1), Majestic Man (66/1), Foxy's Spirit (100/1)
- Compass Point
- The Lords Walk
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