18:20 Brighton Sat 20 April 2019
Struggled when 15L 13th in a 7f handicap at Lingfield on debut for this yard last month. More needed if he is to register a third career success.
Ran well when 4L fourth over 1m at Kempton last time out. Cheekpieces worn for the first time that day are replaced with blinkers (first time) here and he is an interesting runner in this event.
Narrowly beaten in a 7f AW handicap at Wolverhampton on his penultimate outing. Fair seventh over the same C&D a week ago and making just his second turf appearance.
Regressed since finishing third over 7f at Kempton in October last year. Given a break since latest disappointing effort and market support would be notable on turf return.
Course winner and successful three times to date. Finished a decent sixth over an extended 1m at Wolverhampton on her penultimate start and drop in trip in her favour following a disappointing effort over 1m last time out.
Followed up a 7f victory on the AW at Lingfield last month with a head second 17 days later. Notable runner having finished a fair fifth over this trip at Chelmsford earlier this month.
Running well in defeat on the AW this year including when 1½L fourth over 7f at Lingfield last month. Given a short break since and is interesting off a mark 7lb lower than when winning over C&D last May.
Eight race maiden finished 7½L fifth in a 1m contest at Kempton last time out. Previously held in a 7f handicap at the same track and likely more needed in this contest.
C&D winner finished a fair fifth in a 7f handicap at Kempton earlier this month. Previously fourth over the same trip at Chelmsford but others hold stronger claims on this occasion.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Live Dangerously||8||8-7||11/2||Full Result|
|T: J J BridgerJ: K T O'Neill|
Rivas Rob Roy (5/2), Creek Harbour (7/2), Blessed To Empress (4/1), N Over J (11/2), Maazel (10/1), Malaysian Boleh (12/1), De Little Engine (14/1), More Salutes (16/1), Perfect Symphony (28/1)
- Rivas Rob Roy
- Creek Harbour
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