16:15 Kempton Sat 20 April 2019
Pick of his form last season at Ascot with Shergar Cup victory and Wokingham fourth. Ran right up to best on comeback in Listed event at Doncaster and should come on for that. AW debut today.
Didn't quite scale the heights of 2017 last year but only had four runs and did score at Sandown in July. Claims if returning on peak form.
Developed into good handicapper last term with four wins to his name but not been in the same form in Dubai this winter and has to bounce back.
Form tailed off last season but as a result is now back on his last winning mark and showed enough on comeback run after wind operation to be of interest.
Front runner who has four course victories to his name. Quickly back to form here last time and although generally seen at 7f, is fully effective at this shorter distance. Also engaged 1-30 Lingfield Friday.
Has taken his form to another level since blinkers tried with wins at Lingfield and over C&D.. Up 12lb for those wins but clearly in fine fettle and is a major player.
Rattled off a hat-trick last summer but not quite in the same form since. Should come on for Windsor comeback run and respected from his inside draw.
Lightly raced and career best to beat Outrage over C&D last autumn. May have needed run when third at Chelmsford after a break and almost certainly hasn't stopped improving.
Came up short in his bid for a four-timer when second here last month but remains in form and although this is stronger contest. loves it here and can't be left out of calculations.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Raven's Lady||4||8-9||7/1||Full Result|
|T: M BottiJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Indian Tygress (5/2), Global Tango (9/2), Exchequer (5/1), Tis Marvellous (13/2), Victory Wave (8/1), Lahore (10/1), Treacherous (11/1), Embour (12/1), Vibrant Chords (14/1), Naadirr (20/1)
- Global Tango
- Indian Tygress
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