16:30 Nottingham Sat 20 April 2019
Not beaten far in two starts at Newcastle towards the back end of last year but has been disappointing in four AW wins this time around. Starting to get back down towards his last winning mark but previous runs suggest he's better over 6f.
Has a poor record of one win from 47 starts. That came here over 6f but all the way back in 2013 and while he bounced back with a decent second last time, there's no guarantee he will back that up here.
Rattled off five wins in 2017 including a C&D success and belatedly got his head back in front at Chepstow towards the back end of last season. Entitled to need this on return given he doesn't have the best record fresh.
Still a maiden after 11 starts but went close last time out in first-time headgear at Wolverhampton. Cheekpieces left off here and returns from an absence but may be able to kick on this year.
Two wins from 14 starts, both over the minimum trip. Ran okay on debut for this yard last time out and may come on for that run so not one to rule out here, back below her last winning handicap mark.
Prolific on AW but yet to score in 22 turf starts. Has run well on fast ground on turf and arrives in good form after a good second last time; not one to rule out from a workable handicap mark.
Better on turf than AW and he was a no show at Southwell last time out. At his best when allowed to dominate but that's not likely here and others make more appeal.
Has been well below form on AW this winter and as her mark suggests, she's better on turf. Back below her last winning mark and fast ground is in her favour; should go well.
Just one win in 24 starts and that came on AW back in 2016. Out of form of late and looks vulnerable here.
Ran okay when given an easy lead at Chelmsford in March but has largely struggled on AW this winter. Out of the handicap here and others make more appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Just Maybe||4||9-12||11/2||Full Result|
|T: M MurphyJ: Nicola Currie|
Mutabaahy (5/2), Gamesome (3/1), You're Cool (5/1), Paco Escostar (8/1), Coastal Cyclone (10/1), Royal Mezyan (12/1), Pearl Noir (14/1), Flying Foxy (14/1), Major Valentine (16/1), Teepee Time (33/1), Swendab (33/1)
- Teepee Time
- You're Cool
- Flying Foxy
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