18:05 Nottingham Sat 20 April 2019
Gained his first win on his 20th start last time out at Windsor but flattered by being held up off a strong pace that day and not guaranteed to back that up here from a 3lb higher mark.
A winner at Chepstow in August and declared a non-runner four times since due to soft ground. Ought to get his conditions here and back on a workable mark if ready to go on his return.
Hasn't won on turf since his maiden success in 2016. In good form around Dundalk earlier in the year but has lost his way since and looks vulnerable on his return to turf.
Lost his form towards the back end of last year but only 2lb above his last winning handicap mark as a result. The ground has come in his favour and he's an interesting contender if ready to go on his return.
Getting better with every start when last seen as a juvenile but entitled to need this run on her return from a lengthy absence here.
A four-time winner on turf but hasn't been seen since the end of the summer and all his best form has come with a bit of cut in the ground. Can be slow to break and looks opposable on his return here.
Starting to look very well handicapped on his form from 2017 and bounced back with a much better effort at Chelmsford on Friday. Fascinating contender if he takes his chance here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D O'MearaJ: D Tudhope|
Juanito Chico (2/1), Lady Of Aran (7/2), Kharbetation (5/1), Mr Tyrrell (5/1), Confrontational (7/1), Kenstone (14/1), Mutarakez (20/1)
- Juanito Chico
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
King Of Tonga can rule the roost on his seasonal return at Beverley, according to David Clough - he has a tip for every race.
Matt Brocklebank heads to Ireland for the best bet on Thursday with Billy Lee fancied to ride a winner at Tipperary.
Don't miss Matt Brocklebank's latest column as a 50/1 shot features is his long-range staking plan for the Investec Derby.