16:55 Lingfield Tue 23 April 2019
Won a C&D maiden contest in September 2017 but struggled in two starts last year including over 7f here in September. Others make more appeal.
Three time winner on turf as a juvenile but struggled last season and handicap mark is falling as a result. Races off a mark 6lb lower than for her most recent success.
Winner of a 1m maiden at Kempton for William Haggas in January 2017 and placed twice for this yard last year. Form tailed off however and hopes appear to lie with a break bringing about a revival.
C&D winner has placed on both starts this term most recently when a close second over 1m at Pontefract (good-to-firm) earlier this month. Races off a 1lb higher mark here and is one for the shortlist in this contest.
C&D winner beaten a neck when runner-up over C&D at the end of last month. Struggled over an extended 1m at Wolverhampton when turned out quickly and interesting to see how he fares in this contest.
Placed four times for Roger Charlton but disappointing on debut for this yard at Wolverhampton last month. Had wind surgery since and wears a tongue tie for the first time.
C&D winner in the past and ran well when finishing fourth over 1m at Windsor (good) last time. Shown some decent form on the AW this year prior to that and is a notable runner on this occasion.
Good fourth over 7f here in October but struggled in a big field event over the same trip at Newbury (good-to-soft) later that month. Probably best watched on seasonal debut.
Winner over C&D back in January. Sole start for Paul D'Arcy that day and is of interest despite a 4lb rise on first start since returning to this stable.
Well beaten over 1m2f when making his debut for this stable earlier this month. Well handicapped on old form but drop in distance not certain to suit.
Last Year's Winner
Arctic Sea (5/4), Dark Alliance (6/1), Nawar (8/1), Connaught Ranger (8/1), Weloof (8/1), Dreaming Of Paris (9/1), The Warrior (10/1), Here's Two (14/1), She Believes (16/1), Deadly Accurate (33/1), Dubai Mission (50/1), Officer Drivel (66/1)
- Arctic Sea
- The Warrior
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