21:05 Perth Wed 15 May 2019
Pulled up in both starts in PTP's, but has made some minor progress under rules; makes his handicap debut after finishing a well beaten 100/1 fourth to Braid Blue here (2m4f) three-weeks ago; this race is a much easier option.
PTP winner; nine-race rules maiden; has fallen 10lb in the weights since joining this trainer; pulled up on testing ground at Exeter (2m7f, soft) 58-days ago.
13-race maiden who has placed good-ground form over this trip; left Charlie Longsdon for a mere £1,500 in May 2017 and absent since; can only be watched on this occasion.
Regularly placed in PTP's without winning; 0-6 under rules having fallen 14lb in the weights since making his handicap debut at Newcastle (3m, soft) in January.
11-race rules maiden; campaigned over fences recently, twice finishing second in low grade handicaps at Newcastle (2m4f) and Musselburgh (3m); poor at Hexham latest, so his trainer resorts to a first-time visor back over the smaller obstacles.
0-13 over hurdles; beaten approximately 1L when finishing third off this mark over C&D in July 2018 (good); should benefit from her recent comeback run; enters calculations at the very least in a weak race.
Out of the 2m-2m5f chase winner Posh Stick and a half-brother to point winner Ripstick, therefore it's perhaps unsurprising that he's struggled over hurdles (0-6) so far; unlikely winner.
Poor maiden who hasn't stepped forward since being switched to handicapping; difficult to identify how (and if) she will be able to raise her game the required notch or two; stablemate of Eagle Ridge.
20-race maiden; 6L runner up to the Micky Hammond-trained Dontdelay (11/10f) in a Class 5 3m Hexham handicap (heavy) on her penultimate start; today's faster ground is no real concern.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G BewleyJ: Jonathon Bewley|
Angel's Envy (9/4), White Lilac (9/2), Skyhill (11/2), Monsieur Bagot (15/2), Emirat De Catana (9/1), Millrose Bell (9/1), Cudgel (11/1), Eagle Ridge (14/1), Just Brooke (20/1), Song Of The Night (28/1)
- Angel's Envy
- Millrose Bell
- Emirat De Catana
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