14:00 Newmarket Fri 17 May 2019
Wide margin Brighton winner at two went close the next twice on turf before ending season in midfield on AW at Kempton. Doesn't leap off the page as well handicapped as she starts out at three.
Went close in final two starts as a two-year-old but was last of 12 on return at Epsom. Visor added now so that offers cause for hope she can get back on track.
Third first time out at Leicester encouraging enough that she went off favourite at Chepstow subsequently. Slow start there saw her again settle for third but still suspect she's around about a winning mark.
Thrice-raced gelding showed limited potential in three starts as a juvenile. First-time out and in a handicap here and the booking of Oisin Murphy has to be seen as a positive signal of intent.
Won at Lingfield in January but three lasts and a ninth of 11 since then make him pretty unappealing now.
Built on the promise of her fourth at Lingfield two starts back by going down by just a head latest when second at Windsor over 1m. Upped 1lb for that effort but may be even better back at 7f so has very obvious claims.
Bits and pieces of form showed promise at two where he ran six times and placed once. Well held in opening nursery at Leicester in last start so opening mark at three likely high enough.
Never better than midfield in three starts at two but met some useful sorts along the way and was always hamstrung by slow starts. With a winter under his belt under respected trainer he could be the sort to improve on handicap debut.
Yet to win in nine starts but wasn't too far away at Kempton in November, despite being slowly away. His tendency to be slow to break was again advertised latest when fourth at Redcar. First-time visor may be a shrewd move.
Ran three times as a two-year-old with his sixth of 11 latest at Kempton the pick of his form. Starts out in a handicap off a lowly mark but not seen enough so far.
Ended last season with a 1¾L fourth in a 6f handicap at Catterick (good). Gelded since but somewhat disappointing on return when ninth of 13 at Chelmsford. Come on for that run now but will need a big step-up.
Left debut running well behind when finishing third at Kempton over 7f but after almost unshipping her rider leaving the stalls next she was never involved. Enters handicaps now a very unexposed filly and shrewd trainer will be well aware of that.
Little encouragement at two and well held in two AW handicaps earlier this season. Plenty to prove now although may be better on turf.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W JarvisJ: Kieran Shoemark|
Redemptive (11/2), Saikung (11/2), Old Red Eyes (8/1), City Master (8/1), Mohogany (10/1), Broughtons Flare (11/1), Orliko (11/1), Rosamour (12/1), Chop Chop (12/1), Toro Dorado (12/1), Salmon Fishing (16/1), Winter Gleam (16/1), Maid Millie (20/1), Axel Jacklin (100/1)
- Chop Chop
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