15:05 Redcar Mon 20 May 2019
Switch to front running paid off when landing a gamble at Windsor earlier in the month. 5lb rise is fair and this represents a drop in class so plenty in his favour.
All runs have been on the AW and doesn't appear to be progressing. Needs to step up for turf debut and learn to settle better
Showed little at two having been with Sir Michael Stoute first two runs. Handicap debut today and absent since November but worth noting in market as bred to be better than her opening mark.
Good ground winner for Johnny Murtagh last year. Hadn't shown much first two runs for current yard but better when second at Musselbugh a week ago though was well drawn that day.
10 race maiden who goes from the front. A couple of placed efforts at two and should improve for Thirsk comeback run when showing up for a long way.
Very good third on 6f comeback here last month when splitting subsequent winners. 2L ahead of Tomahawk Ridge then and is 3lb better off though that rival improved at this shorter trip since.
Lingfield sprint winner last summer but hasn't really gone on from that and although 9lb lower than start of this season, she has to bounce back.
No form in three runs for Charlie Fellowes having beaten a total of just two rivals and sold from that yard for just 800 gns earlier in the month.
Yet to reach the frame in nine attempts and although a touch better at Southwell last time needs to find a deal more to be of interest.
Has shown very little in five runs over 5 and 6f including handicaps the last twice and needs to leave that form behind her.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Laith Alareen||3||9-7||14/1||Full Result|
|T: I FurtadoJ: Jane Elliott|
Tomahawk Ridge (15/8), Frosted Lass (9/2), Dancing Mountain (5/1), The Grey Zebedee (5/1), Ghost Buy (8/1), Newgate Angel (16/1), Miss President (20/1), North Korea (50/1), Show The World (50/1), Raquelle (100/1)
- Tomahawk Ridge
- Frosted Lass
- Miss President
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