15:15 Yarmouth Wed 22 May 2019
Only victory in 16 starts came on the Southwell Fibresand in November. Not an obvious contender switched back to turf off top weight.
Progressive filly who was winning for the second time this year when successful at Bath last week. One for the short list again under her 5lb penalty and trainer/jockey combination won this last year.
On quite a long, losing run and has dropped to a generous mark. Needs to find a spark if he is to exploit it, however.
Hinted at a return to form when fourth over 2m at Redcar last month. Back down to last wining mark so has to enter calculations if building on that display.
Last of nine, beaten a long way, on most recent outing at Windsor. Remains a maiden after 16 starts and is not obviously well handicapped.
Still a maiden after 11 races, but did not shape too badly behind a progressive sort over 1m4f at Bath last time. Bigger stamina test should suit and 2lb lower mark also helps.
Nine-raced maiden who has been gelded since his last run at this track in October. Room for improvement, but this reappearance run may be needed.
Has failed to hit the frame in eight starts and latest seventh of 11 on seasonal reappearance at Brighton did not suggest that was about to change any time soon. Should come on for the run, though, and is trying her longest trip so far.
First run since December when down the field in first-time blinkers at Chelmsford last month. No headgear this time and needs to improve significantly back on turf.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W GreatrexJ: Edward Greatrex|
Top Rock Talula (5/4), The Resdev Way (9/2), Strictly Art (8/1), Sir Fred (8/1), Princess Harley (9/1), Butterfield (12/1), Cue's Folly (16/1), Approaching Menace (20/1), Chantresse (33/1)
- Top Rock Talula
- The Resdev Way
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