17:15 Yarmouth Wed 22 May 2019
- Fat Larry's Burgers At Great Yarmouth Handicap (Class 5)
- 1m 3y,
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Hit and miss on the AW recently and is 0-12 on synthetic surfaces. However, he was a C&D winner off 4lb higher in 2017 so he would be a threat if returning to form back on turf.
Better known for his exploits on the AW, but was back on turf when 15th of 20 at Ascot on latest outing. Down 4lb in a weaker race so not without hope.
Back to winning ways when scoring by a neck over C&D last month. Up 3lb, but has to enter calculations with last time's winning jockey back on board.
Scored in good style over 7f at this track a week ago and is turned out quickly under a 5lb penalty. On the upgrade and looks the one to beat.
Winner on the AW at Kempton last month and was not disgraced when fourth of 14 on turf at Chepstow last week. Competes off the same mark and has an each-way shout.
Frontrunner who does most of his winning on the AW, but can handle turf. Not disgraced when 10th of 17 at Newbury last week and will have more chance to dominate in this smaller field
Has beaten only one rival in two races this term. Handicap mark is on the slide, but he needs to show much more if he is to get involved.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A BaileyJ: Joshua Bryan|
Diva Star (7/4), Oud Metha Bridge (7/2), Takeonefortheteam (5/1), Casina Di Notte (5/1), Blame Culture (7/1), Misu Pete (16/1), Pumaflor (20/1)
- Diva Star
- Blame Culture
- Casina Di Notte
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