15:40 Beverley Wed 29 May 2019
Kempton two-year-old winner in 2017 for William Haggas did little in two starts for George Scott last year and has now changed hands again. Season and stable debut following wind surgery and best watched unless significant support.
Best suited by fast ground last year with three wins among some overall inconsistent form. On a workable mark and should be fitter for his reappearance over this C&D but remains hard to predict.
Remains quite high in the handicap at 4lb higher than his last win which came over this C&D. Has needed three runs to get going in his last two campaigns so may be worth waiting for further down the line.
Was 0-14 for Ann Duffield but has proved a revelation for his current yard in rattling up a quick hat-trick over this C&D. Handles any ground and her latest win was another career best. One to stick with off just 3lb higher.
Likes fast ground and now 6lb lower than winning over this C&D in July of last year. Proved much better for his first two runs back this season when third at Carlisle and remains one of the better handicapped runners. First-time cheekpieces added.
Didn't finish outside the first three in three starts as a juvenile and ran again with promise on reappearance and handicap debut at Newcastle. Proved disappointing down in grade at Hamilton and has proven better suited by the AW so far.
Five-time winner over distances between 7f and 1m2f and back on last winning mark. Disappointing in three starts since a break and chances revolve around heavy rain arriving.
Last Year's Winner
|4||El Principe||5||9-4||20/1||Full Result|
|T: J L EyreJ: Jane Elliott|
Kylie Rules (5/4), Poet's Dawn (3/1), Club Wexford (6/1), Ghayyar (8/1), Kingdom Brunel (8/1), Beverley Bullet (12/1), Barton Mills (50/1)
- Kylie Rules
- Club Wexford
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