20:30 Chepstow Sat 8 June 2019
C&D winner who has already won twice this year producing a career best when winning at Windsor reverting to turf after an AW winter campaign. Failed to match that last win in her recent starts; would need one or two to run below-par.
4-18 over this trip and has looked to need both her runs this season starting out for a new yard after being with Ron Harris. Should step forward on the back of those two starts especially with the handicapper starting to release his grip.
Placed on his two previous visits here his form this year has proved to be rather in-and-out after he started the year with an AW 5f win off a 3lb lower mark. Below-par at Bath last time in a small-field affair; more needed to get involved.
Resumed winning ways and looked good when doing so at Wolverhampton in March (5f) off a 3lb lower mark. All his best form is on the AW and he's yet to win on turf (0-12) which leaves him rather vulnerable here.
Visor goes on for the first time and that needs to have a positive effect (also tried in other headgear). Cheekpieces appear the headgear of choice (won three times in those); looks on a fair mark but not easy to win with.
Has generally performed with credit here with a win over 6f to his name but went backwards from his reappearance at Hamilton last time. Yet to win off a mark this high and given his below-par run last time is best watched for now.
Four-time course winner with three of those wins coming at 6f; the latest last July off a 5lb higher mark (won with little to spare). Veteran now but did show that the old sparkle was still there last time (better than bare result); one to note.
Losing run continues to grow although his last run at Beverley gave the impression he was capable of breaking that streak soon; not unduly punished finishing midfield. At the veteran stage now but features on an attractive mark; can't be ignored.
Hardly has the most compelling profile (1-21) with his only win coming back in July 2018 when trained in Ireland (15 starts have passed since then). Does have his going days (has done the last twice); not one to rely on though.
Last Year's Winner
A Sure Welcome (10/3), National Glory (9/2), Roys Dream (9/2), Union Rose (5/1), Bellevarde (5/1), Swanton Blue (11/2), Kinglami (8/1), Ladweb (12/1), Crystal Deauville (12/1), Secretinthepark (16/1), Quantum Dot (25/1), Glamorous Rocket (28/1)
- Roys Dream
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