18:00 Leicester Mon 10 June 2019
Looks the sort who has been brought along with handicaps in mind although she's yet to really build on her debut promise. All her runs so far have been over 6f; needs the emphasis more on stamina, 7f to suit much better.
Ran his best looking race on handicap debut last time having shown little in his qualifying runs; all his four runs so far have come over further. Now drops in trip and grade although his mark still looks a rather stiff one.
Has improved run-by-run and offered further encouragement switched to turf last time in a useful Salisbury maiden over 6f. This switch to Class 6 handicaps over a longer trip should be much more to his advantage; forward showing expected.
A break and a wind op proved to be the catalyst for an improved display on handicap debut on the AW over 7f (backed at decent prices). Failed to build on that run returned to turf last time (gelded subsequently); bounce back needed.
Form last year including in a C&D nursery doesn't rise much about a level that is fair his mark looking onerous on what he's accomplished so far. Ran without any enthusiasm last time back from a break/wind op; others appeal more.
There was promise in her three runs leading up to her nursery debut but she failed to make an impression in both of her handicaps at the end of last year. Yet to prove that she stays 7f but back from break that may have proved beneficial.
Clear promise on his debut on the AW over 6f last autumn but he's failed to kick on from that in any way including in a couple of handicaps at up to 1m. Dropped 4lb from his last handicap his mark still looks stiff but he could be bubbling under.
Made a definite step forward in her performances since returning from a break and entering into handicaps. Starts out on a very workable mark for one with her pedigree and won't be far away from improving on her two recent runner-up slots.
Mixed bag so far in handicaps although not without some promise and she is coming down the weights now. Did plenty wrong last time in a first-time visor but did better than the bare result; back at 7f making her turf debut, no forlorn hope.
Needs some creative thinking to suggest that he might have a chance in this having only hinted at ability as a juvenile. Ran poorly on his nursery debut and not seen since; has had a wind op but has to improve to defy this mark.
Both starts this year in handicaps have given hope for the future despite neither run going totally to plan (still looks inexperienced). Failed to justify some good support on AW debut last time; return to 7f a bonus, one to include in calculations.
Four starts in handicaps this year over various trips with the latest run at Ripon seeing her fail to build on the promise of her previous run dropped to 6f. Not beaten that far and a return to 7f will help but others more persuasive.
Second in a small-field on handicap debut at Southwell (6f) that remains his best pieces of form in this sphere. Went with a little more zest last time back on turf; faces a difficult task off this mark against potential improving sorts.
Poor form in three qualifying runs with very little sign of any real ability so far and hopes now pinned on handicapping making a difference. Given a very lowly mark though and would be a major surprise to see her win.
Last Year's Winner
Lonicera (9/2), Hey Ho Let's Go (5/1), Salmon Fishing (11/2), Classic Star (7/1), Air Hair Lair (15/2), Maid Millie (10/1), Perfect Swiss (10/1), Laxmi (10/1), Run After Genesis (14/1), Zalmi Angel (14/1), Any Smile (14/1), Alabama Dreaming (16/1), Amor Kethley (20/1), Cambeleza (25/1), Congress Place (25/1), Thedevilinneville (25/1), Fabulous View (33/1)
- Hey Ho Let's Go
- Perfect Swiss
- Alabama Dreaming
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