17:45 Windsor Mon 10 June 2019
Won over C&D on his second start as a juvenile and went on to finish fourth in the Two-Year-Old Trophy at Redcar last season, so has decent form to his name. Well held all three starts this term but this looks easier. Chance if bouncing back.
Versatile regarding the ground but best form has been posted on the AW; did run well over C&D last week and possible he can improve on that. Needs to though and doesn't look particularly well handicapped at present.
Consistent in three starts last year but made little impression on his seasonal/handicap debut at Chester last month; big improvement required.
Won over 5f and 6f last season and wasn't disgraced on his return at Haydock last month. Needs to step things up a couple of notches but more to do from 4lb higher than his last winning mark.
Won over 6f at Yarmouth last August but has finished last in all four starts since. Current yard is noted for revitalising horses of his type but the magic is yet to reap a dividend with this fellow, who now has plenty to prove.
Well suited by the minimum trip but recent starts have been below par. Has won for today's rider but needs to up his game after four poor efforts since March.
Maged a win during her time with Richard Hughes but has been below par lately and yet to hit top form for her current yard. (Races from a career lowest mark.)
Can make the running and seemed to have improved for a wind operation when she won at Southwell in March; held at Lingfield last time but dropped 1lb since; feasible she can bounce back and interesting if the filly attracts support in the betting.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Kodiac Express||3||8-7||8/1||Full Result|
|T: M MurphyJ: Gabriele Malune|
Glorious Charmer (5/2), James Watt (11/4), Angel Alexander (10/3), Fen Breeze (4/1), Uncle Jerry (6/1), Lille (6/1), Pink Iceburg (20/1), Autumn Splendour (22/1), Sandridge Lad (33/1)
- Fen Breeze
- James Watt
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