19:45 Windsor Mon 10 June 2019
Won over C&D from a 2lb lower mark in April and merits consideration on that effort. Last couple of starts have been below par though and he needs to bounce back here.
A consistent gelding that has thrived since undergoing wind surgery. Won with a little in hand at Doncaster on his penultimate start and also ran with credit in a hot handicap at York latest. Runs from the same mark and makes plenty of appeal.
Lost his way lately and needs to up his game considerably after three poor runs. On a very attractive mark but still hard to recommend on this year's form.
Winner at Newmarket on soft ground last November and back on the same mark after a string of modest performances. Also has a bit to prove stamina wise.
0-7 so far but reasonable to suggest he has some improvement in him; however, it's also very possible he'll be aimed at a career over jumps if he cannot better the form of his recent debut for current yard.
Won at Salisbury (where his yard has a healthy strike-rate over the years) last September but was never competitive at York on his seasonal bow (also finished a long way behind Get Back Get Back). Has a bit to prove now.
Won over a mile from this mark at Sandown last September but has struggled to find his level since. Stamina to prove over this trip.
On a long losing run and is only 1-15 on turf, so limitations appear set. The drop in trip will suit but not the easiest to get right and risk attached despite and attractive current mark.
Didn't have much luck under either code last season and plenty to prove at present. Best watched on debut for a new yard.
Last Year's Winner
|2||What A Welcome||4||9-7||6/4||Full Result|
|T: P R ChamingsJ: Joey Haynes|
Get Back Get Back (11/4), Past Master (7/2), Emenem (5/1), New Show (5/1), You're Hired (5/1), Rock Force (11/2), Global Art (11/2), C Note (10/1), Western Duke (10/1), C'Est No Mour (10/1), Dragons Voice (16/1), William Hunter (18/1), Midnight Wilde (25/1), Kyllachy Gala (33/1)
- Get Back Get Back
- You're Hired
- C'Est No Mour
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