20:00 Hamilton Wed 12 June 2019
- CAE Technology Services Hamilton Handicap (Div 2) (Class 6)
- 1m 68y, Good (Good to soft in places in the loop)
- 13 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Was fourth of 12 over this C&D three starts back but since then has ran has been disappointing. It has been 14 races since his last win but he has to be respected off this mark. One to watch.
Long way down the field on all four of his starts this season, including on his last appearance when ninth of 11 runners over the extended 7f trip at Beverley. Was rated as high as 83 in Ireland so capable of better.
Still a maiden after 11 starts but he looked close to an opening success last August with some solid performances, most notably when second of five at Haydock (6f). Hasn't threatened yet on two starts this season. Improvement needed.
Was second of 12 at this course over 1m1f 14 days ago. Last victory was way back in February 2017. Was once rated as high as 77 so he still looks to have a great chance off his current mark. One for shortlist.
A C&D winner last August where he was in good form. He was third of 11 on his seasonal reappearance at Musselburgh (7f) last month but his two runs since then have been disappointing. Needs to bounce back.
A C&D winner who is looking for her first success in 14 starts here. Was a long way down the field in all five of her outings last year. Been off the track since October. May need the run here on comeback.
Was sixth of 10 runners at Musselburgh (7f) last month but did not get a clear run when he was making his challenge 2f out. Stepping up in trip which should help his chances. Last outing was encouraging. One to watch.
Yet to hit the frame in nine starts so far. Wasn't beaten too far at Windsor (1m) when fourth of 14 back in April. Has fallen down the weights again and could be off an interesting mark now. One to watch.
Has been beaten a long way since switching yards earlier this year, including on last run when he was ninth of 13 at Ayr (1m) as a 66/1 shot. Hard to make a case for on form on late so others are preferred.
Won last time over this distance at Wetherby where he stayed on strongly inside the closing 100 yards to get up. Gone up 7lb for latest win but is capable of much more so has a good chance of following it up.
Still a maiden after 15 races and has struggled to build upon her solid two-year-old form in Ireland. Her best run last season was when third of six at Brighton (1m). This is her first outing since last October. May need the run.
Has shown very little in her three starts so far in her career, including latest at Newcastle (1m) on the AW when 10th of 12 runners. Handicap debut though so keep an eye on any market confidence.
Has been beaten a long way in her three starts so far, including when 10th of 14 at Redcar (1m2f) last time. Has been handed the minimum handicap mark and hard to make a case for her on what we have seen so far.
Last Year's Winner
Fitzy (4/1), Fard (5/1), Samstar (5/1), Monsieur Piquer (11/2), Spirit Of Sarwan (7/1), Crazy Tornado (7/1), Restive (10/1), Be Bold (12/1), Vicky Cristina (16/1), Dasheen (20/1), Poyle George Two (25/1), Lizzie Loch (25/1), Dark Crystal (40/1), Gloryella (66/1)
- Spirit Of Sarwan
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