19:20 Kempton Wed 12 June 2019
- 32Red On The App Store Handicap (Class 5)
- 1m 2f 219y, Standard / Slow
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Beaten less than a length on her last appearance which represents some of the best form in this contest. Had previously disappointed at Brighton over a trip that perhaps stretched her stamina. Proved she handled this surface as a juvenile .
Struggled on his seasonal reappearance run at Chepsto but ran much better over the same trip (1m2f) at Leicester in a handicap. Should improve again and excellent chance if taking to this surface.
No obvious excuses for dreadful run last time out at Redcar. Had previously shown a modicum of ability in two races either side of a break at Wolverhampton. Place chance on best of form but that last run was worrying.
Another who disappointed last time when beaten by nearly 10 lengths at Southwell over 1m4f. Had previously been quite reliable without threatening to win. Beaten favourite last two starts and starting to become costly to follow.
Below par last time out at Windsor (with blinkers) having previously put in a career best performance over course and distance the time before (without blinkers). Headgear off here and should be capable of running his race.
Lightly-raced colt who ran well on his reappearance at this track over a slightly shorter trip before disappointing last time out at Salisbury. Step up in trip should suit and return to this surface a plus. Interesting.
Seemed well handicapped in hindsight when scoring cosily at Goodwood on his seasonal reappearance. More to do here but looks a progressive sort and certainly looks the one to beat if he improves again for this step up in trip.
Reasonable effort on reappearance at Brighton (1m2f) before struggling over an extended mile at Chepstow latest. Hard to interpret overall form and probably best watched in this contest.
fair performer last season for Charlie Hills. Seemed to be progressing in the right direction for new connections before disappointing last time out at Leicester when stepping up to 1m2f. No reason to see why this extra furlong will help.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Atticus Boy||3||9-3||11/2||Full Result|
|T: D R LaniganJ: S Donohoe|
Dreamweaver (11/4), Baasem (9/2), Little India (5/1), Mondain (5/1), Sawasdee (8/1), Spirit Of Angel (10/1), Mr Zoom Zoom (14/1), Flying Moon (16/1), Fares Alpha (16/1), Four Mile Bridge (25/1)
- Little India
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