20:20 Kempton Wed 12 June 2019
- 32Red Casino Handicap (Class 4)
- 7f, Standard / Slow
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Generally a reliable AW performer. Below par on turf last time out at Nottingham. Stepping back in trip a slight worry but is a game filly running for an in-form yard. Very much respected at this level.
Great performance to win over course and distance a week ago. More on his plate here but the manner of that victory suggests there is more to come. Once again, he is well drawn and will take all the beating.
Last victory came at this track over a mile. Continued to run well without getting her head in front for her next five races at this track before being given a break. Has run well fresh and looks one for the shortlist.
Some fair turf form over this distance when with Andrew Balding last season. Struggled when upped in distance for new connections on reappearance. Maybe best watched on debut on this surface.
Slightly unlucky in-running last time out at Chelmsford returning from a break and having been gelded. Clearly room for improvement and has run well here in the past. Very much one to consider though draw is a slight concern.
Not really been firing since returning to his current trainer after running well for Paul D'arcy. No reason to suspect he will be back to his best here and wide draw is not ideal.
On a long losing streak (last win came at this track over a mile nearly two years ago). Slightly unlucky last time out and now looks well handicapped. Has run well fresh and should not be too easily written off.
Kempton specialist who rarely puts in a bad performance. Fair effort for new connections at this track three weeks ago and nicely drawn. Yet to win off such a high handicap mark but will give a good account of himself.
Was running some decent races until April 2018 but two appearances since then suggest something is not quite right. Chance if back to best but his last reappearance run was weak and best watched.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E De GilesJ: Callum Shepherd|
Quick Breath (13/8), Papa Stour (4/1), Briyouni (6/1), Yusra (6/1), Roman Spinner (13/2), Soar Above (10/1), Chai Chai (10/1), Mr Minerals (12/1), Inaam (25/1), Dutiful Son (33/1)
- Quick Breath
- Papa Stour
- Soar Above
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