14:00 Yarmouth Wed 12 June 2019
Yard without a winner for over 10 weeks and this mare hasn't been in great form of late over 5f. Dropped a further 2lb and steps up a furlong but she has something to prove at present.
Handles a fast surface having won on form ground at Bath last campaign. Didn't appear to see it out over 7f last two starts but is interesting back at this trip . Yard in decent form too at present.
Stable in fine form and does well at this track. Probably found soft ground against him when running poorly last time but has a shout on previous fourth at Doncaster on better surface. Yet to win but is potentially nicely handicapped.
All three career wins have come on AW and is a poor 0-5 on turf, failing to reach a place. 5lb higher than last modest effort on turf so looks to have plenty on her plate.
11-race maiden who ran twice on turf for Owen Burrows but hasn't raced on grass since joining current yard in January. Turf form isn't bad in context of this race though so worth a market check for any interest.
Ideally suited by a little juice in the ground so could do with some rain, but has run respectably last two starts in 6f h'caps, keeping on final furlong both occasions. Yard among the winners of late too.
Stable companion of Cliff. Only win in 15 starts for Dean Ivory came over 5f on Polytrack. Showed speed over 5f in two outings at Windsor this spring and was fair fourth at Chelmsford last time. Debut for new yard.
Only success in 27 starts came over 7f for Clifford Lines at Lingfield (AW) in January. Placed only twice from 15 attempts on turf but ran well here over 7f penultimate start. Drop back in trip not a negative.
Yard landed this contest last year but this filly looks in handicapper's grip at present and hasn't done enough to suggest she's going to provide connections with another win in this event.
Overcame trouble-in-running to finish fast and score by a nose at Nottingham over 6f last week and is unpenalised as that was an apprentices event. Clearly in good heart and shouldn't be far away if things go his way.
Unexposed on turf having run just twice and shaped with promise at modest level on each occasion. Step back up in trip from minimum looks sensible and may not be far away off low mark.
Fallen 29lb in handicap over last 30 months but hasn't really looked like a winner-in-waiting over last year. Well beaten last twice and others make more appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Wild Acclaim||4||8-12||4/1||Full Result|
|T: P S McEnteeJ: Oisin Murphy|
Cliff (10/3), Viking Way (4/1), Hello Girl (6/1), Catapult (15/2), Poppy May (10/1), Mother of Dragons (10/1), Praxedis (10/1), Napping (12/1), Alaskan Bay (12/1), Spirit Of Zebedee (14/1), Showdance Kid (14/1), Haader (16/1), Dubai Elegance (25/1), Savannah Beau (25/1), Good Business (33/1), Out Of The Ashes (33/1)
- Dubai Elegance
- Viking Way
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