15:00 Yarmouth Wed 12 June 2019
14-race maiden whose 20lb drop in the weights over the last 11 months hasn't obviously prompted any improvement. Looks up against it despite tumbling through the grades.
First-time blinkers applied and has stamina to prove, only previous win from 29 attempts coming over 1m2f. First runner at this track for trainer who had a recent winner.
Won 1m4f Wolverhampton AW handicap in May of last year. Didn't really take to hurdles for Dan Skelton this winter and has second start on level for current handler having finished a long last of nine here last time.
Seven furlong winner for Tom Dascombe back in 2016 but has shown very little to write home about in five starts for current yard. Plummeting down weights but doesn't look a winner-in-waiting.
Battled to nose success on AW last summer over 1m2f but not for certain that this step up in trip is going to help her cause having shown very moderate form so far this term.
In good form both starts this season, failing very narrowly to score over C&D in mid-May, then again losing out by a whisker here last time off same mark. Raised 2lb higher now but is in good heart and should not be far away again.
Has three wins to his name at this track over the years but is on a long losing streak stretching back to July 2017. Having second start for current yard and was tailed off last time here having been slow to break.
Shapes as though he could win a race but remains a maiden after 11 starts. Bang there 2 out before fading here over 1m6f last time so drop back in trip makes sense off career low mark prior to rider's 7lb claim.
Record of just 1-28, but that win came here over C&D on soft ground back in September 2017. Went close at Windsor last autumn off 52 and ran sound race when close third at Lingfield a fortnight ago.
Placed once from 11 starts at around a mile for Paul D'Arcy but didn't run badly on debut for new connections when fourth over C&D last month on first start since September. Similar effort could take her close off same mark.
Nearer last than first all starts to date for two different handlers. Makes first start for new yard but on all previous evidence looks to have a huge task on to figure even at this low level.
Failed to reach a place in seven starts for Phil Kirby and was markedly stepped up in trip on debut for this yard at Southwell last time over 1m6f. Faded from over 2f out so this distance looks better but has shown only poor form.
Has run at Brighton three of last five starts, hinting a moderate race may be within her compass. May have found very firm ground against her at Bath last time and jockey booking catches the eye for in-form yard.
Tailed off in a maiden and two novice events so far but makes handicap bow off a very low mark for shrewd handler. Steps up in trip so worth checking to see if there is any market interest.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Sexy Secret||7||8-12||16/1||Full Result|
|T: Mrs L PearceJ: Jack Mitchell|
Mistress Nellie (3/1), Seventii (5/1), Buxlow Belle (5/1), Sir Fred (11/2), Delirium (10/1), Kaylen's Mischief (12/1), Lulu Star (14/1), Misty Breese (16/1), Roc Astrale (16/1), Golconda Prince (16/1), Conqueress (18/1), Tyrsal (20/1), Roue De Charrette (33/1), Roser Moter (33/1), Duhr (33/1), Interrogation (66/1)
- Buxlow Belle
- Mistress Nellie
- Sir Fred
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