16:10 Newbury Thu 13 June 2019
Yet to build on her useful form as a juvenile and has a bit to prove now she tried this trip for the first time. Yet to race on ground worse than good to soft.
0-11 and has lost his way lately; career lowest mark isn't enough to prompt a recommendation as one that is well handicapped either.
Consistent in three starts on the AW and has proved himself capable over the trip; more needed but might well improve for this first try on turf. Worth a betting check.
Won on her handicap debut last August and has a feasible chance from a 2lb lower mark; best efforts have been over a mile before now but she can be a player if she builds on her recent reappearance effort (at Kempton) over this trip.
Three starts so far have yielded little and the colt has a bit to prove now he's upped in distance for his handicap debut (previous efforts over 7f were only modest displays).
Second start back after wind surgery and has a bit to prove. His latest outing was boosted on Tuesday but he still has a good deal to prove. Being 3lb lower says a lot about the worth of that particular piece of form.
Still a maiden but comes here after his best effort to date when a close second at Windsor in April; off since and only 3lb higher, but encounters different ground so a betting check is advised before taking his side.
Won over this trip at Kempton in April and again went close on the AW next time out; has since run poorly on turf though and now has something to prove.
Modest efforts in novice stakes mirrored by a poor effort on handicap debut when last seen. Best watched on seasonal bow.
0-10 so far and is already hard to predict; best effort on turf cam over 7f (good to firm) when he was placed at Salisbury last September. Form since has been moderate at best. Other make much more appeal.
Three starts on the AW have produced very little to get excited about and this daughter of Paco Boy makes very limited appeal for a punt on her turf debut.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Ragstone View||3||9-4||8/1||Full Result|
|T: B R MillmanJ: Oisin Murphy|
Tulloona (9/2), Stormbomber (5/1), Cromwell (11/2), Urban Highway (6/1), Global Destination (8/1), Rosamour (9/1), John Betjeman (10/1), Time For Bed (10/1), Laxmi (10/1), Lordsbridge Boy (18/1), Gregorian Girl (20/1), Savoy Brown (20/1), Storm Girl (40/1)
- Urban Highway
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