19:20 Uttoxeter Thu 13 June 2019
- Nancy Baskerville Memorial Handicap Chase (Class 4)
- 2m 4f,
- 5 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Comes here in good form, only just touched off at Bangor on latest start and looks to be coming back to form. Proven on soft/heavy, is a winner at the track and has more going for him than most here. Solid chance.
Has come back from a long absence with a couple of reasonable efforts in point-to-points, but may want better ground than he's likely to encounter here anyway, and he's hard to fancy on debut for new yard.
1lb lower than last win, which came on heavy ground over this trip last year, so handles conditions fine, but hasn't completed in two starts this spring and wellbeing is in question. Others make more appeal.
Stays very well and won't fail for a lack of stamina, very well treated on old form (when with Tim Easterby) and this is just the type his new yard do well with. Will be hard to beat if fit after a short break.
Not the easiest of rides but this pilot has worked his magic to get to get a couple of wins out of him this year, including at Ffos Las when last seen. This is a bit harder but he won't mind the ground, and if he's on a going day, isn't without hope
Last Year's Winner
Alf 'n' Dor (11/8), Lord County (15/8), Very First Time (5/1), Empresario (8/1), Grove Silver (14/1)
- Very First Time
- Lord County
- Alf 'n' Dor
Roger Fell is clearly keen to win the AGMA Stablemate Carlisle Bell, and Anita Chambers fancies Tadaawol to score.
Archie Perkins can claim his third win of the year, according to Anita Chambers - she has a tip for every race on Tuesday.
Ryan Moore is fancied to be among the winner aboard Nicklaus at Salisbury on Wednesday.