20:55 Newton Abbot Fri 14 June 2019
- Guardian Industrial Standard NH Flat Race (Conditional Jockeys' And Amateur Riders') (Class 5)
- 2m 167y,
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Cost £45,000 at the Doncaster sales in October and ran a fair race on rules debut to finish fourth in a bumper at Fontwell (2m1f; good to soft). Has been off for 110 days since then and will be bang there if replicating that level of form.
Westerner gelding who cost E12,000 as a three-year-old. Could well be good enough to take this on debut as he is related to some smart sorts including the likes of admirable stayer Pete The Feat and the talented Tourist Attraction. Watch market.
Never involved on debut when tailed off last of six in a bumper at Newton Abbot (2m; good) in April and she is best watched off the back of that effort.
Holds Aqua Vitae on the form of their debut effort over C&D, but this Arvico mare still has to improve a fair bit from that run. However, her trainer is currently in red hot form, so she could sneak a place.
Unraced Arvico mare who is a half-sister to a bumper winner. This isn't an overly strong race and she could run well at what are likely to be large odds.
Would have to improve markedly than for her debut effort over C&D when a tailed off 12th of 14. Her dam was also well beaten in a bumper, so of more interest when moving into handicap hurdles.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss E C LavelleJ: Patrick Cowley|
Heavey (6/4), Noel's Boy (9/4), Nella Fantasy (11/2), I'm Notapartygirl (8/1), Westpoint (10/1), Aqua Vitae (20/1), Goodeyefordeer (25/1)
- Noel's Boy
Roger Fell is clearly keen to win the AGMA Stablemate Carlisle Bell, and Anita Chambers fancies Tadaawol to score.
Ryan Moore is fancied to be among the winner aboard Nicklaus at Salisbury on Wednesday.
Anita Chambers previews a bumper day of action in the UK and Ireland on Thursday including meetings from the Curragh, Newcastle and Newmarket.