18:20 Nottingham Mon 17 June 2019

  • Bet At racingtv.com Handicap (Class 4)
  • 6f 18y, Soft (Heavy in places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£6,469.002nd£1,925.003rd£962.004th£481.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 16.67sOff time:18:20:18
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2
(4)
39-7OR: 84
7/2

Generally consistent this year, and stepped up a little on previous efforts when 2¾L second of 8 to Angel Alexander at Windsor last time. Should appreciate return to 6f, and worth a second look.

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4
(6)
39-6OR: 83BFD
6/4

Raced only on ground softer than good on turf. Career best so far came on soft ground over this trip at Ascot two starts back and much better than the bare result last time. Plenty more to come for in form stable.

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5
(5)
39-2OR: 79BFD
11/2

Progressive in her first four starts for Clive Cox, including a heavy ground win. Well behind runner-up Aplomb last time at Ascot when very disappointing. Remains lightly raced but needs to bounce back for new stable.

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6
(1)
39-0OR: 77D
11/4

Two from four in handicaps this year, producing a career best over 6f at Carlisle on penultimate start (6f, heavy). Ran poorly at Hamilton last time, but may well do better back in the mud.

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7
(7)
38-7OR: 70
20/1

Took an age to get off the mark last year, and didn't need to improve on earlier efforts when winning on AW debut at Wolverhampton in December. This is an altogether stiffer test of her credentials.

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Non-Runners

1
(2)
Shallow Hal2
39-10OR: 87
T: K R BurkeJ: Rhona Pindar
3
(3)
Oberyn Martell21
39-6OR: 83
T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Charles Bishop

Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Aplomb (6/4), Lady Calcaria (11/4), James Watt (7/2), Welcoming (11/2), Shallow Hal (7/1), Oberyn Martell (16/1), Essenza (20/1)

Verdict

APLOMB looked a sure-fire future winner at Ascot and didn't have things go her way at Musselburgh, so is well worth another chance to confirm previous promise. Shallow Hal ran well enough at York on Saturday, and will find this much easier, so looks next best, with James Watt, who will appreciate the step up in trip after staying on well at Windsor last time, completing the shortlist.
  1. Aplomb
  2. Shallow Hal
  3. James Watt

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