19:40 Windsor Mon 17 June 2019
Best effort for a while when going down narrowly in the three-way finish at Ripon earlier this month. A reproduction of that effort will see him run a big race. Handles a bit of cut and one for the shortlist.
Great effort over course and distance last time out at this track last month. Had previously been showing his well-being with some useful runs on the AW. Runs well fresh and recent short break will have done him a power of good.
Admirably consistent gelding whose last win came over this course and distance on his seasonal reappearance in April. Good recent efforts at Ripon, Ascot and Haydock prove his well being. Good chance with expected soft ground in his favour.
Versatile 6f/7f performer who has yet to recapture his form of last season which saw him run excellent efforts at Ascot, Redcar and Doncaster. Handles a bit of cut but would not want it too soft. Chances on the best of his form.
Won over course and distance on his last appearance four weeks ago. Had previously been running well on the AW and on soft ground at Ascot. One to consider though maybe not the most well handicapped of this bunch.
Still looks to be improving based on her two fine efforts this season. She finished a dead-heat second at Thirsk on fast ground before winning at Ascot on a dead surface last month. More expected and looks the one to beat.
Interesting Irish old timer. Has only had the one start in the UK when not beaten too far in the Ayr Silver Cup in September. Not been setting the world alight in Ireland this season but looks well handicapped now. Interesting.
Stumbled at start and unseated his rider last time out at Ripon. Had previously been running well this season including winning over seven furlongs at Goodwood. Needs to improve to score here but capable on his day.
Has slightly disappointed since winning at Kempton in January. Needs to show more on the racecourse before becoming a serious betting proposition again. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
Molls Memory (5/2), Danzan (10/3), Dominus (5/1), Equitation (11/2), Diamond Dougal (8/1), Gulliver (10/1), Polybius (12/1), Maarek (16/1), Normandy Barriere (20/1), Doc Sportello (40/1)
- Molls Memory
- Diamond Dougal
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