15:30 Stratford Tue 18 June 2019
Well placed to win twice last summer in novice company considering jumping isn't necessarily an asset just yet. Has a turn of foot however, but well-held on return at Warwick and concedes weight all round now.
£215,000 purchase after running away with Irish bumper on debut, fairly modest in three qualifying runs to this point but could have more to offer now meeting a handicap. Watch betting.
Four-time winner in Ireland in 2017, has spent the best part of a year on the sidelines ahead of this stable debut and market a decent guide in a race lacking depth.
Point-to-point winner in 2017 (one run) before long absence. Shaped well over hurdles at Fontwell in April on return, though not as good back there this month.
Experienced mare on the Flat, two wins and only out of the money once in five starts over timber. Scored with something in hand last time at Cartmel and major player upped 3lb.
Prolific scorer who ended run of second places when scoring at Sedgefield in April. Well-beaten on the Flat next time and held when carried out back over timber at Uttoxeter last month.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J W MullinsJ: Daniel Sansom|
Graceland (9/4), Collodi (5/2), Lock's Corner (4/1), Competition (9/2), Deputy Jones (16/1), Mullinavat (16/1)
- Lock's Corner
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