15:30 Hamilton Wed 19 June 2019
Formerly with Mark Johnston (2-5); always handy until weakening inside the final furlong on stable debut at Nottingham in April (1m2f, good to soft); off since, but is 2lb lower and this drop in trip looks to be a positive move.
Beaten a nose on debut at Wolverhampton (7f) in November; ran his best race since when finishing third to Rambaldi in a 1m+ Nottingham Classified Stakes latest; others better handicapped?
Twice a runner up under varying ground conditions as a juvenile (over 1m); has disappointed since introduced to handicapping (easing 9lb in the weights); cheekpieces are now applied seeking a spark; difficult to be confident about his chances.
Off the mark over C&D (good to soft) on her seventh career start; that form probably isn't overly strong, but she was a decisive 3½L winner so a 6lb rise in the weights is perfectly fair; should figure positively in a weak race.
Twice placed for former handler John Quinn, including on debut behind today's rival Eesha's Smile at Beverley (7½f, good) last August; didn't stay an extended mile on soft ground at Nottingham on stable debut/seasonal reappearance.
Quick ground Beverley nursery winner (7½f) for Tom Dascombe in August 2018; yet to click in four starts for Iain Jardine (also saddles God Of Dreams); has fallen 10lb in the handicap since April.
Kicked off her 3yo career with a respectable 50/1 sixth of 15 at Haydock (1m, soft), form which has a degree of substance; poor in three runs since (6f-7f) but is plummeting in the weights and the stable are absolutely flying this week.
His sole win came on Fibresand at Southwell (7f) in November; yet to show any worthwhile form on turf (0-4), falling a whopping 15lb in the weights over the course of his last three starts; look elsewhere.
Left Karl Burke as a five-race maiden in late 2018; weakened from halfway when finishing last of 13 on debut for Adrian Nicholls at Wetherby (1m, good to firm) three weeks ago; a very unlikely winner.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Party Fears Too||3||9-9||7/2||Full Result|
|T: J S GoldieJ: Barry McHugh|
Ivory Charm (9/4), Eesha's Smile (4/1), Fiction Writer (4/1), Ollivander (5/1), Five Helmets (6/1), My Boy Lewis (7/1), Startego (10/1), Euro No More (14/1), Castle Quarter (14/1), Gennaro (14/1), Gremoboy (16/1), God Of Dreams (16/1), Delectable (33/1)
- Euro No More
- Ivory Charm
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