17:45 Ripon Thu 20 June 2019
Eight-race maiden who is fitted with cheekpieces seeking an elusive first win; hasn't really improved since stepping up in trip (1m2f-1m3f+), so others are preferred.
5lb higher than when winning on handicap debut at Wolverhampton (1m4f) - the second Willkommen and the fourth Glutnforpunishment (twice) have won since; on the premises again at Windsor latest; blinkers could just sharpen his focus a fraction more.
13-race maiden who is difficult to knock in terms of consistency at least; 1lb lower than when beaten 5L by Archdeacon on the Polytrack at Chelmsford (1m2f) three weeks ago; obvious stamina reservations over a new trip.
Placed on each of her last two starts, including when beaten 2½L (third) at Brighton on Tuesday evening; versatile in terms of underfoot conditions; holds place claims assuming that the recent travelling hasn't taken its toll.
Not beaten too far on seasonal reappearance at Lingfield (1m2f, standard); more needed in order to get competitive, but is open to improvement over this longer trip.
Ten-race maiden who has fallen 10lb in the weights since switched to handicapping at Wolverhampton in January; it's tough to envisage her having a positive role to play unless the first-time blinkers work the oracle.
Lowly-rated Kyllachy filly who carries the John Dance silks; has stamina in her pedigree (half-sister to the 1m4f-2m winner Arrowtown); worthy of a market check on her first start beyond 1m1f.
Started at big prices on each of his first three outings (7f-1m2f); up in trip, but makes very little appeal on handicap debut.
Increasingly poor performances (0-4), finishing last of nine to Victoriano on handicap debut at Redcar (1m6f, good to firm); not the solution today, or any other day for that matter.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T D EasterbyJ: Rachel Richardson|
Gold Arch (3/1), Kensington Art (3/1), Stone Cougar (7/2), Amber Rock (6/1), Fame N Fortune (17/2), Picture Poet (12/1), Preservation (12/1), Lady Shanawell (12/1), Tunky (25/1), Yasmin From York (100/1)
- Gold Arch
- Stone Cougar
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