17:55 Redcar Sat 22 June 2019
Some promise in six starts back in 2017 but struggled at Thirsk over 6f following 564-day absence. Should improve for the run and is suited by this much softer surface and drop in trip. Down in grade and can go well.
Veteran now 6lb lower than last win way back in July 2017. Makes a quick reappearance following a fifth over this trip at Thirsk and place possibilities once again.
Finished one place in front of Bronze Beau at Thirsk on Tuesday after refusing to race on season debut. Last six wins came on fibresand with a last turf win coming back in 2014. Shouldn't be far away again.
13-race maiden tried in a first time visor following a very poor run at Thirsk in May. Down 4lb but ground remains a concern. Others preferred.
Infrequent winner with both wins coming on the AW at Newcastle but well suited by these conditions and comes off the back of two decent placed efforts. Should be involved again.
Won with a fair bit in hand for a sixth success at Hamilton last time and raised 5lb. Had gradually improved with each run this campaign and new mark is perfectly manageable. Every chance of following up.
Brought some reasonable form from the AW before missing the break and never getting involved on last month's turf debut. Questions to answer on this surface.
Well backed favourite when a fair sixth at Beverley two starts back before a tame latest Hamilton effort. Form has been inconsistent this campaign and hard to be confident in.
Three wins have been over further but runs this trip well and on a fair mark at present. Ran solidly at Hamilton latest and can be involved if blinkers have the desired effect.
Much better fourth at Hamilton latest but still seeking win number 10 with last success coming in September 2016. Conditions are fine and place possibilities but not the most consistent.
Six-race maiden onto his third trainer and well beaten over 1m1f on last month's stable debut. Drops to sprinting for first time since juvenile days with Aidan O'Brien. Best watched for now.
Sole win from 27 starts came back in June 2017. Has run well on her last three starts since cheekpieces added and capable of being involved once again in suitable conditions.
Maiden winner for James Given back in 2016 but without a success since. Returned with a poor effort at Catterick and stable struggling for winners, so looks one to swerve again.
Remains a 12-race maiden and has struggled to make any sort of impression in four starts since leaving Richard Fahey. Hard to make a case for.
Last Year's Winner
Groundworker (3/1), Someone Exciting (11/2), Cuppacoco (6/1), Mr Greenlight (8/1), Glyder (17/2), Bronze Beau (9/1), Piazon (12/1), War Ensign (12/1), One Boy (12/1), Paco Escostar (16/1), Atyaaf (20/1), I'll Be Good (25/1), Mightaswellsmile (25/1), Storm Lightning (33/1), Whigwham (50/1)
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