15:30 Beverley Tue 25 June 2019
In good heart on AW but not so good when last seen on turf a year ago and now runs off 11lb higher mark than when last seen on grass so bit to prove.
Has won on three of his six runs here and lost nothing in defeat at York last time after his resounding 4L win here earlier in month. All ground comes alike and has to be one for the short list.
Back to winning ways in small field at Lingfield recently and was in cracking form this time last year. Just a concern that he was withdrawn since on soft ground at Goodwood should the rain arrive.
In good heart this term but took his form to another level when dropping down to this distance at Chepstow recently. 6lb rise fully deserved and may have more to come now connections have found his optimum trip.
Well backed on latest but seemed to find the drop down to 1m a bit sharp and although the return to this trip a help. needs to eke out some improvement on this years evidence.
Won a good ground 1m3f maiden in 2017 when trained by Charlie Appleby but lost his way completely when sent to UAE and plenty to prove on first run for current yard.
Yet to hit form this season but has had excuses and no surprise should he bounce back soon. Has won at the track and any rain wouldn't be a problem. Well treated now and interesting if the money arrives.
Five wins from nine visits to this venue and has a 6lb pull for 4L with Archie Perkins on recent run here. All wins have been on a sound surface but good second on soft last time at Chester so has to be respected.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J WardJ: Harrison Shaw|
Archie Perkins (15/8), Bit Of A Quirke (11/4), Winged Spur (7/1), Regal Mirage (9/1), Global Art (9/1), Moxy Mares (10/1), Gendarme (11/1), Moving Forward (20/1), Cross Step (33/1)
- Bit Of A Quirke
- Archie Perkins
- Regal Mirage
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