20:40 Brighton Tue 9 July 2019
Tends to compete in slightly higher grade contests than this. In good form recently with his runner-up effort at Windsor (6f; good) the pick of his most recent showings. Definite chance dropped in grade, despite carrying top-weight.
Went desperately close to breaking maiden duck at the 10th attempt when denied by a neck at Wolverhampton (6f; standard) last week. Reproduction of that effort off the same mark would see her go close. Yard amongst the winners.
Bettered recent exploits when fourth at this track over 7f last time. Dropped 3lb in the handicap since then, but is entitled to feature if able to show slight improvement from that run after just five career starts.
One of a couple in this race that are extremely hard to fancy on all known form. Not improved at all for the switch to this new yard and now drops back in trip. Others hold far more pressing claims.
Hasn't shown any improvement for the switch to handicaps and was never involved at Bath (5f; good to soft) on seasonal return. Dropped a further 4lb by the handicapper but is very hard to recommend on what she has shown so far.
Shown next to nothing in his short career so far and was tailed off over C&D last time when making debut in this sphere. Impossible to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
Urban Highway (7/4), Miss Liberty Belle (9/4), Nervous Nerys (3/1), Alicia Darcy (4/1), Kiowa (10/1), Zaula (16/1), Willa's Wish (22/1)
- Alicia Darcy
- Urban Highway
- Miss Liberty Belle
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