17:45 Kempton Wed 10 July 2019
Dual winner on the AW at Chelmsford and here (both 1m) earlier in the year. Just 2lb above previous win-mark now and April's effort on soft going at Haydock best forgotten. Should bounce back to form.
Three-times a winner during 2018, two of them around here including this trip. Best of three runs this year came 15 days ago at Newbury and could put best foot forward back on this surface.
Continues to threaten since joining this handler from Ireland. Has run well over C&D in April and return to this venue and back in Class 6 company ensure he's considered off this mark.
Close third over 7f here in February when ridden prominently. Stays a mile but has run three poor races since that effort and getting harder to place any faith in as a result. Cheekpieces are added now.
Had placed a few times on the AW before opening account in a Fillies' Handicap at Nottingham over extended-mile in May. Not sure that form amounts to a lot but she's only 3lb higher now.
Canford Cliffs filly, scored in Newcastle novice contest over this trip for William Haggas back in the winter but has been mixed bag in five runs over 7f-1m2f since joining this handler.
Oasis Dream filly, hasn't shown enough in three qualifying runs to merit support on handicap debut; can only be watched unless market vibes are decidedly strong.
Keen racer, made a winning debut for this yard when victorious by a head in a handicap over an extended 1m at Wolverhampton in April. Didn't quite get home next time at Chelmsford over 1m2f. Not dismissed down in trip again.
Reasonable effort on reappearance at Brighton (1m2f) before struggling over an extended mile at Chepstow latest. Hard to interpret overall form; makes handicap/AW bow here and market will reveal more.
Signs of ability when fourth of five in a 7f novice race at Goodwood (good) on debut last month. Struggled on next two starts however and market support would be notable on handicap debut.
Won first handicap, a four-runner contest at Chelmsford last August but has found things tougher since. Mark is declining now, which offers hope of better things to come.
Not without promise for Charlie Hills, must put a disappointing AW/stable bow at Chelmsford over 7f in April however. Was fancied then (favourite) so interesting to note with array for first-time headgear added now.
Camacho colt, hasn't sparkled so far in six-race career but remains early days and there could be more to come. Must improve.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H MorrisonJ: Oisin Murphy|
Fortune And Glory (11/4), Recuerdame (5/1), Militry Decoration (13/2), Classic Charm (15/2), Cashel (8/1), Wall Of Sapphire (8/1), Sweet Nature (16/1), Mans Not Trot (16/1), Flying Moon (16/1), Alexandria (16/1), Confab (22/1), Mr Spirit (25/1), Golden Nectar (33/1), Lynchpin (66/1)
- Militry Decoration
- Fortune And Glory
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