19:45 Kempton Wed 10 July 2019
Former course winner, hasn't been happening for him recently but pick of form would leave him well-placed and cheekpieces return here.
Scored over C&D in February for previous handler and has an excellent strike-rate on the Flat, back from a break and makes debut for Emma Lavelle. Should go well.
Three-time C&D winner who tends to reserve his best stuff for this place. Has slipped to a workable mark and needs respecting back around here as such.
Below-par effort at Carlisle on stable bow, this former Dan Skelton inmate has a bit to prove currently and may be best watched here.
Another former C&D winner in the line-up with a question against him on recent form, though the booking of Oisin Murphy can be taken as a positive here. Betting check called for.
May well have needed the run at Newbury on reappearance and could quickly leave that behind now upped in distance from 1m4f again. Can go well for Jamie Spencer.
Previous C&D winner, comes here off the back of a win at Lingfield over extended 2m last time out, raised 3lb however and finds himself in tougher company now; he'll have to improve.
Needs to eke out some more for this longer trip, coming back from a nine-month layoff. Entitled to need the outing, unless market vibes are suggesting otherwise.
Multiple C&D winner, finished fourth here last month having been held up, with the winner having slipped the field. No surprise should he have a hand in the finish now.
Remains a maiden but showed himself in a decent light last time at Lingfield when staying on well having run very wide on the home turn; there could well be more under the bonnet now upped in distance.
Now a 10-year-old and form ordinary over jumps and on the Flat, comes back from a short break here and others make more obvious appeal.
Runner-up effort on Lingfield's AW in December was over this trip and would make him a player, but both runs the following month were rather disappointing and so returns from a break with it all to prove once more.
No win since 2016, signs of temperament when down to run over hurdles on stable bow recently (refused to race) and makes little appeal after that episode.
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