17:10 Lingfield Wed 10 July 2019
Dream Ahead gelding who made a respectable start when fifth over C&D in May then stayed on to be fair second at Ripon over 6f last time. Return to this trip looks right move and should be thereabouts.
Bought for €30,000 as unraced juvenile. By Vocalised out of an unraced dam related to a couple of useful performers. Slowly away and always behind at Wolverhampton a few weeks ago on racecourse bow and probably needs more time.
Sepoy gelding out of dam who won at 1m3f. Yard only had one juvenile winner in last five years so expected to better for this debut experience.
10th of 13 on only start as a juvenile then returned from eight-month break to finish fair fourth of seven in Newmarket maiden where pulled hard and led until fading final furlong. Place possibility if settling this time.
Frustrating colt who has ability and been placed in six of his eight starts so far. Gone close over C&D last two outings and sets a fair standard despite fears he may be vulnerable in a finish.
Pour Moi filly tried at 10 furlongs and a mile in her two runs so far and may benefit from the drop in trip, although handicaps may eventually be her bag.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R M BeckettJ: Harry Bentley|
Voltaic (4/7), Attorney General (7/4), Threefeetfromgold (16/1), Stepaside Boy (20/1), Sharp Talk (25/1), If At Sea (50/1), Squizzy Boy (50/1)
- Attorney General
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