18:00 Chepstow Fri 12 July 2019
Looking to land a hat-trick after two easy victories over this trip at Brighton and Bath. Obviously in the form of her career and no reason why she can't go well again.
Needs to put a dire run at Bath last month behind him; has been hurdling to little effect; Was running well around this time last year including a win over this trip at Lingfield so not totally out of it.
Fair hurdler (won last time out in May); not much flat form to make an assessment with only three average runs on the AW to consider in the near distance. Market moves would be of interest.
Inconsistent gelding; can run some good races on a going day however such as when not beaten far in a 1m2f handicap last month. Hard to back with confidence but does have ability.
Last seen tailed off in a maiden hurdle at this track in March. Tends to race over longer trips than this and can run some good efforts including at this track. Recent absence a concern but not one to totally overlook in calculations.
Surprised many when finishing third, not beaten to far, over 1m6f at Wolverhampton in May having previously shown very little. Fitness taken on trust but market moves would be significant.
Only two recent runs on the Flat to consider (has been hurdling) and both were fair efforts over this trip and a little bit further at Bath earlier this year. Hard to assess but not easy to leave out of calculations.
Limited ability shown in five racecourse appearances (best effort came at Lingfield on the AW in March over 1m2f). Step up in trip may bring more out of him as well as the first-time cheekpieces.
Slightly better effort last time out at Brighton when only beaten by 17 lengths over 1m2f. Well beaten on all previous starts and not one to seriously consider.
Last Year's Winner
Sigrid Nansen (11/10), Das Kapital (4/1), Carnage (9/2), Lauberhorn Rocket (6/1), The Wire Flyer (10/1), Artiste Celebre (10/1), Muraaqeb (12/1), Cougar Kid (14/1), Crindle Carr (14/1), Purple Jazz (16/1), Ice Cool Cullis (66/1), Interrogation (100/1)
- Sigrid Nansen
- The Wire Flyer
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