20:10 Chepstow Fri 12 July 2019
Generally better on the AW and over a shorter trip but was in good form at the end of last season and is capable of going well fresh. Chances but others preferred.
Best effort last season came over 6f in a valuable handicap when finishing runner-up in the consolation Stewards Cup. Now back on a winning mark and very much respected under the conditions though could arguably have been better drawn.
Dual winner last season and has been slowly racing in to form this term with his best effort coming last time out at Ripon when beaten by 1L over 5f. Might not want the ground to dry out too much as he likes a bit of cut.
Two of his last three victoires have come over this course and distance and showed his recent well being when not beaten far at Salisbury last month. Goes well for an inexperienced jockey and one to note.
Dropping back in trip having been running fairly well up to a mile winning over 7f at Yarmouth at the end of May. Disappointed over a mile last time out and difficult to assess over this shorter trip.
Very inconsistent but not with talent. Mainly campaigned over a mile and was sent even further on her debut for new connections last time out at Goodwood. Hard to make a confident case for dropping down in trip.
Campaigned to little efect on the AW during the winter but new connections seem to be getting a better tune out of him based on two decent runs at Salisbury and over this course and distance. Ideally drawn and should go close.
Won a handicap over course and distance around this time last year and has been consistent since without scoring again including over today's trip two start ago. Decent chance if everything falls right for him.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Gold Hunter||8||10-4||3/1||Full Result|
|T: A WintleJ: Jane Elliott|
Princely (4/1), Good Luck Fox (4/1), Strawberry Jack (9/2), Oeil De Tigre (6/1), Kinglami (6/1), Major Valentine (13/2), Joegogo (10/1), Mama Africa (16/1), Gottardo (20/1)
- Oeil De Tigre
- Good Luck Fox
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