19:25 Chester Fri 12 July 2019
Chasing the hat-trick after wins at York and Redcar (6f both times); kept on well on both those occasions and leading claims on handicap debut from a mark of 85; it'll take a good one to overhaul him at this stage.
Has course experience and noteworthy that he benefited from a strong pace to win at Hamilton last month. The runner up and last home from that race have both won since; well worth a betting check; his owner loves a winner on the Roodee.
Getting the hang of things and latest effort in a decent looking maiden at York reads well; the winner has gone in again since. The step up in trip should suit and the gelding is worth a betting check at least.
Managed a win over 6f here last month but held at Bath since. This step up in trip can bring more improvement though. Dangerous to overlook despite the trainer's quiet returns lately.
Cost 155,000 gns but not made much progress in three starts so far; needs to improve greatly for the switch to handicapping. Poor effort on turf debut last time is also off-putting.
On a lenient mark for his handicap debut and at least has course experience to draw from. Needs to reverse course form with Know No Limits though and appears to have a bit to find just now.
Well beaten in all starts so far (which have all been at this course) and looks the stable's second string. Might do better over slightly further in due course, so worth noting how he gets on for next time if nothing else.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Richard SpencerJ: L Morris|
The New Marwan (2/1), Know No Limits (11/4), War Storm (4/1), Vardon Flyer (6/1), G For Gabrial (12/1), Dark Of Night (12/1), Breguet Man (16/1)
- War Storm
- The New Marwan
- Know No Limits
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