17:40 Wolverhampton Mon 15 July 2019
Has hit the frame on all three of his handicap attempts so far, including latest at Chelmsford (1m6f) on the AW where he was second of 14, beaten by just a neck when going off as the 11/8 favourite. Up just 1lb for latest attempt. Leading player.
Looked to have improved on her handicap debut last time at Doncaster (1m6½f) where she was fourth of nine, just 3L behind the winner. She led for the majority of that race so this slightly shorter trip will suit. Each-way claims.
Remains a maiden after five races and has struggled in his two handicap attempts so far, including latest when last of eight at Catterick over 1m. Big step up in distance here so has to prove himself. Others preferred.
Shown very little in her three appearance so far. She was seventh of 10 last time at Salisbury (1m2f). Up in distance here on her handicap debut so keep an eye for any market confidence behind here today.
Still looking for his first win after seven races. Hit the frame last time when third of eight over this trip at Yarmouth when going off at 25/1. Remains off the same mark today so he should be competitive once again. Each-way chance.
Has been well-beaten on his two starts since switching yards. Could only come home 12th of 15 on his previous outing at Windsor (1m3½f). Handicapper has eased him 4lb in the weights. Needs to be improve to be in the mix here.
Ran well here last time over the shorter trip of 1m4f where he came home fourth of 13 on just his second handicap start. This longer distance may be more suitable. Remains off the same mark. One to watch.
Broke his maiden last time at Catterick over this distance where he just got up at the post, despite finding traffic inside the closing stages. Has only gone up 3lb for that success. Open to further improvement. One for shortlist.
Has come home at the back end of the field on all five of her starts so far. Her last two runs have come in handicap company which have not helped her. Was ninth of 10 last time at Lingfield (1m3½f). Down 3lb. Needs to improve a lot.
Won for the first time at Yarmouth (1m2f, heavy) on his previous start in a 12 runner field. He was staying on strongly at the finish to suggest this step up in distance will be within his reach. One to consider.
Was a surprise third two starts back in a 11 runner field at Yarmouth (1m3f) when going off at 100/1. Did not build upon that result at the same track over 1m6f last time as he was seventh of eight. Still to prove himself over this trip.
Produced his best run to date last time when third of nine at Ripon (1m4f), albeit a long way behind the winner. Down 1lb and going up in trip today which may help him find further improvement. One to watch.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D M LoughnaneJ: Oisin Murphy|
Spargrove (6/4), Percy's Prince (2/1), No Thanks (15/2), Trouble Shooter (10/1), Robeam (12/1), Kalaya (25/1), Antidote (40/1), Lady Elysia (40/1), Amber Rock (40/1), New Expo (50/1), Darwin Dream (50/1), Cala Sveva (66/1), Matilda Bay (80/1)
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