20:40 Nottingham Tue 16 July 2019
Fair second on final start as a juvenile for George Scott and took another step forward on stable/seasonal debut at Windsor in May on first try at 1m. Has missed a couple of engagements since but claims if ready to go.
Moderate form to date and no better on handicap debut after wind surgery at Carlisle. Needs to show good deal of improvement and current mark looks stiff.
Best run to date was when making a long odds on chance having to work quite hard at Bath last week when front running. Looks to have entered handicaps on a fair mark and should make his presence felt.
Won for this rider at Brighton in early June and busy schedule since may have caught up with him judged on lack lustre display at Chelmsford last time. Needs to bounce back.
Not much so far in trio of maidens and pair of handicaps and first time blinkers need to bring about a fair bit of improvement to make her of interest.
Bit better at Windsor last time (behind Orliko) but that was a real bunch finish and this looks a a hotter contest so needs to step up again.
Slowly into stride and shown very little in all three runs in maidens but could improve now for step into handicaps and market check advised for a yard that had big priced winner last week.
Had shown some promise but her win at Chelmsford 10 days ago at 20/1 was still something of a shock. Now has to follow that up on turf though did show some ability on it last year and could just be a progressive filly.
Moderate form to date and cheek pieces now replace the visor. Has tried this trip once with little success so not very easy to make a case for.
Game winner over 1f further at Musselburgh in May and put a couple of below par efforts behind hi when back on song when third on latest. Not without a chance in a tricky finale.
No promise to date in maidens and when stepping up in trip for handicap debut and readily passed over here from 8lb out of the weights.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A KingJ: M Harley|
Bring Us Paradise (3/1), Beautiful Gesture (4/1), Clem A (9/2), Colonel Slade (5/1), Jazz Hands (13/2), Lethal Laura (7/1), Furyan (8/1), Orliko (9/1), Shifting Gold (10/1), Fountain Of Life (16/1), Grey Berry (25/1), Queen Of Bradgate (33/1)
- Bring Us Paradise
- Lethal Laura
- Fountain Of Life
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