16:00 Catterick Wed 17 July 2019
Well held in three starts since joining this stable including in claiming company at Redcar (7f, good-to-soft) last month. Others make more appeal.
12 race maiden finished well beaten off a mark of 45 in a 7f AW handicap at Newcastle in February. Probably best watched on return from a break.
Placed in a novice race over 7f at Newcastle in November 2017 but missed the whole of last year and beaten a total of 44L in two starts earlier this season. Hard to recommend on return to from a break.
Promising third in a small field 6f event at Sligo (good) on debut last month and finished a decent fifth over 1m at Limerick (good) subsequently. One for the shortlist in this contest.
Unraced gelded son of Cityscape was sold for £10,000 as a yearling in 2017. Market support would be notable on first racecourse appearance.
Struggled in two starts so far most recently when 13L sixth in a 5f novice race at Wolverhampton in April. Cheekpieces tried for the first time on debut for this yard.
Stepped up markedly on debut effort when finishing 2½L fourth in a soft ground maiden over an extended 1m at Beverley last month. Interesting to see how she fares dropping in distance.
Beaten 5L when third in a 5f maiden at Thirsk (good-to-firm) early last month. Held in two subsequent starts however including on handicap debut last time out. Stamina to prove upped in distance.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Saisons D'Or||3||9-5||5/4||Full Result|
|T: Jedd O'KeeffeJ: J Garritty|
Sorbonne (11/8), Mid Atlantic Storm (15/8), Raksha (11/2), Oblate (15/2), Strawberryandcream (20/1), Nutopia (20/1), Itsupforgrabsnow (50/1), Mithayel Style (66/1)
- Mid Atlantic Storm
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