20:10 Yarmouth Wed 17 July 2019
Has a squeak on the pick of his AW form but turf displays have left a lot to be desired prior to this, and no sign of a revival at Brighton last time.
Yet to win, and profile looks regressive after two poor runs following an encouraging return. Has left James Fanshawe, and new yard can improve others' cast-offs, but ran badly here last time, and has something to prove in first-time cheekpieces.
Stablemate of Praxedis. Little solid form in qualifying, and finished dead last on handicap bow at Redcar, so not easy to fancy, even at this moderate level.
Seemed to improve when third on return at Bath for new yard, but not gone on in two handicap starts since, albeit not entirely disgraced. Arguably failed to stay 7f last time, so drop back in trip puts her in the mix.
Hinted at better when third on penultimate start, and built markedly on that effort to land a 5f handicap here last time. Up in trip now, but strong at the finish, and should be fully effective at 6f.
Has found her level in handicaps this summer, and has posted a number of solid efforts in defeat. Good third to Pinarella at Ripon last time, and has leading claims in what looks a weaker race.
Didn't shape too badly on debut for new yard at Lingfield last time, and may do better for the fitting of a visor. Turf form for previous yard was poor, but more than possible she can leave that behind.
Won off a basement mark at Redcar in August, and both the fitting of blinkers and booking of top jockey suggest she's dangerous to dismiss, for all her form has been poor since that victory.
More impact in blinkers/tongue tie of late, and ran well when 1½L second of 8 to Toolatetodelegate in a minor event at Bath last time. This looks no harder, and she is not dismissed lightly.
Beaten double-digits in three qualifying runs, and is clearly nothing out of the ordinary, but does at least have a more realistic chance now handicapping at a lowly level, and worth a market check for signs of confidence.
Showed little on debut, when finishing last at Newcastle, and has somehow regressed from that lowly benchmark. Hopes rest on wind surgery having a huge effect.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Deeds Not Words||7||9-7||7/2||Full Result|
|T: M WighamJ: J F Egan|
Sandkissed (11/4), Sweet Forgetme Not (5/1), Fiery Breath (5/1), Josiebond (5/1), Praxedis (8/1), Tilsworth Rose (17/2), Classy Cailin (14/1), Exning Queen (16/1), Alyx Vance (20/1), Miss President (20/1), Opera Kiss (66/1)
- Tilsworth Rose
- Classy Cailin
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