17:15 Hamilton Thu 18 July 2019
Both victories in 2018 were gained here but well beaten on three recent visits to the venue and not easy to fancy on current form.
Won off 69 at Beverley a year ago but form since then has been very poor and the fact the trainer has had two winners from last three runners is probably the only positive.
Showed good attitude to score at Musselburgh earlier in the month. Didn't fully settle when beaten here last Saturday but does at least arrive in some form.
Best run to date when beaten a neck over C&D last time behind one who then followed up at this venue last weekend. A repeat of that run makes him a major player.
Took a division of this 2 in 2017 but front-runner is not quite firing this season and needs to bounce back even off this carer low mark.
Won twice off marks in the 60's in 2017 but has totally lost the plot of late and hard to make a case for.
Poor form before long absence and showed nothing on comeback run last month that could make her of interest at present.
1m winner at Chelmsford last year but lightly raced since and although not in the same form, the return to this trip is a plus and a better showing wouldn't surprise.
Musselburgh third and a sixth place here this season give him a small chance but still a maiden and percentage call is to look elsewhere.
Not as good as she was at her peak but did show something when third at Ayr on penultimate start though backward step on AW since then.
Yet to reach the frame in 14 runs though would have gone close to doing so but for been hampered here last Saturday. Needs now to build on that.
Failed to beat a single rival in four runs last year and has to show lots of improvement for this longer trip after his lay off to get involved.
Last Year's Winner
Poyle George Two (3/1), Be Bold (4/1), My Valentino (11/2), Crazy Tornado (15/2), Dasheen (17/2), Barney Bullet (10/1), Haymarket (10/1), Treasured Company (12/1), Kafoo (14/1), Clary (18/1), Dark Crystal (33/1), Peach Pavlova (40/1), Carlow Boy (66/1)
- Poyle George Two
- Be Bold
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