16:20 Haydock Fri 19 July 2019
2-2 at this track in his racing career, most recently when landing 1m novice contest in authoritative style. Drops back in trip for first try over 6f but is bred to speedy. 7lb penalty and giving weight all round is a concern though.
Overcame lengthy absence to register 9l victory in 7f fillies' novice at York in June. Form of that race looks windy but dispatched them like a good horse and the likeliest to perform at a higher level. The one to beat.
1L behind Vitralite at this track in June and showed some progression on first start for this yard when narrow second at Carlisle (7f, good to firm) on latest start. Bit to find on ratings with the first two but has place claims.
No improvement from debut when distant sixth of 10 in 7f Wolverhampton novice (standard) last month. Plenty to prove and others preferred.
Eye-catcher on debut when 50/1 fourth in Chester novice contest (7f, good to firm) at the end of June. But the form of that race isn't the strongest and could be vulnerable to some smart opposition.
Footstepsinthesand gelding out of a mare who won up to 7f in her career. Half-brother to filly who hasn't won in three starts and pedigree offers little appeal. Best watched on debut.
Showed good improvement when 66/1 third of six at Catterick (7f, good to firm) last time out. Likely to have a race in her but this looks tough against good opposition.
Last Year's Winner
|1||New Day Dawn||3||8-11||10/1||Full Result|
|T: Tom DascombeJ: R Kingscote|
Mubtasimah (10/11), Vitralite (7/4), Enough Already (5/1), Mogsy (40/1), Little Miss Muffin (100/1), Red Derek (100/1), Yestaahel (100/1)
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