17:00 Windsor Mon 29 July 2019
Lightly-raced gelding who is searching for his maiden success after seven runs. He was third of eight last time at Nottingham (1m6f). Stepping down in trip here on first run for new yard. Looks interesting off this latest mark.
Returned to action at Nottingham (1m2f) back in June where he ran modestly well, finishing fifth of 15. Since then though, he has disappointed in two appearances. Tongue-tie is on for the first time and is now down 3lb so has to be respected.
Broke her maiden at Sligo (1m2½f) last August but has been unable to follow it up since then. Has failed to beat a horse in her two runs this year, with her latest attempt coming at Leicester (1m). Up in trip but hard to fancy.
A C&D winner here last October. Has some modest form on the AW earlier this year but has struggled on his two turf starts. Was ninth of 13 last time at Sandown (1m). Back up in trip and 6lb lower than last winning mark. Each-way claims.
Returned to the track after a lengthy lay-off back in June where she has struggled in her two starts, including last time on the AW at Kempton (1m4f). Set for her handicap debut here but does need to improve on what she has shown so far.
Scored on the AW two runs back at Wolverhampton (1m4f) in a seller when going off at 50/1. Could only finish seventh of 14 last time on his return to handicap company at Chelmsford (1m6f). Others make more of an appeal.
Has been successful seven times on the AW but is 0-20 on turf. Was not too far away here last time when fourth of 11 over 1m2f. Has been eased 2lb since latest outing. Each-way claims off this latest mark.
Was successful twice in 2018 but his form this season is poor. He has been well beaten on his last two starts, including latest at Nottingham (1m2f) when 11L behind the winner in fourth place of 12. Needs to improve.
Won on the AW early in her career but has struggled since then. Has run four times this season on turf and she has been a long way down the field in all of those races. Very difficult to make a case for.
Has shown a lot of promise in his last two starts to suggest his opening win is not far away. Was second of 11 at this track (1m2f) last time, beaten by just ¾L. Up in trip slightly here. One to consider.
Was successful on the AW at Kempton (1m3f) three starts back. Did finish third of 11 on his previous turf outing at Brighton (1m4f) but was held on last run at Lingfield on the Polytrack. Others make more of an appeal.
Yet to make an impression on her three runs so far. She was eighth of 11 last time at Doncaster (1m2f) when going off at 100/1. Handicap debut today which might help, however, she needs to improve.
His last success came in June 2016 where he scored at Newbury (1m3f). Showed some promise at Chelmsford (1m2f) on the AW two starts back but has to bounce back as he had just one runner behind him last time in a 15 runner field at Nottingham (1m2f).
Last Year's Winner
Aria Rose (1/1), Mistress Nellie (4/1), It's How We Roll (6/1), Doctor Wonderful (7/1), Tobacco Road (9/1), Tilsworth Lukey (10/1), Carvelas (12/1), Quiet Shy (12/1), Hi There Silver (16/1), Shovel It On (16/1), Windsorlot (20/1), Ahfad (25/1), Bird To Love (40/1), Turnbury (50/1), Roser Moter (50/1), Dragon Girl (50/1)
- Mistress Nellie
- Aria Rose
- It's How We Roll
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