16:55 Beverley Tue 30 July 2019
Back on a winning mark and hinted that he's running into form with a solid effort over C&D last time out. Notable that he hasn't won on turf since the grass course was still in place at Newcastle in 2015 though.
Capable over this intermediate trip and reasonably well handicapped on the pick of his turf form; needs a strong pace and goes well for today's 7lb claimer; but often leaves himself with a lot to do by starting slowly.
Swapped hands for £6,500 after he won a seller for Roger Fell here earlier in the month and respected from 7lb below his highest previous winning mark; worth monitoring in the betting at least.
Run well in her last two starts but didn't figure when tried at this course prior to those efforts. The filly is close to a winning mark but has been expensive to follow this season and comes with risk attached. Yard is quiet just now.
Posted a gutsy win over C&D last week and not ruled out after that return to form. However, the gelding faces stiffer company here and the 5lb penalty does him no favours.
Wears cheekpieces for the first time after several modest displays since his return in March; others are more consistent and hold stronger profiles. He's well handicapped but is just 1-16 on turf (a C&D win) and never seems to run two races alike.
Still a maiden and only made the frame once from eight previous starts. Latest outing was better than market expectations but hardly a strong hint that he can fully exploit his current lenient mark.
Fifth behind Red Seeker here last week and hard to see where the immediate improvement will come from if he's going to reverse the form. Another with a stern test in front of him.
Likes this course and the distance is not an issue for the mare. Latest start was a step backwards though and even a 3lb lower mark isn't enough to tempt a recommendation.
Much higher rated on the AW and risky to assume he's able to repeat the effort of his close up fifth on the AW from last time our; this season's turf form is poor.
Looks the slightly better option from the stable's two intended runners on recent form but this trip will extend the filly into unknown territory on turf; the betting can guide but others more convincing. Also has a poor draw to cope with.
Veteran who hasn't won since 2017; set to race from 2lb out of the weights and not hard to overlook on recent form; would be a surprise winner on these terms.
Finished third behind Mutadel (at odds of 200/1) in a C&D seller at the start of this month and hard to recommend on the bare evidence of that run.
0-21 so far and never yet posed a serious threat when tried on turf; little to recommend her as one to follow despite seemingly improved form figures on the AW when last seen (been off since April.)
Ran well when fourth of 14 over C&D earlier this month (Make On Madam and Destination Aim held on that outing); and also ran with credit when second at Ayr latest. Dangerous on these terms now he's hit form in what is a poor race.
Last Year's Winner
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Pickett's Charge (4/1), Red Seeker (9/2), Bibbidibobbidiboo (7/1), Dreamseller (15/2), Chaplin Bay (15/2), Kentuckyconnection (8/1), Barbarosa (12/1), Wensley (12/1), Carlovian (12/1), Make On Madam (16/1), Christmas Night (16/1), Queen Of Kalahari (22/1), Muatadel (25/1), Puchita (33/1), Destination Aim (66/1), Prince Consort (80/1)
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