13:40 Yarmouth Tue 30 July 2019
Hasn't won since November 2015. Disappointing effort at Pontefract (1m, good to firm; 7-1) in April. Rested since and has often gone well off this sort of break.
Yet to fire in three runs since joining this yard from Brendan Powell, with Newmarket effort over 7f earlier this month very disappointing. Others preferred at the moment.
Best form so far has been on quick ground; knocking on the door recently including when close third at Windsor (6f, good to firm) earlier in the month. 1lb higher mark here, likely to improve more.
Form this year had been worrying prior to adopting positive tactics at Beverley eight days ago and finishing an agonising head-second. Runs from an unchanged mark and goes on the shortlist as such.
Landed a Wolverhampton novice last summer and form has taken a dive since. Ran well enough last time out over C&D and not totally out of this from 2lb lower mark.
Kodiac filly, much-improved this year, winning on reappearance at Lingfield on the AW over 6f and just denied in Wolverhampton follow up attempt. 1lb higher returned to turf and big player if showing similar improvement in this sphere.
Eight-race maiden; joined this trainer for 10,000gns in May (from Marco Botti); ran best race so far over C&D early this month (2L third of 13). Likely didn't take to Epsom since, capable of bounce back here.
Hasn't managed to beat a single rival home during four starts in 2018 and this year, easily enough bypassed for now given 0-18 turf record.
Six-race maiden, has shown more in two recent efforts at Brighton over 6f/7f. Cheekpieces added now and definite claims should they have a positive effect.
AW winner at Chelmsford in the spring, his only success in 13 so far. Beaten just over 3L into fourth of 13 over C&D last time. Should get in the mix, place claims.
Posted a half decent effort when finishing fourth at odds of 50-1 at Chepstow (1m, classified stakes) latest; wouldn't be any sort of certainty to build on that now.
Nice-race maiden, started big prices in all outings. Up against it on form and not getting any favours on these terms.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H SpillerJ: Cameron Noble|
Etikaal (15/8), Global Hope (9/2), Global Acclamation (7/1), Miss Liberty Belle (7/1), Shaleela's Dream (15/2), Penarth Pier (16/1), Garth Rockett (16/1), Steal The Scene (16/1), Kennocha (16/1), Miss Communicate (33/1), Until Midnight (50/1), Tilsworth Prisca (66/1)
- Steal The Scene
- Global Hope
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