14:50 Yarmouth Tue 30 July 2019
Just the one win in 17 starts, not badly handicapped at present seemingly and ran a much better race at Chepstow 12 days ago. Needs to build on that now.
Experienced mare has two wins at Brighton this season over 1m/1m2f from five starts. Beaten only 1L into third in Nottingham apprentice contest most recently. Should continue to run well from unchanged mark.
Only 1lb above the mark he ran off when third at Haydock three starts ago. Both of his two career wins have come on the AW but not beaten far at Chepstow latest and could sneak a place.
Iffraaj filly, four-race maiden, much-improved on handicap debut at Windsor recently over 1m2f and could go well here having been given 2lb relief from the assessor since.
10-race maiden, going the right way recently, with promising efforts at Salisbury and Doncaster over this 1m4f (latest in first-time cheekpieces). Headgear retained and should be on the board soon enough.
Just a 1-21 strike-rate, scoring over 1m2f on the AW at Lingfield in March off a mark of 62. Turf efforts in 2017 were decent, back from short break here and could be one to keep a close eye on.
Scored over C&D this month on first start for trainer Archie Watson, twice disappointed as favourite since over much longer trips since at Doncaster and Musselburgh. Back here on a potentially good mark and down in distance; considered.
Filly is a maiden of six starts, going the right way in efforts over C&D and at Thirsk this season, before a lesser effort at Leicester (1m4f, good) last month. Needs to bounce back, possibly can do so.
Won three on the spin back in the spring, bust four-year-old then lost his way but much more like it over C&D five days ago and interesting to see if he can build on that now from workable mark.
2-23, with wins gained on the AW. Pair of lacklustre turf runs since joining this trainer, needs to show more before becoming of interest.
Produced his best effort for over two years when scoring at Wolverhampton (1m4f, AW) in March, unable to back that up at Leicester a month later. Give a break since, market likely a decent guide to expectations here.
Experienced gelding has gained all nine career wins at Brighton. Last of eight this month Lingfield (2m½f, good to firm). Back down in trip and unlikely to be the winner here.
Has dropped well below last winning mark, though that came back in September 2017. Hasn't threatened in four starts since May for new trainer. Others preferred.
Dual C&D winner but ended last season on a sour note with a string of below par efforts and picked up where he left last month on return to action. Hard to recommend.
12-race maiden, has been a regular around this course and has done ok over this trip on occasion. Hard to figure out his best trip in truth and certainly needs to improve to open account.
Byron mare, poor in five starts to this point on AW/over hurdles. First handicap on turf, needs a dramatic change in fortune to have claims.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Esprit De Baileys||6||9-7||9/4||Full Result|
|T: Miss Amy MurphyJ: Lewis Edmunds|
Maroon Bells (9/2), Tigerfish (5/1), Percy Prosecco (5/1), Mobham (8/1), Paddy The Chef (10/1), Contingency Fee (10/1), Citta D'Oro (12/1), Peggy Mckay (12/1), Sir Gnet (14/1), Sir Fred (14/1), Incredible Dream (16/1), Kirtling (20/1), Roy Rocket (33/1), Belabour (33/1), Sexy Secret (33/1), Lady Carduros (66/1)
- Percy Prosecco
- Peggy Mckay
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