15:25 Yarmouth Tue 30 July 2019
C&D winner in May, hasn't been in same form since but returns here from a workable mark and claims of going well under in-form claiming rider William Carver.
Scored over C&D in the autumn last year, remains high enough in ratings for now. Made some late progress into fourth at Newbury (1m2f, good to firm) last time out and could have a say if new headgear has positive effect.
Ex-John Gosden inmate, big step forward on second run for this trainer when close third over this sort of trip at Chepstow (good) recently. Eased in grade now and commands respect being unexposed at this distance.
Dam (Invincible Cara) was a half-sister to the 7f/1m Group 3 winner Elusive Pimpernel; definite signs of promise in qualifying runs and one to pay close attention to now upped in distance for this handicap debut.
Lightly-raced Lope De Vega filly, didn't run to her best in cheekpieces (discarded) at Nottingham last time, though possibly inconvenienced by dawdling pace. Handicap debut now and better effort is quite possible.
Pour Moi gelding, improving with each of three runs this year. Has shaped well over C&D already and no chance with winner when clear second best at Windsor last month. Obvious claims today.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Final Rock||3||9-0||4/6||Full Result|
|T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: Ryan Tate|
Knowing (2/1), Sudona (7/2), Infuse (5/1), San Sebastian (5/1), Voi (15/2), Elhafei (8/1)
- San Sebastian
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