17:20 Goodwood Thu 1 August 2019
Won three times as a juvenile but hasn't kicked on in three runs this year. Probably wants fast ground to be seen at his best and others make more appeal; wears first-time blinkers.
Has won twice already this year but signs the handicapper now has his measure. Yard a bit below form in recent weeks and others preferred.
Off the mark at the fifth attempt in a Fontainebleau handicap last time out but a drop in trip isn't certain to suit and the handicapper has taken no chances.
A winner at Chepstow in a novice event as a juvenile but may not have trained on judged on her two runs so far this year. Has a bit to prove having been badly outpaced at Windsor last time out.
Got his head back in front at Bath last time out when narrowly getting up in a five runner contest but has plenty more on his plate here from a 5lb higher handicap mark and wants rattling quick ground to be seen at his best.
Won twice as a juvenile and shaped okay in a Listed race at Bath on her return but she's been well beaten in two runs since. Back in slightly calmer waters here but needs first-time cheekpieces to spark a revival.
A winner on her return at Newcastle in April and while she struggled on her next couple of starts, her latest effort at Doncaster was more encouraging. 6lb rise for that demands more though.
Improved from debut when making all at Lingfield as a juvenile but only seen once so far this year when well beaten at Bath last time out. Has a bit to prove now but falling handicap mark should help at some stage.
Has won his last two races from the front, finding plenty to land a maiden at Salisbury and a 5f handicap at Windsor. More needed having gone up 3lb, but he has a smashing attitude, and should continue to give a good account.
Hasn't won since landing a novice event on AW on just his second career start. Only beaten 3L in a valuable handicap at Newmarket last time out and a return to 5f may help; wears first-time cheekpieces.
Won a race in the stewards' room as a juvenile and returned with a cosy win at Redcar last time out. 4lb rise for that could underestimate him and may come on for the run; live player.
Made it two wins from 14 starts at Chester last time out and met some trouble in running that day. Could have more to give from just a 2lb higher mark here provided she's not caught out by the drop back in trip (best form at 6f).
Inconsistent sort but got back in the winners' enclosure at Brighton in June. Failed to build on that when only beating one home at Sandown though and more needed here.
Won twice as a juvenile but largely struggling this year and failed to build on some promise at Ripon in June when only fifth at Chepstow last time (refused to settle). Now tried in first-time blinkers.
Showed very little as a juvenile but made it three wins from four starts at Doncaster last time out. Still gives the impression there's more to give and not ruled out despite a 5lb rise in the weights.
A winner on debut at Lingfield and while well out of depth in a Guineas trial on return, she's run okay in defeat in three runs since. Will need more against these rivals though.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Lord Riddiford||3||9-0||6/1||Full Result|
|T: J J QuinnJ: Jason Hart|
Amplify (9/2), Alfie Solomons (5/1), Celsius (11/2), Lufricia (13/2), Top Breeze (8/1), Pink Flamingo (10/1), Good Luck Fox (12/1), Tinto (14/1), Pass The Gin (14/1), Get The Rhythm (14/1), Jungle Speed (16/1), Concierge (22/1), Mercenary Rose (25/1), Glory Fighter (25/1), Whataguy (28/1), Blame Roberta (33/1), Dancing Warrior (33/1)
- Get The Rhythm
- Alfie Solomons
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