19:30 Newmarket Fri 2 August 2019
Doncaster maiden winner in April since been beaten favourite in novice, handicap and classified contests. Become very frustrating but surely there is a race in him soon; maybe worth one last chance.
Likable veteran won his first nine races over this trip but twice successful over 6f this season. Shade disappointing latest back up to 7f at Ascot and strangely now he seems to struggle to stay this far.
Came good and delivered on his previous promise this year when taking a 7f AW handicap off a 9lb lower mark in June and ran well next twice before disappointing slightly latest. May yet have more to give.
Below form in three starts for new stable, including when seventh of 10 at Goodwood at Ascot latest and overall on recent efforts makes little appeal.
Best form has come over sprinting trips and has been out of sorts this season for Robert Cowell. Most recent sixth of seven here on stable bow further evidence he is best watched at present.
Made the frame only once since winning here last August and 12th of 13 over C&D latest indicative of his recent form.
Likable nine-time winner generally better on AW throughout his career but won at Leicester in June and placed in both starts since on turf so at present that can be put to the back of one's mind. Should again make a bold bid.
Knocking on the door of a second career win after narrow defeats at Nottingham (6f) and Chester (7f). Handicap rises by 1lb again but hard to see him not again being in the thick of things where it matters.
Right back to form seemingly of late with back-to-back 7f wins at Lingfield and over C&D, the latest in emphatic fashion. Upped 7lb to 75 but won over C&D off 89 in the past so could make light of that.
Off the mark when landing 1m Yarmouth class 6 handicap in May and not beaten far since over the same trip at Sandown. This deeper and not sure she will be appreciative of a drop to 7f (raced at up to 1m2f and over hurdles).
Last Year's Winner
|5||Big Storm Coming||8||9-7||7/2||Full Result|
|T: J J QuinnJ: Jason Watson|
Fighting Temeraire (9/4), Jalaad (7/2), Zeyzoun (7/2), Rum Runner (7/1), Daddy's Daughter (7/1), Firmdecisions (11/1), Call Out Loud (12/1), Los Camachos (12/1), Club Tropicana (14/1), Quick Breath (16/1), Sir Titan (16/1), Haddaf (33/1)
- Fighting Temeraire
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