15:20 Chelmsford City Sat 3 August 2019
All three wins come over 6f but is as effective over 5f and with his overall solid AW record in mind he has very realistic claims after a 77-day break.
Dual 6f AW winner for Charlie Hills was last seen veering left when fourth at Newbury. Back on favoured AW surface and the sort to appreciate being freshened up by a change of scenery so has sound claims from the front.
Showed much-improved form to win a Naas maiden for Aidan O'Brien last year but subsequently was twice last in handicaps. Questions to answer after 11 months off for stable bow.
Won his last two starts here so three turf runs are probably taken with a pinch of salt. Third at Newcastle latest an improved effort and is more appealing still back here.
Running well before getting back to winning ways in good fashion at Lingfield last time out in a seller. This demands more but has each-way possibilities in current form.
Was successful on turf at Salisbury (5f) in June but has been held on last two starts, including latest at Chester (5½f) when seventh of 13. Third and fourth in last two visits here but still prefer others.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Queen In Waiting||4||9-2||6/1||Full Result|
|T: T D BarronJ: Nicola Currie|
Prince of Rome (6/4), Airshow (11/4), Global Tango (7/2), Zac Brown (8/1), Green Door (10/1), Zamjar (10/1), Isle Of Innisfree (20/1)
- Prince of Rome
- Global Tango
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