16:55 Lingfield Sat 3 August 2019
Becoming tough to predict at nine-year-old, four-time winner on the AW here but best turf form at Brighton. Out the back there over a mile in June when last spotted, has to bounce back.
Mark has tumbled a long way since most recent win at Epsom in 2015, record now reading 3-40. Failed to beat a rival last time out, but has placed in this company already this season and gets a new visor added here.
Just one career win, coming on the AW here over a mile last spring. Tends to be fairly consistent, though her latest offering at Chepstow was not up to scratch.
Oasis Dream filly with very little in formbook to recommend. Tailed off last month on handicap bow at Kempton over a mile on the AW, visor back on here but plenty to work on.
Yet to win on turf (0-5), though was second in this race last year from a 4lb higher mark. Not beaten far on the AW track here in June, has possibilities.
13-race maiden, has come in for market support a number of times lately without really looking like obliging. Array of headgear has been tried (all left off now), and needs to do more.
19-race maiden, made the frame in 7f turf handicap at his venue seven days ago, tries first-time visor here and not without claims if managing a repeat effort.
Had some fair form when he started his career in 2017 but remains a maiden and looks to be more regressive type. Struggling of late and is overlooked.
Just 1-32 now, having been beaten 9L over 7f (soft) here last week sporting a first-time visor. Leap of faith needed to see a big run coming.
Ran well in similar race over course and distance at the end of June and is generally a consistent sort. Finished third at Chepstow last time out. Chances, but likely to find a couple too good once again.
On the balance of her form so far she isn't much more than a poor maiden (0-10) who continues to show very little, bar one place effort in a poor contest on the AW at Kempton in January.
Camacho filly has shown next to nothing in her six-race career so far and can't be supported with any gusto until she hints at ability.
Poor maiden of 11 starts, wide-margin defeats being order of the day in both runs this year over 6f at Windsor and Chepstow. Tries a hood now, with all manner of improvement to find.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Princess Way||4||9-3||8/1||Full Result|
|T: Paul GeorgeJ: Rhiain Ingram|
Captain Sedgwick (2/1), Jupiter (9/2), Gerry The Glover (6/1), Silverturnstogold (15/2), Accomplice (8/1), Alexandria (10/1), Soaring Spirits (11/1), Tallulah's Quest (12/1), Lord Murphy (14/1), Satchville Flyer (14/1), Aegean Legend (25/1), Golconda Prince (25/1), Hold Your Breath (28/1), Premium Pink (40/1), Star Attraction (50/1)
- Lord Murphy
- Captain Sedgwick
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