17:45 Carlisle Mon 5 August 2019
Rattled off a hat-trick of wins in 5f and 6f handicaps last August but his form since has been very underwhelming. Slight improvement last time out at Doncaster but he still only beat one home.
Generally inconsistent sprinter; best effort came at Hamilton in July but reverted to type last time out at Musselburgh. Chance on best of form but too unreliable to back with confidence.
Has ability and looks fairly well treated at present. Best effort this season came here over 6f but is equally capable over the minimum trip. Hard to be too confident about but has chances.
Much better on the AW where he has won four races. Has generally been consistent this year with his best coming at Beverley over 5f; reasonable chance if running up to his best.
Has shown slightly better form on his latest two starts but looks an unlikely type to get back to winning ways (last turf win came in 2016).
On a long losing sequence but is fairly consistent for a veteran and some of his best efforts this season have come over the minimum trip. Not easy to write off but not easy to make a strong case for.
Beverley specialist but last two appearances at that track were poor. Hard to recommend on current form even if she has possibilities on her best efforts from last season.
Has struggled since landing a handicap very easily at Newcastle at the backend of last year. Hard to make a convincing case for victory unless well supported in the market.
First-time blinkers energised this gelding to victory at Beverley last time out and are reapplied again. Has run well over course and distance in the past and certainly one to consider.
Inconsistent mare who is difficult to catch right. Best recent effort came at Ayr on fast ground. A repeat of that effort would see her go close but not one to rely on.
Ran well last time out at Ayr over 6f finishing less than a length behind the winner. Can spring the occasional surprise so certainly one to keep in mind.
Has been reasonably consistent of late exemplified by a fine run at Ayr on his latest start. However, he does not win very often and hard to make a definite case for.
With a career record that reads 1-36 she's hardly one to trust; struggled for most of the winter on the AW. Well held back on turf at Ripon in June and easy enough to rule out of calculations.
Modest spirnter who tends to be ridden regularly by lady riders and has bits and pieces of form this season from which a case can be made. Needs more though and may struggle once again.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Kingstreet Lady||5||10-3||11/2||Full Result|
|T: Mrs R CarrJ: Jane Elliott|
Suitcase 'n' Taxi (9/2), Gorgeous General (5/1), Star Cracker (8/1), Jessie Allan (8/1), Oriental Splendour (17/2), Moonlit Sands (9/1), B Fifty Two (10/1), Astrophysics (12/1), Astraea (12/1), Guardia Svizzera (14/1), Classic Pursuit (20/1), Teepee Time (33/1), Red Forever (66/1), Whispering Soul (80/1)
- Oriental Splendour
- B Fifty Two
- Jessie Allan
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