18:45 Carlisle Mon 5 August 2019
- Megasun Lounge At Glo & Go Handicap (Professional Lady Riders) (Class 4)
- 5f 193y, Good to Soft (Good in places)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Long odds-on when opening his account under this rider at Chelmsford over a similar trip. Has improved with every race and recently changed stable. Absence a slight concern but should go well.
Great performance to win at Haydock early last month (good-to-firm) over this trip. Excuses next time at same track but below par last time out at York. This looks easier and one for the shortlist.
Opened his three-year-old account with a Thirsk win and swiftly followed up at Haydock off a 6lb higher mark (both wins at 6f). Ran well in pursuit of the hat-trick at Ripon before his good run of form came to a halt on both his latest two starts.
Unable to land a hat-trick last time out at Pontefract but still put in a pleasing and arguably improved performance. Probably still faces tough ask at these weights but open to improvement.
Bounced back to winning ways over course and distance after a disaster on the AW at Newcastle the time before. Probably prefers a fast surface so will not want much rain but definite chance on the best of her form.
Has been showing much more promise on his latest two appearances at Ayr and Redcar. Certainly capable of winning off around this mark and looks a leading contender.
Is slowly getting the hang of things and has improved on all her last three appearances. Need to show even more to get competitive; stable form is a slight concern but not without a chance.
Last Year's Winner
|T: N TinklerJ: Faye McManoman|
Gale Force Maya (7/4), Tenax (3/1), Kolossus (9/2), Nubough (7/1), Look Out Louis (10/1), Beryl The Petal (11/1), Raha (16/1)
- Gale Force Maya
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