20:30 Nottingham Tue 6 August 2019
Yarmouth winner (7f, good to soft) as a juvenile. Back on a competitive mark here, but last two runs have left plenty for him to prove. Cheekpieces may help.
Redcar novice winner (6f, soft) last October. Well held on reappearance at Kempton in March, and again at York last time, after wind surgery. Drops 3lb, and if he retains his ability, he could get heavily involved from this mark.
Soft ground maiden winner at Doncaster (6f) last November. Went close on reappearance/handicap debut at Newcastle (6f, AW) in March, when 4lb higher. Until to kick on since then. Changed hands since last run. Not written off on stable debut.
Has shown some promise despite being held in all three starts so far. Initial mark stiff enough, but 7lb being claimed and a market check looks advisable.
Respectable efforts on her last two runs at Carlisle and Ayr. Drops another 2lb and can't be ruled out.
Won a Kempton handicap (7f, AW) in March, when 4lb lower. Has gone close both there and at Newmarket (6f, good to firm) on her last two starts, each from this mark. Cheekpieces now fitted. Considered.
Ran second from a 3lb higher mark (1m, good to soft) at Ayr on his handicap debut last October. Gelded prior to this season, and hasn't yet fully fired. Drops back in trip for this, but more needed.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Daffy Jane||3||9-7||2/1||Full Result|
|T: N TinklerJ: S De Sousa|
Gregorian Girl (7/4), Edgewood (5/2), Ugo Gregory (8/1), Absolute Dream (8/1), Beechwood Izzy (8/1), Porcelain Girl (10/1), Soldier's Son (14/1), Constant (16/1)
- Absolute Dream
- Gregorian Girl
- Porcelain Girl
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