17:00 Brighton Wed 7 August 2019
Well beaten in three starts since winning over this trip at Chelmsford at the end of May. Races off a mark 5lb higher than for that victory. Also declared 14:10 Brighton Thursday.
C&D winner finished a good third in a 1m handicap on good-to-firm going here in May but absent since finishing sixth as favourite over the same C&D the following month. Dropping in trip following a break Also declared 14:10 Brighton Thursday.
Well beaten in three starts since returning from a break including when 9L fifth at Leicester (7f, good-to-firm) last month. Others hold stronger claims.
Winning for the second time at this venue when successful by a neck in a 1m handicap on good-to-firm going here last time out. Drop in trip no issue and is a leading contender despite a 3lb rise in the weights.
Built on a promising Kempton (7f) second when winning by ½L in a 7f handicap at Epsom (good) last time out. Trip and ground both in her favour and is one to note off a 4lb higher mark.
Held in two starts since finishing a short-head second in a 1m handicap on good-to-soft going here in June. Interesting contender racing off the same mark on this occasion.
Broke her maiden at the 11th time of asking when victorious by 2L in first time cheekpieces (retained) over this trip at Chepstow (good-to-firm) last month. Interesting despite a 5lb rise in the weights.
Good second over 1m here in May but has disappointed in two subsequent outings. Losing run dates back to March 2017 and others appear to hold stronger claims racing from out of the handicap.
Stepped up on previous efforts this turf campaign when finishing runner-up over an extended 5f at Bath (firm) last month. Has failed to convince in previous starts at this distance and looks up against it from out of the handicap.
11 race maiden finished well beaten in first time cheekpieces (retained) in a C&D handicap on good-to-firm ground in June. Probably best watched from out of the handicap on return from a break.
Ten race maiden finished a fair fourth in a 7f handicap at Chepstow (good-to-firm) last month. Likely more needed from out of the handicap if she is to take this event.
Handicap mark is falling following some moderate efforts in recent times. Was a C&D winner in June last year but others make more appeal racing from out of the weights. Also declared 14:10 Brighton Thursday.
15 race maiden struggled when finishing seventh over this trip at Chepstow (good-to-firm) last time out. Tongue tie tried for the first time and cheekpieces worn twice last year also make a return racing from out of the handicap.
Victorious in a C&D handicap just over a month ago. Disappointed in three subsequent starts however including when last of 13 at Chepstow (7f, good-to-firm) on her most recent start.
12 race maiden has struggled in the main this season and is probably best watched from out of the handicap with cheekpieces tried for the first time.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A W CarrollJ: Tom Marquand|
Lady Morpheus (3/1), Imbucato (9/2), Harlequin Rose (9/2), Joyful Dream (5/1), Sea Tea Dea (7/1), Seafaring Girl (12/1), Sugar Plum Fairy (14/1), Rock In Society (14/1), Brother In Arms (16/1), Limerick Lord (20/1), Kellington Kitty (25/1), Bayards Cove (33/1), Princess Florence (33/1), Malaysian Boleh (50/1), Spirit Of Ishy (50/1), Quarto Cavallo (50/1)
- Lady Morpheus
- Harlequin Rose
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