15:30 Redcar Sat 10 August 2019
Won a Catterick seller penultimately before following up in a Lingfield turf handicap latest. 4lb rise for that looks a shade lenient and in current form the hat-trick bid will surely be bold.
Three-time AW winner ran well again at favourite venue Wolverhampton last time out but on his first turf run in a year he is less appealing given an 0-8 record on the surface.
Sole win came in maiden last year and having not made the frame now in five starts as a three-year-old she's hard to fancy even given a falling handicap mark.
Beaten one rival combined in six starts since joining this stable from France and appears to be a rapidly regressing sort.
Comes here in search of a hat-trick having followed up his Wolverhampton win off a 6lb higher mark at Doncaster. Another 7lb hike to contend with but in current form he simply has to be respected.
Gained seventh career success at Thirsk in April and remains competitive off currently 9lb higher mark as shown by his hat-trick of seconds coming into this. Always gives a good account and again makes each-way appeal.
Fallen to a mark 12lb lower than his Newmarket win 13 months ago but that for good reason after five dismal 2019 showings. No signs of revival at Hamilton latest.
Infrequent winner who was overcoming a long losing run when winning over 5f at Ayr in June. Fourths the next twice before below par at Pontefract latest. Others more compelling.
Three wins this year but last three efforts have been less compelling and given she last won at class 6 level her abilities at this level remain in question.
Last Year's Winner
Golden Parade (11/8), Lucky Beggar (13/2), Betsey Trotter (15/2), Shepherd's Purse (15/2), Equiano Springs (8/1), Rose Marmara (8/1), Mr Wagyu (9/1), Nicki's Angel (11/1), Laubali (12/1), Everkyllachy (16/1), Cox Bazar (66/1)
- Golden Parade
- Betsey Trotter
- Lucky Beggar
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