17:05 Redcar Sat 10 August 2019
Four-time winner came back to form at Chester three starts back when second but having been tailed off and beaten over 50L in both subsequent starts she makes no appeal.
Joined this yard out of a Lingfield seller and won on stable debut in a Thirsk maiden (1m4f) before hitting the frame there in handicap company next up. Tailed off latest which is a big concern but bounce back would give him a squeak.
Has run at least respectably on all three handicap starts at 1m6f and beyond. Perhaps didn't stay when fifth over 2m at Catterick last time but thirds over 1m6f here and at Notts read well and highly respected now.
Not won since C&D success in 2017 but rarely runs a bad race and narrow ½L defeat here penultimately further evidence he likes this C&D. Each-way prospects sound again.
Inconsistent performer over 1m looked a non-stayer over 1m2f at Haydock latest although probably went off too fast in front. Further 4f here has to be a concern.
11-race maiden but comes here off the back of rock-solid efforts at Musselburgh (second of 13, 1m6f) and Nottingham (third of 13, 2m). Should again make a bold bid then despite handicapper adding 2lb.
Tries another trip now having made little impression in handicaps over 2m and 1m3½f. Perhaps this will be ideal based on late headway latest at Bath and foolish to rule her out for red-hot yard.
Last Year's Winner
|9||The Knot Is Tied||3||8-10||11/10||Full Result|
|T: T D EasterbyJ: D Allan|
Anyonecanhaveitall (13/8), Kitty's Cove (5/2), Volcanique (9/2), Jan De Heem (9/1), Glorious Dane (16/1), Gennaro (18/1), Canford Thompson (20/1), Miss Ranger (33/1), Late For The Sky (33/1)
- Kitty's Cove
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