19:30 Windsor Mon 12 August 2019
Was successful for the first time in eight starts at Ffos Las last time over 1m2f in what was his first run back since wind surgery. May need to find more for a repeat success as he has gone up 5lb but he is open to improvement so one to consider.
Has shown very little in his five appearances so far, including on his handicap debut at Goodwood (1m1f) when eighth of 10 runners. Down 4lb for this latest effort and cheekpieces on for first time. Others make more of an appeal here.
Came close to his first win on his second start when he was second of seven, beaten by just ¾L. Is making his handicap debut here over a longer trip which makes him interesting. Cheekpieces on for the first time. One to consider.
Broke his maiden on his latest run at Ffos Las over this distance. He finished the race strongly after being slowly into stride. Has gone up 3lb but the way he came home last time suggests there is more to come. Leading contender.
Scored for the first time on turf at Doncaster last time over this distance where he stayed on strongly inside the closing stages to score by ½L. Has gone up 3lb for that success but has a good chance of following it up here.
Scored on just his second career start at Lingfield (7f) but has been unable to prevail in handicap company so far. Went close last time at Epsom (1m2f) where he was second of seven, beaten by just ¾L as the 2/1 favourite. Up 1lb. One to consider.
Lightly-raced gelding who has had just the four runs so far. He hit the frame for the first time on his latest start when he was third of 14 at this track over 1m3½f on his handicap debut. Remains off the same mark and down in trip. Each-way chance.
Still a maiden after five starts but has shown some promise since joining handicap company. He was third of 11 on the AW at Lingfield (1m2f) two runs back, while on his latest outing, he finished fifth of 11 at Wolverhampton (1m4f). One to watch.
Is a maiden after nine starts so far. Went close on the AW earlier this year at Wolverhampton (1m4f) when only beaten by a neck in a second place finish of seven. Has shown little in his two turf appearances. Others make more of an appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J A OsborneJ: Tom Marquand|
Isle of Wolves (3/1), Closer Than Close (9/2), Bug Boy (5/1), Waterfront (13/2), Bartimaeus (13/2), Renardeau (13/2), Perfecimperfection (8/1), Debbonair (10/1), Culture (14/1), Thunderoad (40/1)
- Bug Boy
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