20:00 Windsor Mon 12 August 2019
Has had 17 attempts to get off the mark now without success. His form has yet to improve this season. He was 10th of 13 at Brighton last time over 6f. It would be a big surprise if he was to get his nose in front here.
Made a promising debut here over 6f when second of seven behind a smart horse. Was in contention with 2f to go last time at Doncaster (6f) before weakening inside the closing stages. Down in trip which may help. Leading contender.
Harbour Watch gelding whose dam was successful over 5½f and 7f in her career. Big ask to expect him to open his account on his debut. Likely to be much better later in the year with experience on his side.
Making her first appearance since her debut in May 2018 where she finished sixth of 12 at Nottingham over this distance. She was slowly into stride that day but finished the race strongly. Open to improvement and one consider on her return.
Was last of six on her debut at Salisbury over 6f where she was 30L behind at the finish. She was too keen on that opening start so needs to settle better this time. Much more needed to be in the mix here.
Was third of five on her debut at Leicester last month over 5f where she was only 2L away at the finish after going off at 16/1. More can be expected here as she is likely to build upon that display. One for the shortlist.
Has been well beaten in her two starts so far. She was fifth of seven here over 6f on her debut, while last time she had just one horse behind her in a seven runner field at Ffos Las (7½f). Down in trip. Has to improve.
Experienced filly as she has had 17 starts without success. She produced the best performance of her career last time when second of eight at Lingfield (5f), beaten by a neck. Is exposed now but should be considered on basis of last run.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Maid Of Spirit||3||8-11||7/2||Full Result|
|T: C G CoxJ: Hector Crouch|
Grisons (11/10), Starchant (11/4), Bhangra (7/2), Oh So Nice (8/1), Peggotty (25/1), More Salutes (25/1), Del's Edge (33/1), Welsh Warrior (33/1), Maqboola (33/1), Hornby (50/1)
- Oh So Nice
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