20:20 Wolverhampton Mon 12 August 2019
Broke his maiden when winning a firm ground contest over an extended 5f at Bath by 2½L earlier this month. Leading contender despite carrying a penalty.
Impressed in winning easily in a similar race to this over C&D when making his debut at the start of this month. Likely to prove hard to beat on this occasion.
Stepped up on debut fourth over this C&D when finishing runner-up over 5f at Chester (good-to-soft) last time out. One to note in this contest.
Struggled in both starts so far most recently when 14L last of 12 over 7f at Chelmsford in June. Gelded and given a break since but is probably best watched at present.
Not gone on from a promising fourth at Windsor (5f, good) on debut in May. Drops in grade having contested a valuable 5f sprint at Newbury (good-to-soft) last time out.
Fair sixth in a 6f novice contest at Lingfield (6f, good-to-firm) on debut in May. Absent since and more needed dropping in trip on AW debut.
Failed to figure in two starts so far most recently when last of eight over 6f at Chelmsford earlier this month. Others hold stronger claims.
Held in both outings so far including when fifth of six over C&D last time out. Needs to improve on what she's shown so far to figure in this event.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Its The Only Way||2||10-2||4/11||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: Seamus Cronin|
He's A Laddie (11/8), Hot Heels (6/4), Audio (3/1), Dynamighty (12/1), Full Spectrum (16/1), Indra Dawn (33/1), La Chica Lobo (100/1), Gelsmoor Bay (100/1)
- He's A Laddie
- Hot Heels
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