17:00 Nottingham Tue 13 August 2019
Lightly raced filly beaten just ¾L over 1m3½f at Windsor penultimately off this mark on good to soft. Disappointing since at Doncaster on good to firm but back with testing conditions at this trip she is respected.
Lone win came at Dundalk over 7f almost two years ago. Winless then for this yard and rarely looked like a horse wanting further in five starts at 1m this season.
Huge prices in all four starts including handicap debut when a remote last of six over this trip at Leicester latest on heavy ground. Handicap mark remains a mystery for one who's achieved so little.
Heavy ground C&D winner in 2017 missed all of 2018 but ran his best race this year latest when a 1L second over 1m4f at Ripon at 33/1. Same handicap mark today so everything now points to him having rock-solid claims.
Inconsistent this season but put in one of her better performances last time out with 3L fifth at Haydock in what was probably a stronger contest than this. Far from ruled out here.
16-race maiden but yet to run a bad race with give underfoot this season and ran pretty well here over 1m earlier in the campaign. Tackles 1m2f for the first time now and that the biggest doubt.
Soft ground Carlisle winner over 1m3f off today's mark back in May has been a bit of a false dawn with him since hamstrung by slow starts. If he could today break on terms he would have realistic each-way claims.
Has a long losing sequence which stretches back to Ffos Las win in July 2017. Reappearance at Bath (1m2f, good; 25-1) last month was promising as he took second spot but no shape since at Chepstow over 1m4f. Hard enough sort to trust.
14-race maiden and handicap mark is falling following some moderate efforts since joining this yard, not one to be weighing in behind strongly for now.
1-26 record (0-11 turf) aside this six-year-old makes plenty of appeal based on his C&D second on heavy off a 3lb higher mark back in June. AW midfields since temper enthusiasm a little but is respected here.
Won back-to-back races in July 2017 but 25 months on they remain the only wins in a 38-race career. Terrible effort at Beverley latest more evidence that she is best avoided.
Beat rivals for the first time in five career starts latest when plugging on for a remote eighth of 14 at Chepstow. Still need a quantum leap to make the frame here but extra 3f on that evidence will suit.
Beat just the one home on her latest start (over further than this) and hard to fancy now as a six-race unplaced maiden beaten a combined 149L in five Flat races (pulled up in lone hurdle).
Last Year's Winner
|T: Lucinda EgertonJ: Paula Muir|
Deinonychus (3/1), Movie Star (11/2), Lucy's Law (13/2), Tilsworth Lukey (8/1), Militry Decoration (17/2), Snooker Jim (9/1), Majestic Stone (10/1), Frantical (20/1), Reshaan (20/1), Inflexiball (25/1), I Think So (33/1), Longville Lilly (66/1), Lady Carduros (66/1)
- Lucy's Law
- Movie Star
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