15:20 Salisbury Thu 15 August 2019
Awarded a race in the stewards room at Leicester in April and gained second success of the season at Epsom penultimately before narrow defeat there latest upped to 1m2f. In great form and if in same vein in blinkers he's the one to beat.
16-race maiden ran a couple of good races earlier in the year on the AW at Lingfield but two summer efforts at Brighton and back at Lingfield temper enthusiasm.
2¼L second over 6f at Goodwood penultimately a breakthrough in this lightly-raced sorts career but less effective when midfield next over 1m on AW. Still a little tough to gauge over this trip.
Hasn't won on turf since 2016 but his 1L defeat on the surface over 7f at Lingfield showed this 11-time winner remains effective on it and although 7f is arguably his best distance he is a three-time 1m winner so respected.
Regally bred colt who is a half-brother to International Stakes heroine Arabian Queen. Some promiseon debut last year but tailed off on reappearance and beaten 25L latest at Pontefract. Hope more than expectation now on handicap bow.
Gelding with a 1-21 record has been more miss than hit in 2019 both on the Flat and over hurdles and makes little appeal here.
Three runs for current yard have hinted he should win a race but overall others make greater appeal although jockey booking catches the eye.
19 defeats since his debut success but running pretty well of late and gets another 1lb back after third of 13 at Brighton last time out. Each-way appeal here.
Over two years since veteran's last win and only won one in last four seasons. Dismal efforts at Brighton and Bath the last twice leave him lacking any appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Highland Pass||4||9-11||11/4||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: Oisin Murphy|
The Lords Walk (9/4), Savitar (4/1), N Over J (9/2), Chetan (9/2), Mabo (11/2), Charlie Arthur (8/1), Takeonefortheteam (8/1), Arabian King (9/1), Clem A (10/1), Barrsbrook (16/1), Aye Aye Skipper (33/1), Johni Boxit (33/1)
- The Lords Walk
- N Over J
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