17:55 Yarmouth Thu 15 August 2019
Eased 2lb since last poor effort and hasn't shone in three runs so far this term. Ended last season winning 7f Wolverhampton maiden but has stamina questons to answers stepping up in trip again.
Hinted at a little ability in three starts earlier this term and returned having been gelded to run a promising race on handicap bow when second over 1m2f at Ffos Las recently. Should stay extra furlong plus and looks a lively contender.
Has been disappointing and yet to place in seven starts. Best run came on quick ground over 1m4f at Doncaster in May when close fourth off 2lb higher mark and hopes rest on him recapturing that kind of form.
Connections finally found his trip when scoring over this distance at Bath last time having run at between 7f-1m6f previous starts this term. Raised 4lb but quite likely he will go well again if that was no flash in the pan.
Popped up at 33/1 in Chepstow 1m2f h'cap running on well to land the spoils. Third behind No Thanks at Bath off 6lb higher last time over around this trip and hard to say he saw out the extra distance.
Nine-race rather once paced maiden who has been left behind when pace raised on last two starts here over 1m2f. Dropped 1lb since last run and longer trip may help but others make more appeal.
Maiden who was decent second over C&D penultimate start and again ran well at this trip when third at Windsor last time. Only modest but hasn't been raised in the weights so should be there or thereabouts once again.
Third over 7f at Brighton in July, but after running well enough after that over a mile was very disappointing over nine furlongs last time. Uncertain step up in trip will help.
Beaten out of sight all three starts to date at up to a mile. Makes handicap debut and steps up markedly in trip, but very hard to build any sort of a case for this gelding on what we've seen so far.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Pentland Hills||3||9-7||6/5||Full Result|
|T: C F WallJ: James Doyle|
No Thanks (11/4), Verify (7/2), Miss Green Dream (11/2), Hammy End (6/1), Robert Fitzroy (7/1), Minnelli (8/1), Homesick Boy (10/1), Gordalan (12/1), Lady Navarra (14/1), Voice Of Salsabil (16/1), Postie (16/1), Spirit Of Lucerne (33/1), Mazmerize (100/1)
- No Thanks
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