14:35 Nottingham Fri 16 August 2019
Still lightly raced but is now 0-8, and can't be recommended after not being seen since being well-beaten at Wolverhampton (5f; standard) in February. Three efforts on turf also raise cause for concern.
Won over C&D in similar conditions to what are forecast, and he was in similar form prior to that victory as he is now. Not been in with a shout in any of his five starts since April. Others have more appealing profiles.
12-year-old veteran who is incredibly still running well. Posted a sound pair of efforts in defeat when runner-up at Yarmouth (5f; good to firm) either side of a slightly below-par run at Haydock (5f; good). Place claims.
Not seen since November 2017, when she trailed in a well-beaten last of 11 runners at Wolverhampton (5f; standard). Now makes comeback off a 11lb lower mark, and there is a leap of faith required to fancy this one, unless market vibes are positive.
Back to form with a narrow defeat when second at Doncaster (5f; good) last month. Won off higher marks than this in the past, and is one of a couple in this race who are suggesting their turn may be near.
Made a decent start to his 2019 campaign, but recent two efforts have been particularly uninspiring. Now returns to 5f off a career-low mark, but too much to prove to make a case for.
Still on an unchanged/career-low mark after a pair of solid runner-up efforts at Ayr (5f; soft) & Leicester (5f; good to soft) in recent weeks. Should have no problems with the forecast softer ground, and strongly hinting at a return to form.
Not one to have full faith in as a win prospect, given that she is an almighty 0-75. However, the form of her second to a hot-favourite at Haydock (5f; soft) would bring her into this from an each-way perspective.
Gone backwards again since she posted a clear best effort in recent times when runner-up at Catterick (5f; soft) in mid-June. Conditions likely to be similar now which could give her place claims, but she does have quite a bit to prove.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Poppy Jag||3||8-6||14/1||Full Result|
|T: Kevin FrostJ: Liam Jones|
One Boy (2/1), Valentino Sunrise (2/1), The Golden Cue (5/1), Toni's A Star (5/1), Bronze Beau (12/1), Tizwotitiz (14/1), Bluella (14/1), Celerity (20/1), Alban's Dream (33/1), Illegitimate Gains (33/1), Mysterious Look (40/1)
- Valentino Sunrise
- One Boy
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