16:00 Doncaster Sat 17 August 2019
Failed to improve on first few starts in handicaps, but stepped up on final outing for Joseph O'Brien when winning at Bellewstown. Bought for 22,000 gns but finished last of eight on Beverley stable debut. Needs to bounce back up in trip.
Not disgraced on sole start for Karl Burke last year but ran with huge improvement when winning over 1m1f at Carlisle on season and stable debut. Disappointing subsequently at Redcar and opening handicap mark looks stiff.
Off the mark at the fifth attempt when winning at Hamilton and then a good fifth when meeting loads of trouble in a strong Goodwood handicap. Boasts a progressive profile and looks sure to go close off just 1lb higher.
Won a novice on her second start but still improved on that when a good second on her handicap debut at Newmarket. Kept on well again late after being headed and could have done with setting a stronger tempo. Has more to offer.
Remains a seven-race maiden. Has raced only against his elders in handicaps so far and will appreciate racing against his own age group. Inconsistent but well handicapped on the pick of his form and can't be dismissed.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Ian WilliamsJ: P Makin|
Moll Davis (4/5), Tabassor (3/1), Proton (13/2), Kingson (7/1), Jupiter Road (16/1)
- Moll Davis
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