14:30 Catterick Mon 19 August 2019
Got off the mark for connections at the fourth time of asking in a Hamilton 6f contest on handicap debut earlier this month off a 7lb lower mark. Likely to take some catching if keeping the same front-running tactics.
Daughter of Showcasing has failed to add to her win on debut at Redcar in April. Thought good enough to contest the Albany at Royal Ascot, the juvenile has been running well in defeat of late and is likely to be in the mix in first-time cheekpieces.
Landed a second career win in a Ripon 5f handicap last month off a 10lb lower mark before struggling a little at Newmarket earlier this month on good to firm ground. Entitled to make the shortlist taking a significant drop in class.
Epaulette gelding, running with credit in three career starts so far including a 3¼L defeat over 7f here earlier this month. Can give a good account of himself without worrying the main protagonists on handicap debut.
Four-race maiden, produced a career best on her penultimate start over C&D last month. Well held since and likely to struggle representing a yard who are just one from 43 with handicap debutantes' in the last two years.
Daughter of Dandy Man. Two from four when in the care of trainer Archie Watson. Last of 13 on a dismal stable debut at Newmarket earlier this month over 6f and looks easy to oppose despite significant drop in class.
Seven-race maiden. Running well in defeat in a number of starts over a variety of trips since April but has always susceptible to a couple of stronger rivals. This could be a tough ask going up in grade.
Failed to hit the frame in five starts for trainer John Quinn before finishing fourth of seven on first start for new connections at Chester over 5f earlier this month. Still looking no nearer to breakthrough success.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Ed WalkerJ: J Fanning|
Good Night Mr Tom (5/4), Exclusively (4/1), Infinite Grace (4/1), Knightcap (13/2), Woven Quality (12/1), Gold Venture (25/1), She's Easyontheeye (33/1), Bob's Oss (50/1)
- Good Night Mr Tom
- Infinite Grace
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