15:10 Brighton Tue 20 August 2019
First runner at the track for this Yorkshire trainer, showed definite ability on first two starts last year but not gone on from that. However, this is so weak that even his recent efforts might be good enough, and this drop back to 7f a plus.
Only had the two starts, so unexposed and may well improve, but has leading chances simply on what he's done to date, having finished fourth on both starts. Big question mark is the drop back in trip, but a leading player all the same.
There's some form from last summer that would give him a leading chance here but two starts this season have seen him finish well beaten, and there's been little to recommend him here. Very risky now.
Two decent efforts over 5f last summer would put him right in the firing line here, but he went off the boil after that and regressed quite quickly. Not seen out since last November, and may well need the outing regardless.
Early days for her, this only being her fifth start, but here's been little to shout about in her first four, well beaten on all occasions, and she needs to leave that well behind here.
Rated just 46 and she's clearly modest, but does have the plus point of being able to handle the track, having finished in the frame a couple of times in low-grade handicaps here this year. Has place chances in a weak event.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Dream Catching||3||9-3||1/1||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: Jason Watson|
So Macho (8/11), Dependable (13/2), Brambledown (7/1), Penwood (15/2), Ecstasea (10/1), Spirit Of Lucerne (20/1), Hornby (50/1)
- So Macho
- Spirit Of Lucerne
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