16:10 Brighton Tue 20 August 2019
Has been knocking on the door this summer, going close at Nottingham two starts ago and then running to that level when placed at Sandown last time. Slight question mark over whether this track will suit, but clear form chance.
Put in a much better effort when second in a similar event at Ffos Las last time out, although not for the first time hung a bit under pressure, and given she's already been beaten at 1-7 back in March, isn't one for maximum faith.
Has ability and handles downhill tracks fine, but does now need to rediscover his best form after two below par efforts this season. That's not impossible, but others have more pressing claims.
Placed on her last three starts but you'd be hard pushed to say she's improving and she didn't quite see this trip out last time either. On balance, others make a bit more appeal.
Going nowhere quickly at present and is starting to show some signs of temperament into the bargain. Upped in trip today as well, and there are simply too many question marks against him at the moment.
Four starts to date have revealed only a modicum of ability, best effort coming when fifth over 7f at Wetherby in April, but upped in trip and on breeding, he's not certain to get it. Makes only minimal appeal.
First start for new yard (who can ready them for yard debuts), gelded since last seen and almost made it pay at Lingfield on latest start, beaten just a neck. Plenty to recommend his chance, with this trip no problem.
Getting the hang of things now, beaten just a neck at Lingfield two starts back and then far from disgraced at Nottingham last time (travelled well). Better ground here may suit and can't be allowed an easy lead from the inside stall.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: Rossa Ryan|
Lady Mascara (2/1), Air Force Amy (9/4), God Has Given (7/1), Temujin (9/1), Sarasota (10/1), Circle Of Stars (11/1), Slade King (16/1), Tattenhams (18/1), Mina Vagante (N/A)
- Air Force Amy
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