17:05 Kempton Tue 20 August 2019
All four career wins here (4-7 over C&D). Off 15 months since fifth of seven at Goodwood so that a big doubt; perhaps the market can guide.
Dual C&D winner lightly raced in 2019 but ran well after a 77-day break at Chelmsford over 5f latest. 6f suits better and given he may have needed the run latest there are plenty of reasons for optimism now.
Four-time AW winner never ran here before but appreciates polytrack surface. Won three times in profitable 2019 but has a career-high mark after a good second at Chelmsford latest to overcome.
Won a couple of races in South Africa as a juvenile but was out of his depth in the Doncaster Mile on his British/stable debut and well held in four subsequent starts. Handicap sliding but still looks plentiful.
C&D winner on one of her two visits to this racecourse. Winless in 2019 but unlucky looking strong-finishing third at Newmarket latest suggests it now a matter of time and she has obvious claims here.
C&D winner on debut has knocked on the door the last twice with seconds in 6f handicaps at Windsor and Leicester and his claims only enhanced by first AW race since aforementioned win.
Good second in a 6f handicap at Meydan in earlier February but struggled at Jebel Ali (6f) later that month. Changed yards since and well held at Chelmsford on return but expecting better now from this two-year-old AW winner.
Dual C&D winner but below par in three most recent starts and only real hope at present is that a return to this clearly favoured course sparks a revival.
Three-time winner but only placed once in five races in 2019 so despite a tumbling handicap mark looks best watched until signs of a revival.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C G CoxJ: A Kirby|
Lady Dancealot (5/4), Typhoon Ten (7/2), Busby (6/1), Last Page (10/1), Sparkalot (14/1), Airshow (14/1), Uncle Jerry (14/1), Power Link (16/1), Private Matter (16/1), Katheefa (16/1), Givinitsum (33/1)
- Typhoon Ten
- Lady Dancealot
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