17:40 Kempton Tue 20 August 2019
Won over 1m3f and 1m4f here in January before running respectably when fourth next in February off this mark. Still lightly raced and respected on first run in 185 days especially if market positive.
Left previous form behind when winning by 8L in a Wolverhampton maiden handicap last week. 6lb penalty could very easily see her well handicapped now and has to command serious respect here.
Won here over 1m3f and 1m4f last winter before ending campaign with a close third at Lingfield. First run of 2019 and for new stable so perhaps best watched although mark is within range.
Beaten 11L or more in all four races since leaving Godolphin and despite tumbling handicap mark he is best left alone again here.
Three-time 1m2f winner has been a little in and out since winning here in January. Best form suggests mark within range but efforts over this trip in the past leave questions about his stamina.
13lb higher than March C&D win but that is due to a consistent run of form in which he's won again and been placed three times. Handicapper may now have a grip however.
Lightly-raced four-year-old won twice over 1m4f on Wolverhampton's Tapeta surface in 2019. Latest effort was sub-par at Ripon but only 2lb higher than last win and back on AW he should bounce back.
Handicap debutant not achieved a great deal in three qualifiers on turf including the last two over this trip. Must improve plenty here on AW bow.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Nylon Speed||4||9-6||10/1||Full Result|
|T: A KingJ: M Harley|
Wanaasah (7/4), Sir Prize (3/1), Gold Arch (3/1), Murhib (9/1), Mullarkey (14/1), Zarrar (20/1), Island Jungle (22/1), Champ Ayr (33/1)
- Sir Prize
- Gold Arch
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