16:30 Carlisle Wed 11 September 2019
Gained back-to-back wins this summer over this C&D and then at Pontefract. Remains 4lb higher and has performed a fair bit below that level in three starts since. May be best waiting for a further drop to a grade lower.
Arrives 4lb higher and on a hat-trick following wins over 7f at Ascot and then this C&D. His latest win was a clear career-best so it's hard to rule out him defying this new mark. Likely contender.
In good and consistent form on his last four starts and followed a heavy ground Haydock win with a decent fourth in a grade higher at Ripon. Likely to go well again although rain would be a definite positive.
Rattled off a hat-trick prior to a well below par effort at Newmarket. Possibly didn't handle the track and much better third at Pontefract latest. Remains lightly raced and progressive and can be competitive.
In good form with two wins, including over this C&D, either side of a second. Up another 3lb and grade but he's on a sharp upward curve for a stable in form. Unraced prior to this season and has plenty more to offer.
Won a novice for Charlie Hills and has been running to a similar level in three solid handicap efforts for new yard. Capable although question whether this step up in distance is what is required.
Yet to add to last season's Ayr novice win and he's been inconsistent in five starts this campaign. Falling in the handicap but hasn't been seeing 7f out as though he'll be favoured by the extra test of stamina.
Has really kicked on in three fine starts for new yard with back-to-back successes followed by a narrow defeat. Extra furlong should now suit and he may find the progress to handle this sharp step up in class.
Last Year's Winner
|9||London Protocol||5||9-1||16/1||Full Result|
|T: K R BurkeJ: Jonathan Fisher|
Harvey Dent (7/2), Alotabottle (4/1), Redarna (4/1), Mikmak (5/1), Nubough (8/1), Fuente (9/1), Global Gift (12/1), Helovaplan (12/1), Rousayan (16/1)
- Harvey Dent
- Global Gift
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