15:35 Doncaster Wed 11 September 2019
Ripon winner three starts ago but a tad below that level in three starts since, including 5L third in 1m Redcar novice handicap. Still 3lb above last winning mark but may be suited to classified company.
Losing streak dates back to August 2018 and shown little to suggest he will be winning anytime soon. Latest effort at Sandown leaves a bit to be desired and others are preferred.
A useful handicapper in his prime but is yet to score this year. Beat only one home in Beverley claimer (7f) last time out and drastic improvement is required.
Useful AW performer who has failed to get his head in front on turf yet. Put up improving performance with narrow second at Leicester (1m) last time and every chance the application of cheekpieces could bring out further progression.
C&D winner in the spring but has been found out off career-high mark of late, including seventh at Kempton (1m) on latest start. Bounce back is required.
Has been in the grip of the handicapper of late but posted encouraging effort when fifth in 1m Leicester handicap in late August. Getting some respite now and holds claims at this weight.
Took advantage of low AW mark with narrow defeat in 1m handicap at Newcastle when last seen. Turf mark now looks reasonable and has the assistance of a former top jockey on board. Player.
Back on a reasonable handicap mark recently and made that count with game success in 1m Carlisle handicap in late August. Mark remains similar but weight in this contest doesn't favour him.
Scorer at Wolverhampton in June but hasn't replicated that off current mark. Fared better than the result suggested with 2L seventh at Redcar (7f) and may have more to offer now.
Last win came back in 2017 and hasn't been seen to good effect lately. Drops back in trip after latest fourth at Ripon (1m2f) but others make more appeal.
Took advantage of drop in the weights to land 7f Redcar handicap 18 days ago. That looked a weak contest on paper and improvement needed to land this off current weight.
1m1f handicap winner in July and has ran to his mark in two starts since, including 4L third in 1m1f Musselburgh handicap last time. On the shortlist and drop in trip should help.
Hasn't won since November 2017 but has run fairly the last twice, including third in 1m2f Yarmouth handicap in August. Back down in trip today and can't be totally dismissed for each-way places.
Yet to win this season but posting some solid efforts in defeat, including second in 1m Sandown handicap eight days ago. Headgear brought improvement that day and that's retained. Claims.
Narrow winner at Beverley on penultimate start and replicated that effort with good second at that track in 1m contest last time. Place claims if running to similar level.
Winner of weak Wolverhampton handicap in July but has been found wanting since. Latest 9L defeat at Musselburgh means others are readily preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Central City||3||10-11||10/1||Full Result|
|T: Ian WilliamsJ: Ted Durcan|
Hammer Gun (4/1), Dubai Acclaim (5/1), Flying Dragon (5/1), Kilbaha Lady (6/1), One To Go (13/2), Kannapolis (9/1), Windsor Cross (14/1), Whatwouldyouknow (16/1), Ascot Week (20/1), Valley of Fire (20/1), Poet's Pride (20/1), Elusive Heights (20/1), Placebo Effect (25/1), Destroyer (33/1), Sands Chorus (33/1), Dream Walker (50/1), Allux Boy (66/1)
- Flying Dragon
- One To Go
- Dubai Acclaim
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