18:30 Kempton Wed 11 September 2019
All three wins have come here over 6f-1m, latest in November off a mark 5lb higher than this one. Has gone close a couple of times on turf since July visit here and on an appealing mark now.
6f winner around here in January and went close over C&D in May, hasn't threatened either turf start since, though may have had excuses. Better showing likely back at this venue.
Winner over this trip at Wolverhampton in January and second-best a month later at Lingfield from 7lb higher in Class 4 contest. Lost his way completely since and very hard to be positive on his chance in current mood.
Won a Salisbury maiden (6f) for Paul Cole in July 2018 on second start, hasn't threatened to add to his tally in five starts since in a truncated career. Others preferred on first start for latest handler.
Takes another drop in grade and the handicapper offers him a helping hand with another 5lb off his back but quite simply he looks out of love with racing at present and is showing very little enthusiasm.
Landed a 6f Newcastle novice at odds of 80-1 on debut last year for Mick Easterby, couldn't add to that in five runs this year with Charlie Fellowes and really needs the change of scenery to perk his ideas up now.
Six-race maiden, shaped well enough in low-grade Yarmouth handicap over 6f in July (third). 3lb higher here, has run well on this track before and may go well if first-time cheekpieces have a positive effect.
Slade Power gelding who cost €110,000 and improved on third start recently to be second in 6f maiden at this track, doing best late on. Should be suited by this trip on handicap bow and one to pay close attention.
Improving with each run since early summer break, backing up solid run over a mile here with Lingfield win over this journey last month. Up in the weights and more on his plate now.
Nine-year-old has gained majority of six wins in low-grade affairs on AW tracks, latest being a seller at Lingfield over 7f in December. Couple of heavy defeats last month over a mile here and at Southwell (6f) since returning. Others preferred.
Seven-race maiden, struggling so far in handicaps. Mark is dropping quickly and did previously show some promise in maiden/novice contests at this track. Needs to improve markedly however.
Still waiting for that first win after seven runs, made the frame over this trip at Wolverhampton in July, 3lb lower now but will need to take a step forward to improve on that showing.
Experienced five-year-old with seven wins and 12 placed efforts from 43 starts on AW surfaces. Went close over C&D in the spring and best effort since when denied ¾L in third at Wolverhampton over this trip in July from this mark. Chance.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J M P EustaceJ: L Morris|
Mochalov (3/1), Roman Spinner (4/1), Gavi Di Gavi (7/1), Papa Delta (7/1), Jack Berry House (9/1), Tulloona (9/1), Viola Park (11/1), Turn To Rock (12/1), Little Palaver (16/1), Walkman (16/1), Albishr (20/1), Intricate (25/1), Inaam (33/1), Declamation (40/1)
- Viola Park
- Roman Spinner
- Turn To Rock
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