20:00 Kempton Wed 11 September 2019
Inconsistent sort. Virtually pulled up on latest start at Goodwood (1m3f, good to soft) in June. Something looked amiss that day and hasn't been seen since. Best watched on comeback.
Filly with a couple of wins in 16 starts, most recently in January at Wolverhampton (1m1½f). She wasn't beaten far over this C&D in November (only run here) and is rated 1lb lower this evening.
Mile winner here in May 2018 for Charlie Fellowes, began with three promising runs at Wolverhampton and Chelmsford over around 1m2f for this trainer in the spring but gone the wrong way in three starts since; something to prove now.
Showed little in Ireland in three runs but defied 237-day absence to making winning stable/handicap debut at Wolverhampton (1m1½f) in January off mark of 65. Mixed bag since still rated 1lb higher.
10-race maiden, came close twice last year on AW for previous handler, including over C&D from 4lb higher. Poor on turf when last spotted in June but could better here and first-time cheekpieces may assist.
Both career wins (2-24) have come on artificial surfaces (including over a mile here in April last year). Hasn't threatened this summer in three turf runs but not badly treated back on AW and capable of getting this trip.
Two quick wins here last winter, including over C&D, came in Class 6 company. Capable of defying this mark, sports first-time cheekpieces and likely to be much fitter for last month's comeback/stable bow. Watch betting.
Handicap mark looks high enough for what he achieved in three qualifying runs and last month's handicap debut at Bath (1m2f, good; 7-2f). Eased 2lb now and sort to do better, though may need more time.
Dual Fibresand winner at Southwell over the mile, but record elsewhere less compelling and has struggled in both runs at this venue. Also has stamina to prove in this race.
Flat winner as a three-year-old in France, has made fairly modest impression as a jumper on these shores and most recently beaten 6½L in Wolverhampton claimer. Blinkers are tried now.
Lone career win was over 7f at Dundalk almost two years ago (1-15 now). Has shown promise on more than one occasion this year, including when tackling 1m2f for the first time at Nottingham last month. Not crossed off from decreasing mark.
12-race maiden, began this season with some promise but has failed to progress and isn't showing any strong signs he will take advantage of reduced rating. Opposable.
Made some late progress over 1m2f at Chelmsford 18 days ago on first attempt at the trip and first run since being gelded. Eased 1lb and might be capable of offering more in this.
One success in 31 attempts is far from promising but it did arrive over C&D and he's far from exposed over this trip. Regular place-getter, on previous win-mark and should give his running.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Moving Forward||3||9-4||11/4||Full Result|
|T: S bin SuroorJ: Jason Watson|
Kingdom Of Dubai (7/2), Perfect Refuge (5/1), Militry Decoration (15/2), Gallatin (8/1), Glory (9/1), Give Him Time (11/1), Manfadh (14/1), Pilot Wings (14/1), Topology (16/1), Settle Petal (16/1), Paco's Prince (16/1), Love Your Work (25/1), By Rail (33/1), Zarrar (50/1)
- Kingdom Of Dubai
- Perfect Refuge
- Settle Petal
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