18:20 Chelmsford City Thu 12 September 2019
Made all to score here over 5f in 2018. Went through a lean spell prior to a more satisfactory effort last time. Still has work to do at the weights as well as proving her effectiveness at this trip.
Winner on heavy ground as a juvenile and has gone close on her last two starts since headgear has been fitted. May not be the bravest, but she has been found a good opportunity here.
Justified part of his 150,000 gns price tag by taking a poor race at Yarmouth. Nevertheless, he destroyed his rivals in a good time and may be good enough to defy a 7lb higher mark.
Only win came in a walk over and he refused to race last time. Has had a ten week break since and it remains to be seen if he has mended his ways.
Won a poor race here over 5f during the winter and form has been mixed since. Went close at Yarmouth last time over 7f when she was outstayed by the winner. Two best runs have come off marks of 60 so improvement needed.
Showed a glimmer of progress coming back from a break in July over 6f at Wolverhampton, failed to capitalise on that effort; soundly beaten last two starts. Handed a good draw, but would need to show more spark to be of interest.
10-race maiden who has gone close in the wake of support on her last three outings. Looks destined for another big run under an in-demand 7lb claimer.
Inconsistent type with a chance on his best form. Mark continues to drop and there has been little to take from his last two starts, so hard to fancy from out of the weights.
Last Year's Winner
Across The Sea (9/4), Maid Millie (9/2), Invincible Larne (5/1), Painted Dream (5/1), Lovin (8/1), Di Matteo (8/1), Greybychoice (10/1), Sepahi (12/1), Such Promise (16/1)
- Di Matteo
- Maid Millie
- Invincible Larne
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