14:15 Epsom Downs Thu 12 September 2019
Has been running to his mark all season and rewarded for that consistency with long-awaited win in 1m Windsor handicap on latest start. Not penalised greatly for that effort and enters calculations.
Winner at Chepstow last summer but not in great form since. Latest 10L defeat in 7f handicap at that venue leaves a bit to be desired and returns from an absence in this. 5lb below last winning mark, however.
Proliflic winner last year but struggled in 2019 to date, including well-held eighth in 1m Windsor handicap last time out on yard debut. Offers little appeal on recent form.
Took advantage of reduced handicap mark to win Brighton handicap two starts ago before going down narrowly on stable debut in 1m2f handicap in the French Provinces. has a hefty hike in the weights to contend with.
Last win came all the way back in 2016 and generally regressed this season. Latest 10th of 11 at Newbury (1m2f, good to firm) suggests he's vulnerable to younger opponents.
Handicap mark has tumbled in recent times and took advantage of that with victory at Salisbury (1m, good) on latest start. Quickly turned out and dangerously remains on same mark for this.
Returns to mark which saw him win at Lingfield in February but floundering of late, including 14L last of seven in 1m Windsor handicap last month. Others appear to be in better form.
Falling down the weights but has been out of sorts for some time, as shown by latest 20L defeat in 7f Newbury handicap in June. Best left watched on current form.
Dual winner in the spring and showed good aptitude off current mark when third of seven in 1m Doncaster handicap in July. Hasn't been seen since and may prefer a faster surface but merits respect.
Steadily improving sine switching to this yard. Belatedly got off the mark with pleasing success at Lingfield (1m, standard) last time out. Still remains unexposed and yard are in good form at present.
Last Year's Winner
Thechildren'strust (6/4), Kingston Kurrajong (7/2), Pour La Victoire (6/1), La Sioux (7/1), Savitar (8/1), Bombastic (11/1), Canford's Joy (14/1), Sing Out Loud (16/1), Kenstone (16/1), Rakematiz (20/1), Balmoral Castle (25/1)
- La Sioux
- Pour La Victoire
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