14:50 Sandown Fri 13 September 2019
Experienced gelding who once again over the extended 5f trip at Bath last time. He has been running consistently well all year. He is now off a 4lb higher mark, however, he remains a leading contender.
Scored on the AW earlier this year and has since gone close on a number of occasions on turf, including on his latest attempt at Windsor (5f) where he was 1½L away in fourth place of eight. Has each-way claims here.
A C&D winner here three starts ago. Was then third of six at Windsor (5f), while last time he came home at the rear of the field in an eight runner contest over this C&D. Needs to bounce back from latest attempt but has been eased 1lb.
Scored for the first time this season on her latest appearance at Yarmouth over this distance. Has gone up 3lb in the weights but she was rated much higher earlier in her career. Big player to follow up.
Won over this C&D last time, scoring by ¾L after making all from a wide draw in what was his third success of his career. Has gone up 4lb the weights, however, he has run well off this mark before. One for the shortlist.
Broke his maiden at Lingfield (6f) three starts ago by 3L. Has failed to follow that up in two attempts since then where he has been expensive to follow, including latest at Salisbury (5f) where he was fifth of seven. Needs to bounce back.
Scored at Windsor (6f) three runs ago. Has failed to add to that in two runs since then. She was last of five on her latest appearance at Goodwood (6f). Needs to improve on recent form, therefore, others make more of an appeal.
A C&D winner but is on a long losing stretch which goes back to April 2018. Has not come close to returning to winning ways this year. He had just one horse behind him last time at Bath (5f) in a 15 runner field. Hard to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A BaileyJ: Joey Haynes|
Our Oystercatcher (9/4), Rewaayat (7/2), Indian Raj (7/2), King Robert (13/2), Union Rose (9/1), Joegogo (10/1), Dr Doro (12/1), Kodiac Express (12/1), Bahamian Sunrise (16/1), Wotadoll (16/1)
- Dr Doro
- Union Rose
- Indian Raj
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