16:00 Lingfield Sat 14 September 2019
Has a good strike-rate on the AW but is 0-9 on turf. His latest outing came at Chelmsford (7f) on the Polytrack where he came home fourth of eight. Visor is on for the first time and is down 2lb in the weights to a mark he has to be respected off.
Scored for the fourth time in his career three starts back at Catterick over this distance. Has struggled on his last two runs though, including latest at Chepstow (7f) where he was last of seven runners. Needs to bounce back.
Was successful on the second start of his career at Pontefract over 6f. He made her handicap debut last time at Redcar (1m) where he was third of six. Has since been gelded. Likely to produce much more now. Big player.
Scored on the AW at this track earlier this year over 7f but has been unable to add to that since then. His form on turf in the campaign has been modest. He was fifth of 11 last time at Epsom (7f). Others are preferred.
Has been successful twice in his last four starts. He scored over 6f at Chepstow but then came home fifth of six over that same C&D on his latest appearance when going off as the 11/4 joint-favourite. Up in trip. Worth consideration.
Picked up her second win of the season at this track two starts ago when she prevailed over 7f. Could only finish ninth on his latest appearance Epsom (7f). Remains off the same so she needs to find more here.
Scored over this C&D back in June. He then followed it up with success at Newmarket over the same distance. Had just one horse behind him last time in a seven runner field over this C&D after going off as the 11/10 favourite. Has to be respected.
Last Year's Winner
Reloaded (5/2), Maksab (7/2), Fighting Temeraire (4/1), Gambon (6/1), Kachumba (7/1), I Am A Dreamer (10/1), Global Tango (16/1)
- Fighting Temeraire
- Global Tango
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