18:45 Musselburgh Sat 14 September 2019
Progressive type won over C&D earlier in the campaign and after back-to-back seconds at Wolverhampton coming into this he looks sure to make another bold bid.
Gets 1lb back but has looked at the handicapper's mercy since winning at Chelmsford in July so remains one who looks too high in the ratings.
0-11 for this yard although second four times. Fourth at Sandown latest but again not beaten far and majority of evidence suggests him a sound each-way investment again here.
7f winner here earlier this season remains quite lightly raced and is upped in trip now after another good 7f effort here latest. Perhaps extra 2f can eek out improvement so commands respect.
Maiden of 15 now but is pretty consistent on the whole and latest fourth of 12 over 1m2f at Newcastle another solid effort. Decent place claims but tough spot to finally get off the mark.
Won four times in stellar 2019 campaign and seeking a four-timer here after successfully adapting to this longer trip at Carlisle latest. Handicapper keeps upping the ante but the filly is sure to make a bold bid.
1m½f Beverley win latest her second win at the course she has done most of her racing in 2019. Seems to remain on the up and is consistent so will have plenty of each-way supporters here.
Won twice at Wolverhampton in the winter but lost his way completely and after five consecutive poor efforts he is hard to fancy despite the recent stable change.
Bought for €12,000 in July 2019 as a six-race maiden out of France. Placed in spring good ground claimers for J-C Rouget at Libourne (1m1f) and Longchamp (1m2f+). Market may guide.
Haydock winner in May looked a difficult ride on several occasions and for different reasons since with slow starts basically a fixture. Capable if everything falls into place at the right time.
Won twice at Beverley this season and just touched off there latest. Form elsewhere less compelling but can't hold that against him here given it will be his first course outing and he therefore must be considered,
Handicap debutante showed more in two starts at Dundalk for Mick Halford than she did on stable bow at Pontefract latest. Market support would be interesting.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Rose Tinted Spirit||3||8-6||15/2||Full Result|
|T: Karen McLintockJ: Jamie Gormley|
Cape Victory (7/2), Ginger Fox (4/1), Langholm (7/1), Northern Lyte (7/1), Gometra Ginty (17/2), Kermouster (17/2), Lightning Attack (17/2), Battle Of Waterloo (11/1), Highwaygrey (20/1), Beethoven's Gal (22/1), Exchequer (33/1), Liberation Day (66/1)
- Cape Victory
- Gometra Ginty
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