15:10 Ffos Las Sun 15 September 2019
All three wins came on the AW at Lingfield early this year. Not as good on turf but ran her best race over 7f when second last time. Down in grade and a clear challenger.
Without a turf win since 2016 despite much reduced mark. Struggled in three starts this year and hard to make a strong case for.
Progressive four-race maiden and an unlucky third on the AW at Wolverhampton latest. Likely challenger if able to transfer the form to this different surface.
Racing off a much reduced mark since career win number 10 in May 2018. Has really struggled in his last three starts and others remain more convincing.
Irish raider has gone close to success on three occasions already this season and well suited by these conditions. On a long losing run and an infrequent winner but highly likely to be involved.
Holding his form well of late and finally gained an overdue breakthrough win at Lingfield before matching the form when third at Chepstow. Hard to see him being far away once again.
Three-time winner has fallen to a very good mark but struggling to find her form of late including in a seller latest. Better suited by quicker conditions.
4lb higher than her sole win at her regular track of Chepstow and ran to a similar level when third at Bath latest. Best suited by very fast conditions and could falter if the ground stays soft.
Nine-race maiden is falling to a very attractive mark based on her best form but that's come on better ground and she'd need to improve a bit on her latest two efforts.
Former course winner gained a third career success when scoring over this trip at Chepstow. 3lb rise isn't a concern and a likely challenger, however she would prefer drying ground.
Yet to make an impression in three starts so far and while her stable are in very good form, she'd need to make a big step up on handicap debut.
Yet to add to sole success for Richard Fahey last year. Worth this drop in trip and is well handicapped but proving a touch hard to predict.
Without a win since 2017 and all three successes coming then at 5f. Continues to perform below par this campaign and others preferred.
Eight-race maiden proved inconsistent in Ireland and struggled on recent stable debut at Chelmsford. Hard to be confident in off the back of that performance.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: W J MartinJ: R Havlin|
Captain Sedgwick (3/1), Midnitemudcrabs (9/2), Jupiter (6/1), Mabo (8/1), Outer Space (9/1), Lonicera (10/1), Vipin (12/1), First Link (12/1), Stoneyford Lane (16/1), Force Of Cashen (16/1), Glamorous Crescent (20/1), Satchville Flyer (28/1), Skating Away (50/1), Mooroverthebridge (50/1)
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