20:00 Kempton Mon 16 September 2019
No win since May 2016 turf success at Salisbury (6f, good). Went close over C&D last November (rated 64) but hasn't beaten a rival home in two turf runs this year.
Pops up every now and again, most recently winning at Wolverhampton (1m½f) in March off this rating. Can be a hit and miss character but previous course winner and on a fair mark if turning up in the right mood.
Best of his efforts so far came last year over a mile here for Clive Cox, but yet to hit the frame in seven starts. Recent evidence less encouraging and best watched at the moment.
Yet to win a race on the AW (was awarded Chelmsford handicap last December having finished second). Beaten 10L recently at that venue on first start for this handler. Has work to do.
Scored at Chelmsford over 7f earlier in the year, taking advantage of low rating and rider's claim. Form since in handicaps doesn't suggests another win is looming (1-22 record).
1-31 career record, placed eight times on AW surfaces without a win. Another solid effort in third at Wolverhampton over extended-mile recently. Entitled to be in the mix again on that showing from 1lb higher.
Unplaced maiden after 14 starts, though did show definite promise over C&D in February and returns to this venue having dropped 5lb in ratings. Has to find form to take advantage.
Filly wasn't able to open account in five runs for Marco Botti and rarely looked like doing so in truth. Drops in weights and gets a first-time tongue-tie now starting out for new trainer. Watch betting for more.
Winner of Class 7 event at Lingfield last month over 7f on second run for this trainer, all three career successes coming at that track now. Hard to place a great deal of faith having been well beaten since.
No win and just the one place to show for his nine efforts so far with best run coming in March over C&D. Blinkers applied for the first time here and not without a chance from this 7lb lower rating.
Took a big step forward when going very close in Yarmouth maiden handicap over this grip (good to firm) on penultimate start. Ran a stinker back there last month however and as many questions as answers again for now.
Back-to-back wins over 6f in the spring at Chelmsford and Wolverhampton, form has tailed off alarmingly more recently and all to prove despite current marking being very workable.
Long-standing maiden (19 runs), placed on his last two and generally holding form this season, but seems likeliest to break his duck over 6f as opposed to this trip.
2-39 career record, wins coming in quick spell last summer (both over 7f on turf at Lingfield). Went close over a mile here in late 2017. Not crossed having run some useful races his season.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Soar Above||3||9-2||14/1||Full Result|
|T: J ButlerJ: Tim Clark|
Sea Shack (11/2), Es Que Magic (6/1), Holy Tiber (13/2), Rock In Society (15/2), Prince Rock (8/1), Three C's (8/1), Bidding War (8/1), Ubla (14/1), Impressionable (20/1), Flying Sakhee (25/1), Mystical Moon (25/1), Picket Line (28/1), Secret Treaties (33/1), Dyagilev (33/1)
- Es Que Magic
- Flying Sakhee
- Sea Shack
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