15:00 Redcar Tue 17 September 2019
Picked up his second win of his career on turf when he scored at Doncaster (7f) three starts back. Has fared well in two runs since then, including latest at Doncaster (6f) where he was second of 16, beaten a neck. Leading player again.
Recorded back-to-back wins earlier this year at Nottingham (1m½f) and Wetherby (7f) respectively. Could only finish sixth of eight last time at Catterick (7f). Down 1lb for this latest attempt where he has run well off this mark before.
A C&D winner here in 2018. Did prevail earlier this campaign when he was successful at Carlisle (1m). Recent form has been disappointing, including latest at Thirsk (7f) where he was 10th of 14. Has to be respected off this latest mark.
His sole success came at Cork (7f) in May 2018 in what was just his second start. Featured for his new yard for the first time on his latest appearance at Thirsk where he could only finish eighth of 14. Has been eased 3lb. Others appeal more.
Is 0-7 on turf but he has won on the AW. Has struggled in handicap company this season so far, including on his latest attempt at Leicester where he had one horse behind him in a six runner field. Others are preferred despite drop in weights.
Was successful on the AW at Newcastle (5f) back in April. Was not far away last time when she finished fifth of 16 at Thirsk (6f), beaten by 1¾L. Is now off a 1lb lower mark which will help. One to think about.
Finished second of eight at Lingfield (7f) on the AW two runs ago, beaten 1¾L. Was last of 12 on his latest outing though at Kempton (1m) on the Polytrack. Returns to turf but his form needs to improve. Others are preferred.
Scored for the first time in a maiden on his latest start at Brighton (7f) where he justified strong market support to prevail as the 8/11 favourite. Returns to handicap company here where he is one to consider.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Roger FellJ: Paula Muir|
Athollblair Boy (11/8), Tadaawol (4/1), So Macho (6/1), Saisons D'Or (15/2), Oriental Lilly (11/1), Jewel Maker (16/1), Indian Sounds (28/1), Daafr (28/1)
- Athollblair Boy
- So Macho
- Saisons D'Or
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