17:10 Yarmouth Tue 17 September 2019
Suited by a sharp test, and got right back to form when winning over Epsom's downhill 5f last time. Should continue in form, although the extra yardage here is not in her favour.
Better on AW than turf these days, and while he's on a fair mark at present, recent efforts have left a fair bit to be desired, including when twelfth of 15 to Texting at Ascot last time.
Won twice last year, and has become well treated after a few modest efforts earlier in the year. Stepped up when a good neck second of 9 to Harry Hurricane at Windsor last time, though, and poised to take advantage of reduced mark.
Below form, and rather disappointing, when behind Excellent George in the race won by Harry Hurricane at Windsor last time, but has subsequently dropped back to the mark off which he won at Bath in June, and respected on that basis.
Had Foxy Forever behind when winning at Newmarket on his penultimate start, and that race has thrown up winners. Blew the start and met trouble when well beaten at Doncaster last time, and harsh to judge him on that effort.
Knocking at the door prior to winning 16-runner (grey horse) handicap at Newmarket, but no excuses when sixth of 16 to East Street Revue at Thirsk last time, and seems a little high in the weights on balance.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Queen Of Desire||3||9-5||13/2||Full Result|
|T: R VarianJ: Jack Mitchell|
Han Solo Berger (13/8), Merry Banter (7/2), Excellent George (9/2), Foxy Forever (6/1), Case Key (15/2), Moonraker (9/1)
- Excellent George
- Han Solo Berger
- Merry Banter
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