15:30 Ayr Thu 19 September 2019
Won Chester's Huxley Stakes for the second year running in May but two below par efforts at York since, including last of six in Group Three Strensall Stakes in August. capable of better but this is tough giving weight all round.
Put in vastly improved effort from comeback run when 4L fourth against the smart Fox Tal at Doncaster (1m2f, good to firm) last week. Big chance if continuing to find best form once again.
Winner of two valuable handicaps at York this summer, including narrow victory at the Ebor meeting (1m) on latest start. Ground should be fine and while career best is required he looks ready for the step up in class.
Shock winner of Pontefract Listed race in July and not disgraced since, most recently when fifth in strong-looking Sandown Group Three. May fall just short in open company but place claims nonetheless.
Solid second on comeback effort at Sandown in July before bombing out at York (1m2f) in July. Capable of better than that though and no surprise if she bounces back.
Listed winner as a juvenile and narrowly denied in the Fred Darling Stakes back in April. Hasn't progressed since that effort though and recent 9l defeat in French Group Three means she has something to find.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Dolphin Vista||5||9-3||14/1||Full Result|
|T: R M BeckettJ: D Tudhope|
What's The Story (15/8), Forest Ranger (3/1), Encapsulation (9/2), Big Country (7/1), Iconic Choice (8/1), Exhort (11/1), Four White Socks (12/1)
- What's The Story
- Big Country
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