16:50 Yarmouth Thu 19 September 2019
Inconsistent this campaign but back to form when dropped back to this grade for a second at Salisbury. On a good mark so no reason he can't be involved again if backing the performance up.
Won a good handicap off 4lb lower at Newmarket in July and not disgraced in three strong races since. Infrequent winner but well up to being involved again in this suitable company.
9lb higher than his Bath win in July on very fast ground and he seems best suited by those conditions as shown by his latest two narrow defeats. Still improving and drying ground would bring him into the argument.
Made all on his last three starts to land a fast ground hat-trick. Up 8lb and in grade following a clear career best but he should be up to this mark based on his progressive profile. Should make a bold bid.
Three wins from 31 turf starts with the last coming in 2015. Racing to a consistent level this campaign which suggest he's likely to find at least a couple too good once again.
Inconsistent for in five starts for this stable since leaving Godolphin. Down 2lb following a well beaten last behind Yimou last time and others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J R FanshaweJ: Oisin Murphy|
Yimou (5/4), Tinto (9/2), Kinks (5/1), Ice Age (13/2), Polybius (7/1), Swiss Knight (14/1)
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