14:10 Windsor Mon 7 October 2019
Handicap debutante who finished a fair second to an above-average newcomer at Doncaster last time (7f, good/firm). Looks like the type to do better as a 3yo but should have enough to offer to make his presence felt in this sphere.
Lingfield nursery winner (7f, good/firm) who has since failed to win but did well when upped to this trip at Ayr last time in better company (best of those held up). Looks up to defying this sort of mark if he can handle conditions.
Well held last time (first-time cheekpieces) as he returned from a wind op having previously looked a quirky sort. Looked far from straightforward last time steps up significantly in trip (most form at 6f) making his handicap debut, limited appeal.
Didn't quite hit the mark last time but his prior two starts (one on soft) showed that he had ability and would be of interest in this sphere. Related to a couple of useful sorts he's not overburdened here on balance; one for the shortlist.
Made some steady improvement in three runs so far without looking as though he was going to burst into life anytime soon. Makes his handicap debut, should progress further without really looking a threat to the main players in this.
Yet to match his debut promise having run to a fair level over 6f at Haydock on that occasion; well below form last time. Steps up in trip for his handicap debut on the worst ground that he will have faced, others preferred at this stage.
Found plenty of improvement in first-time cheekpieces last time easily bettering the level of performance he had shown in his first two starts. Did enough in that 7f Redcar maiden to think that he could be an influence in handicaps in the near future
Just out of the handicap with a visor reached for after turning in a lacklustre display on his first handicap start. Had looked rather lazy on that occasion; may do better now he's in headgear over a longer trip, still faces a stiff task.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Divine Gift||2||9-2||11/2||Full Result|
|T: C FellowesJ: S Donohoe|
Wild Hero (11/4), Talap (7/2), Sir Arthur Dayne (9/2), Arabian Moon (9/2), Three Fans (15/2), Rocket Dancer (11/1), Jim 'n' Tomic (25/1), Party Potential (50/1)
- Rocket Dancer
- Arabian Moon
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