18:00 Kempton Tue 15 October 2019
Progressive gelding has never finished outside the first two, winning the last twice. Course debut but unbeaten on the AW and ran on in good style following gelding operation latest, winning in a good time. Has more to offer.
Placed in a novice over this C&D latest and proving a consistent performer to date. On a reasonable mark and should be competitive back in handicap company although others likely open to more progress.
Ran well enough here on debut and has proven a consistent performer of late which includes two wins and two seconds from his last four starts, showing some progress in the process. Likely to go well again.
Doncaster maiden winner continues to race to a consistent standard in handicap company. Career-best came on sole AW run at Newcastle and potentially well handicapped in this sphere. Leading contender,
Still 1lb higher than breakthrough Newbury win and well below that in three disappointing runs since. Likely best watched for now.
Inconsistent performer in six starts to date and ran poorly at Yarmouth following breakthrough win. Struggled on sole previous visit here so others preferred.
Breakthrough win at Chelmsford over this trip in August and has run to a similar standard in two close up efforts at the same track since. Can go well again if transferring the form to this track.
Highly progressive in three starts to date culminating in a win at Goodwood in August. Win was backed up by a fast time and showed good battling qualities in the process. On a perfectly decent opening mark and a leading hope on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Mrs A J PerrettJ: R Havlin|
X Force (11/4), St Ives (4/1), Predictable Tully (9/2), Audio (8/1), Glamorous Anna (9/1), Epsom Faithfull (16/1), Champagne Supanova (20/1), Fantom Force (25/1), Port Winston (50/1)
- Epsom Faithfull
- X Force
- St Ives
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