20:00 Kempton Tue 15 October 2019
One-time Aidan O'Brien inmate but out of sorts with this stable so far; handicap mark is plummeting but will need to do plenty more to get on the board.
Showed some improvement on each of his first three starts but proved disappointing on handicap debut over this C&D. Down in grade and 3lb but others look stronger candidates.
Sole win from 20 starts came over this C&D off just 1lb higher. Proving to be a consistent performer without winning and likely to be competitive once again.
Both wins have come on the AW including over this C&D. On a competitive mark at present and not beaten far the last twice. One for the shortlist.
10-race maiden proved inconsistent in seven starts for Ian Williams after leaving Richard Hannon. New trainer does well with imports and while he needs to bounce back to form, market support would be interesting.
Gained an overdue first success at Lingfield in August and has raced to a similar level in three starts since. Capable of going well again but failed to fire on sole previous run here.
Seven-race maiden racing to a consistent standard and now dropped 2lb with cheekpieces added. On a good mark and kept on off a slow pace latest as though he has more to offer at this trip.
Course debut but well suited by an AW surface. Back on last winning mark but has returned from a break with two poor efforts. Others preferred.
Five-race maiden finished second in a novice contest on his third start but form has gone backwards in two handicap runs so far. Others look more convincing.
Ran on for breakthrough win in a decent time over 7f here on stable debut last time. Up 3lb and headgear added but should be suited by extra furlong and be involved once again.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Connemera Queen||5||9-7||11/4||Full Result|
|T: J ButlerJ: David Egan|
Cashel (3/1), Annexation (4/1), Brains (4/1), The Warrior (9/2), Takeonefortheteam (5/1), Cauthen (7/1), Glamorous Crescent (10/1), God Has Given (11/1), Ketchup (14/1), Reasoned (14/1), Havana Sunset (20/1), Jupiter (25/1), Rifft (25/1), Medici Moon (33/1)
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