17:10 Stratford Sat 19 October 2019
Maiden after seven starts and finished a well beaten 48L ninth over 2m5f at Warwick (good) in May on his most recent start. More needed on his return from a break.
In good form on the Flat since joining this stable and completed a double when winning by 2L at Wolverhampton (1m6f) at the end of August. One to note on his return to hurdling.
Well held in two starts earlier this year including when beaten 89L at Chepstow (good-to-soft) in March. Drops in trip here and blinkers worn for the first time that day are absent.
19 race maiden was beaten 1¾L when third of six over an extended 2m4f at Southwell (soft) earlier this month. Races off the same mark here and is one for the shortlist with blinkers tried for the first time.
12 race maiden was beaten 23L when ninth at Uttoxeter (2m, soft) when returning from a break earlier this month. Others hold stronger claims.
Decent efforts in two starts since winning over an extended 1m7f at Southwell (good) early last month. Beaten 13L when third at Sedgefield (2m1f, soft) last time out and is of interest once more.
Maiden after eight starts but ran well when 10L fourth over 2m2f at Kelso (good) a month ago. Promising amateur booked to ride racing off a 2lb lower mark on this occasion.
17 race maiden finished well beaten over 2m at Uttoxeter (good) last time out. Blinkers tried for the first time racing from out of the handicap in this event.
Last Year's Winner
|T: N B KingJ: Bryony Frost|
Jaxlight (5/2), Percy Prosecco (5/2), Don Juan Du Gouet (11/2), Jessica Rabbit (13/2), Superefficient (8/1), Mr Fitzroy (12/1), Last Chance Paddy (14/1), Oskemen (14/1), Missesgeejay (33/1)
- Percy Prosecco
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