19:00 Southwell Mon 21 October 2019
Last three wins have come at this track with her last two successes being over C&D. Didn't quite see it out here last time over a mile so drop back to this trip looks the right call. Should be thereabouts.
Twice a winner here over 6f in past. Hasn't shown much in three starts so far for current yard following a break and may need more help form the assessor before returning to winning ways.
4-36 and has been runnig well of late on turf. Makes AW debut and will be interesting to see how he copes with this new challenge. Yard ticking over nicely so well worth looking out for any market interest.
Three-time C&D winner including twice in September. Beaten favoruite here last two starts over a mile, but not disgraced. Remains 6lb higher than last winning mark but drop back in trip enhances his prospects.
C&D winner in August 2018 and finished well penultimate start when second here over 6f. Faded tamely here at this trip last time though so needs to bounce back under his regular 7lb claiming rider.
20-race ex-Irish maiden who has shown precious little in the way of worthwhile form since joining current handler in May last year. Very hard to fancy.
Irish raider who has yet to score in 15 previous attempts but makes debut for new handler here with top jockey booked. First run since April and equipped with first-time visor. Worth a glance for any market support but others make more appeal.
Shown precious little all starts to date and barely beaten a horse most outings. First-time blinkers and tongue-tie look desperate measures and she is impossible to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
Break The Silence (1/1), Bee Machine (4/1), Fly True (9/2), Suitcase 'n' Taxi (6/1), Declamation (16/1), Mojambo (25/1), Vicky Cristina (33/1), Longville Lilly (33/1), Ocean Spray (100/1)
- Suitcase 'n' Taxi
- Fly True
- Break The Silence
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