18:40 Southwell Thu 7 November 2019
Has yet to win a race and carries unimpressive Fibresand form figures into this contest. Ran as well as can be expected over 7f (a trip that appears to suit) last time; now reverts to 6f and Fibresand which limits her chance.
Joined a good stable having been lightly-raced in Ireland; yet to win a race; tried over various trips, returns on a new surface from a significant absence. Pedigree doesn't scream that he should be able to act here; note any positive market vibes.
Just three start to his name so far and no experience of this surface in that trio of outings. Back from a break having still looked short on experience last time; has less convictions that most and yard have done well here so far.
On a long losing streak having fallen 25lb since her last win back in July 2017 over 7f. Yet to experience this surface and comes here having shown some modest but in the context of this race creditable form of late; one of the more likely chances.
Official rating surely can't sink much lower with a string of efforts to his name that can only be described as poor. Showed nothing last time in a first-time tongue-tie, would be a major shock were he even to make the frame.
Five attempts on the Fibresand with a third place the best that he could manage although he did run well on turf at Catterick last time (got isolated from main field). Has won this year over 6f and despite his previous form here merits some considera
Blinkers on for the first time making his Fibresand debut having shown very little his year or before that (down the field in handicaps last two starts). Hard to think that he's going to make an impact even in this lowly company.
Ended a long losing run when awarded a race by the stewards at Chelmsford in April over 5f and has shown his usual inconsistent form since then. Well below form last time and now returns from a fair absence; has run well enough twice on Fibresand bef
Like a few in this races he's on a long losing run although he would have been better than many of these in the past. A dual C&D winner there are no fears about him on Fibresand as he returns from a wind op; should play a part if ready after an absen
Long-standing maiden who comes here off some moderate starts having been well beaten on heavy ground at Yarmouth last time. Blinkers are now reached for but those would need to make a significant difference; limited appeal.
One of two runners in this race for the yard both having raced off higher marks in the past and he shaped as though he was back in form last time over 5f here. Gives the impression he's as capable over 6f; has a fair chance on the pick of his form.
Modest handicapper who at least does have a win to her name this year; taking a 5f handicap at Yarmouth in July. Regressed since then though with her latest start being particularly poor; hard to commit to her chance on the back of that performance.
Last Year's Winner
Baile Ghilibert (5/2), Groupie (4/1), Tadaany (6/1), Reshaan (15/2), Atwaar (10/1), I'll Be Good (10/1), Meshardal (10/1), Countess Matilda (14/1), Kyllukey (20/1), Cominginonmonday (22/1), Tilsworth Rose (28/1), Hellofagame (66/1), Jackman (66/1)
- I'll Be Good
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