18:00 Chelmsford City Thu 28 November 2019
Won three times at up to extended 9f for Hugo Palmer. Absent 11 months prior to joining current yard. Needs to show more sparkle before any faith is placed in him.
Course winner that has won over the trip. Running into form right now following a couple of solid runs here and when beaten a short-head at Newcastle over a similar trip earlier this month. No surprise to witness a big run once again.
Running well in defeat in a couple of starts at Kempton since returning to action earlier this month. Winner of five of his 19 starts over C&D and holds strong place claims here.
Three-time winner on an AW surface but well beaten and no impression on sole start at this venue in February 2018. May find this tough.
Running with credit in a number of starts over the summer but has finished down the field in a couple of AW starts last month at Wolverhampton and more recently at this venue over 1m2f. Needs a few to falter.
80-rated handicapper for trainer Roger Varian winning one of his ten career starts. Ran with credit on first start for new yard at Kempton earlier this month. Needs first-time visor to have a positive effect.
Plenty to like about her first couple of starts for current yard since the Rajsaman filly switched from France. Possibly best watched stepping up in trip unless market vibes suggest otherwise.
Both career wins have come over C&D, the most recent of which was off a similar mark in January. Likely to make a bold bid following a solid run at the end of last month.
Second of seven over 1m in a Newcastle classified contest last month running First Response to a neck. Generally holding his form well since May and merits plenty of respect here.
Off the mark for connections at the sixth time of asking when winning a novice contest over C&D late last month. More progress possible and not to be taken lightly.
Eight-race maiden who has been sending out mixed messages in a number of starts since June for trainer Joseph Murphy in Ireland. Market likely to be the best guide on first start for new connections.
Six-race maiden. Form has deteriorated with each run since her Redcar second in May. Needs others to run below par to have a chance in this contest on AW debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S C WilliamsJ: S M Levey|
Cote d'Azur (10/3), Lethal Missile (4/1), Samphire Coast (6/1), Geizy Teizy (6/1), Peruvian Lily (6/1), Philamundo (7/1), Sezim (8/1), Global Art (10/1), Directory (14/1), Extrodinair (14/1), Reponse Exacte (20/1), Royal Welcome (25/1), Star Archer (33/1)
- Cote d'Azur
- Geizy Teizy
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