17:00 Kempton Fri 29 November 2019
Experienced filly who landed a double at Chelmsford (both 1m, Polytrack) back in September. Up in the weights as a result and seems in the grip of the handicapper, who is not relenting due to her consistency in defeat.
Maiden whose best effort came when second at Epsom in September. Well beaten here last week (7f), beating only one rival home in the process. Blinkers now added and will need to have a dramatic effect for her to get involved.
Well held in his three runs to date, most recently when fifth of eight at Lingfield (7f, Polyrack) last time, beaten 13L. This is easier now switching to handicaps and the longer trip will suit on pedigree.
Another who is handicapping after three run qualifying runs, the best of which was over C&D back in October. Only beaten 4L that day and showed something to work with and has to be considered against lesser opposition.
Showed a modicum of ability in three outings (6f/7f) on turf. Up to 1m for handicap debut here, her opening mark looks a tad high on what she's actually achieved and will need to improve to break her duck.
Third runner for rookie trainer. Appreciated the drop into a seller when winning at Leicester (7f) three starts ago but has struggled off similar marks in three handicap runs. Cheekpieces added and will need to eke out improvement.
Wore cheekpieces last time in a fairly hot maiden here (7f) which have been discarded. Well beaten in all three starts and, whilst the step back up to 1m will suit, others are preferred on his form to date.
Showed promise on debut at Chelmsford (7f, Polytrack) in August when finishing third but her form has been regressive since then and others are preferred as a result.
Didn't show a great deal in four starts for Robert Cowell and that didn't improve on her stable debut here (6f) last week, beaten 14L and trailing home second last. Others have stronger credentials.
Son of Henrythenavigator, well held in six runs so far, including handicaps here (7f/1m) and at Chelmsford (1m). Didn't improve for the application of cheekpieces last time (discarded today) and would be a surprise winner.
Showed some ability last time over C&D, her first try over 1m, finishing fifth from the off the pace after not getting a clear run. Her previous runs hadn't been all that inspiring and needs to build on her latest effort.
Has shown very little in four runs (all 6f), including when making her handicap debut here 24 days ago. Steps up to 1m for the first time but hard make a case for on what we've seen so far.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H PalmerJ: Jack Mitchell|
Siberian Night (7/2), Luna Wish (9/2), On The Right Track (11/2), Sea of Cool (11/2), Broughtons Compass (6/1), Bee Able (13/2), Twittering (8/1), Ask Siri (16/1), Looks Good (16/1), Moondance (20/1), Annie Quickstep (25/1), Power Of Love (25/1), Penny Diamond (50/1), Love Not Money (66/1)
- Bee Able
- Luna Wish
- Sea of Cool
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