16:45 Chelmsford City Sat 11 January 2020
Fairyhouse 6f maiden winner for Dermot Weld in 2018. Three runs for this yard so far, improving with each of them and going down narrowly at Southwell (7f) off this mark six days ago. Still lightly raced and could be tough beat from the front.
Dual turf winner over 7f last year and has won on the AW before. Generally in good form since his last win until disappointing last time over C&D, weakening late on to be beaten 4½L into fifth. Handicapped to go well if bouncing back.
Won at Lingfield (7f) in August off 4lb lower and has held form well since then in defeat. Not beaten far the last twice against her own sex at the same venue but more is required back against the boys here. First-time visor on.
Off the mark at the third of asking for William Haggas when winning at Beverley (7½f) in May. Hasn't matched that in three runs since, two for this yard. Dropped another 4lb and sure to come good at some point; keep an eye on the betting.
Landed a Kempton (6f/7f) double in July but the handicapper seemingly in charge since then. Picked up some late pieces but ultimately well beaten at Wolverhampton (7f) last time and likely to fall short again.
Four-time course winner who was out of sorts until finishing sixth of 16 over 7f here four weeks ago, beaten 3¾L. Needs to build on that again here but this is a stronger race.
Last Year's Winner
Asdaa (6/4), Visionara (4/1), Swift Approval (4/1), Harbour Vision (5/1), Soar Above (9/1), Kodiac Pride (16/1)
- Swift Approval
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