Latest win at Windsor in September. Tenth of 14 in handicap at Lingfield (10f, AW, 50/1) 24 days ago. Down in trip. Makes tapeta debut.
Thirteen runs since last win in 2019. Below form second of 9 in handicap (11/8) at Leicester (7f, heavy) 27 days ago, no match for winner. Big player from same mark.
200/1, first run since leaving David Loughnane when respectable fifth of 13 in handicap at this course (6.1f) 20 days ago, running on. Tough to assess at present.
Respectable sixth of 14 in handicap (50/1) at Newcastle (7.1f) 16 days ago.
C&D winner. Latest win at Chepstow in August. Bit below form seventh of 14 in handicap (22/1) at Kempton (8f) 20 days ago. Has good chance on pick of form.
Winner at Leicester in June. 40/1 and blinkered for first time, eighth of 11 in handicap at Yarmouth (7f, heavy) 41 days ago. First run for yard after leaving Ed Dunlop.
Tenth of 11 in handicap (7/1) at Lingfield (7f, AW) 24 days ago. Enters calculations on a brace of runner-up efforts prior to that.
Lightly-raced maiden. 5/1, bit below form seventh of 12 in handicap at Lingfield (10f, AW). Off 164 days. First run for yard after leaving Ralph Beckett. Tongue strap on first time.
Course winner. Eleventh of 12 in handicap (25/1) at Kempton (6f) 60 days ago.
20/1, seventh of 9 in handicap at Redcar (6f, heavy) 85 days ago.
C&D winner. Twenty runs since last win in 2019. 8/1, seventh of 11 in handicap at this C&D 22 days ago.
Remains a maiden after 17 Flat runs. 11/2, eighth of 10 in handicap at this course (8.6f) 48 days ago. First run for yard after leaving Chelsea Banham. Has work to do.
Baltic Prince (4/1), Inner Circle (9/2), Chiarodiluna (11/2), Shine On Brendan (6/1), The British Lion (15/2), Plumette (15/2), Ten Chants (11/1), Angels Faces (18/1), Blue Whisper (18/1), Kingsley Klarion (25/1), Couldn't Could She (25/1), Golden Cygnet (66/1)
INNER CIRCLE has been knocking on the door from this mark of late on turf so looks the most persuasive option down slightly in class back on the AW. Baltic Prince has the assistance of Tom Marquand and is feared, while it will be interesting to see what David Evans can do with Ten Chants.