Timeform provide a runner-by-runner guide to an interesting handicap at Lingfield...
Kung Hei Fat Choy returned to winning ways over C&D earlier this month and can follow up...
Decent Fella was a useful handicapper and was fifth in the Buckingham Palace Stakes and Bunbury Cup on first 2 starts this year. Below form since, though, including on debut for another new yard here last week.
Brocklebank has won 2 claimers in recent weeks for Kevin Ryan, changing hands for £10,000 after C&D success last time. Returns to handicap company from stiff-looking mark, though.
Saharia regained the winning thread at Kempton (1m) in August and has won over 8.6f at Wolverhampton since, though his mark has suffered as a consequence and handicapper looks in charge for now.
Kung Hei Fat Choy responded well to the fitting of blinkers when winning twice at Southwell in July, and returned to form when readily taking C&D handicap earlier this month. Likely to go well again and shortlisted.
Quasi Congaree scored at Newmarket last year but operating below his best this time around, well held when ninth in C&D handicap returning from 5-month absence recently.
Cut Across made a winning debut in 5f maiden here and off the mark in handicaps when winning at Wolverhampton over this trip. Good in-frame efforts all 3 starts since and may improve further now blinkers fitted.
Beautiful Day's 3 wins have been gained at Southwell, but struggling for form at present and looks one to avoid for now.
Sunshine Always ended a long losing run to land C&D handicap earlier this month, doing well given he wasn't ideally placed off steady pace. His win record suggests he isn't an obvious candidate to follow up, though
1. Kung Hei Fat Choy
2. Cut Across
3. Sunshine Always
Timeform View: Kung Hei Fat Choy returned to winning ways over C&D earlier this month and can follow up, with Cut Across looking the best option for forecast backers.