A horse with course form is always worth a mention in any race and Miss Inga Sock clearly enjoys the conditions here at Chepstow. With two former visits to the track producing a respectable third place finish as well as a victory she obviously goes well at this venue. Her trainer Eve Johnson-Houghton has her yard firing on all cylinders at the moment boasting a 20% strike rate in recent weeks. The six year old may be a tad high in the weights but she won first time out last season and a big run is far from inconceivable making her seasonal reappearance this time around.
If Tilsworth Lukey can go one better than his last effort he’ll find himself in the winners enclosure. A consistent runner who often puts his best foot forward but with a rise in weight since his last outing and in a much more competitive race he’s going to find this a very tough task.
Old stalwart Innoko has a chance on his best form but wether or not those days are long gone is open for debate.
At bigger prices River Dart and Distant High could challenge for minor placing sand the look the best of the rest.
MISS INGA SOCK (WIN) – NAP
written by Rory Paddock