Having not enjoyed a clear passage in his recent races, hopes were high for My Ambition from a nice draw at Kempton - a track which has also seemed to suit him better than the tightness of Lingfield last time. Leaving the stalls, however, he was properly broadsided and forced to his right so that Harry Burns was for a while concerned the gelding might have stumbled. This put him right at the back of the field behind a lot of congestion along the running rail. From this point he was really left with little chance in the 7f race, and Harry had to bring My Ambition to his left up the straight and progressively wider to get any kind of run to home. By the line he was still six lengths back in seventh place and he will be deserving of a break following a string of disappointments in quick succession. He will return to action in late spring and back on the turf, hoping for a clear run to show his true ability on track.