14:30 Lingfield Tue 11 April 2017
Handicap debutant who has been placed in two of her four starts in fillies maidens. (both over 7F at Kempton). She showed plenty of early speed when going down by 1L to Almoner on her most recent start in January, and on that evidence looks well worth another try over this shorter trip.
330,000 gns yearling by Showcasing who looks the type to thrive now switched to handicaps and having been gelded since his last run. However, he does need to improve upon what he's shown so far, with his Newmarket fourth in August 2016 the pick of his three runs. Wears the first time hood with the champion jockey booked.
Comfortable winner of a 5f course maiden on debut in November 2016 in a race that probably isn't worth getting too carried away with. However, by Exceed And Excel, this colt should be suited by stepping up in trip for his handicap debut and represents connections that deserve respect in this grade.
Experienced filly who likes to race to the fore, and only headed near the finish when going down narrowly to Magic Approach in a 6F Wolverhampton maiden last month. Likely to be there to be shot at on her handicap debut and set the race up for the others.
6f Newcastle maiden winner (February 2017), but faced a tough task up against Fiery Spice and Arzaak next time in a 5F handicap. Below par on her latest start over 6F and makes her Polytrack debut looking a shade more exposed than some of the others.
Not able to go forward since winning a Brighton maiden by 4½L on his second start in August 2016, and showed little to be enthusiastic about on either of his runs on the Wolverhampton Tapeta last month. Dropped 5lb for those runs, but improvement is needed on his Polytrack debut.
Last Year's Winner
Team Meeting (4/7), Tawaafoq (11/4), Angel Of Darkness (12/1), Hidden Stash (16/1), Lady Cristal (20/1), Atlanta Belle (33/1)
- Team Meeting
- Angel Of Darkness
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