15:00 Lingfield Wed 12 July 2017
Well beaten and no impression on three starts on turf at Brighton, Nottingham and last day, Newbury in June.
Beaten 2L on debut over 1m at Lingfield in February. Held on last three starts including on handicap debut in Chepstow 3yo handicap.
Finished a staying on fifth to Arctic Sea on handicap debut over 1m at Kempton in April, before last of 13, beaten 33L in a Bath 3yo handicap, when last seen in May.
Only moderate form in his career so far despite an decreasing handicap mark, before an encouraging third of 15, beaten 4L on good to firm in a Brighton 1m2f handicap.
Glimpses of ability in her maiden runs that weren't followed up on her handicap debut over 1m1f here on turf, before ninth of 11, beaten 6½L here in June.
Looked to have stepped up on her previous runs when placed in a Lingfield 7f handicap off a 3lb higher mark at the beginning of June, before seventh of nine, beaten 9½L in a Leicester handicap over 1m.
Fourth of eight, beaten 5½L on handicap debut on her second start for this yard having shown very little in a maiden last time out finishing last at Salisbury.
Well beaten on all career starts and last of seven on handicap debut at Brighton over 6f, before 13th of 15, beaten 17½L, again at Brighton two weeks ago.
Finished 2L second when wearing a hood for the first time on soft ground at Chepstow, before another runner-up position, beaten ½L behind Chicago Star, again, at Chepstow, 16 days ago.
Had a couple of runs last year on the AW over 7f and was well held on those starts as well as in a Nottingham maiden, last day two weeks ago. Has started at 100/1, 80/1 and 100/1 on three career starts.
Last Year's Winner
Whatalove (7/4), Henry Did It (5/1), Wootyhoot (6/1), Permanent (6/1), Quinquereme (7/1), Never Folding (15/2), Venetian Proposal (8/1), Performance Art (9/1), Dancing Dragon (11/1), Accomplice (14/1), Ronni Layne (20/1), Nip Down The Jug (20/1), French Silver (25/1), Harbour Town (25/1)
- Never Folding
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