13:50 Newton Abbot Mon 2 October 2017
Nice enough pedigree, but has been beaten huge distances in both starts spanning over two years. Best watched for the time being.
Tailed off on her bumper debut at Fontwell last year, but showed much more when second at the same track last month. One to consider on her hurdling debut.
Moderate maiden on the Flat and has shown little in three starts over hurdles. Hard to fancy on the evidence so far.
Has shown ability in three bumpers and now makes her hurdling debut. Bred for this job, represents leading connections and has to go on the short list.
Not much encouragement in her two starts over hurdles. Plenty to prove although it is still early days for her and she has an appealing pedigree.
Plenty of promise on her debut in a Newbury bumper and something may have been amiss when way below that level of form at the same track next time. Has been given a break and makes her hurdling debut for top connections in a first-time tongue tie.
Fair maiden on the Flat and has shown ability on both starts over hurdles. Looks the best of those with experience over timber, but could be vulnerable to one of the hurdling debutants.
Maiden point-to-pointer who was pulled up on her debut over hurdles at this track. Needs to show much more and is readily opposed.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D WestonJ: Nico de Boinville|
Green Or Black (8/13), Drinks Interval (5/2), Ginge de Sophia (9/2), Cautorillo (8/1), Chica Rapida (40/1), Georgina Joy (50/1), Bonnie Black Rose (150/1), Sugar Glider (200/1)
- Ginge de Sophia
- Drinks Interval
- Green Or Black
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