21:15 Wolverhampton Sat 7 October 2017
Best effort in four career starts came on AW bow at Chelmsford recently (1m2f) and has scope for better over this trip, one to note in the betting.
Best effort came over this sort of trip on sound surface at Lingfield in June, had a break and may have needed the run back there last month, potentially has more to offer over this distance.
A maiden after nine starts and the positives have been limited in truth, returns from 322 days off now making debut for new yard and best watched unless money arrives.
Winner of a maiden handicap at Pontefract in July over 1m2f on good ground, two runs since have revealed limitations and will have to bounce on first AW start.
Maiden has been completely tailed off on two most recent turf starts, both over this sort of trip, gets a visor added now and must bounce back. Has run well at this track before.
Capable of winning weak races on her day and fairly handicapped, AW record this year is decent and could bounce back to form after couple of poor turf efforts.
Still looking for her first career win and on the evidence of a poor display at Ffos Las (1m, heavy) last time she will probably need a deal more assistance from the handicapper before that happens. First run for new yard now.
Never a factor in her three maidens and similar tale on handicap bow at Yarmouth over 7f in August. Changed hands since and upped in journey for this AW bow, work to do.
Nice-race maiden now, rather spoilt her chance with tardy start here in August over extended-mile, wears blinkers for the first time now upped in distance and must improve.
Just the four starts and on a lenient handicap mark having shown little in maidens. Never looked likely to take advantage at Thirsk over a mile (good) in August, makes AW bow now.
Has improvement to find on anything she's done in six starts to date if hoping to make a mark now, most recent effort on turf at Brighton (1m2f, good) had some merits to it but still calls for more.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S KirkJ: Mitch Godwin|
Born To Reason (7/2), Babette (7/2), Mr C (6/1), Equal Rights (6/1), Dixon (9/1), Masterfilly (9/1), London Grammar (10/1), Miss M (14/1), Queen Moon (14/1), Super Ruby (16/1), Follow Me (20/1), Mistress Viz (22/1), Alligator (50/1)
- Equal Rights
- Mr C
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