14:20 Lingfield Wed 18 October 2017
Consistent over the minimum distance in a busy two-year old campaign. Shown plenty of good form with a win and three placed efforts but tough ask to give weight to all here.
One from 12 in a busy juvenile year. Won a Bath nursery in June but was disappointing subsequently until an improved effort at Windsor on Monday. Claims if she can build on that.
Very fast pedigree being by Exceed and Excel out of a group placed sprinter. Trainer in good form but none from five with two-year olds this season. Champion jockey elect booked so worth noting market given breeding.
Full-brother to Tomily, a useful sprinter who won on AW and half-brother to dual winning sprinter Fig Roll. Trainer can get them ready first time and knows the family so a bold show no surprise.
Won on debut at Chepstow in May but out of her depth since in Group and Listed races. This far more suitable and has shown enough in some hot contests to set the bar high here. Return to 5f would be a slight concern but can handle it at this level.
Consistent although still a maiden after six starts. Equally effective on AW as shown with back to back seconds at Chelmsford. No reason she won't run her usual solid race.
Maiden of nine starts but placed in all three runs on AW. Ran well against some decent rivals in her two-year old campaign and every chance she goes well again here.
Last Year's Winner
Gold Filigree (5/6), Brandy Station (5/1), Baileys Excel (15/2), Drakefell (9/1), Debutante's Ball (9/1), National Anthem (10/1), Aquadabra (12/1), No More Commisery (12/1), Kandy Kove (14/1), Three Little Birds (20/1)
- Debutante's Ball
- Baileys Excel
- Gold Filigree
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