17:25 Redcar Fri 20 October 2017
Remains a fairly able performer and returning from a short break, is on a very workable handicap mark based on best efforts this year.
Capable sort who has bounced back to form this season now given a chance by the handicapper winning three times off marks up to 59. Shown some reasonable form since off higher marks and not written off here having run well in better grade last time.
Lightly-raced filly got off the mark at Beverley (1m2f, soft) last month and perhaps not suited by how things panned out since at Nottingham. Could still have her say from current rating.
Three wins from 16 runs this year. Latest win at Yarmouth in August over 1m2f, not as good next time or on AW since, but on excellent mark here with promising jockey booking.
Has gradually come to the fore as she's gathered more experience (mostly on AW) and perhaps 1m4½f just stretched her last time out, respected back down in distance.
2017 form moderate both on the level and over hurdles, too poor to be true last time at Musselburgh and hard to generate confidence despite career-low mark here.
An 11-race maiden now, with more poor efforts than decent lately, best coming at Thirsk in August over 1m4f. Work to be done.
Without a win this year but has on occasions run better than her finishing position suggests, up in trip here and cannot be crossed off the list.
Running for third different trainer and tried distances from 1m2f to 2m, AW and turf and over hurdles, all without success in a dozen runs. Well held last time at Musselburgh over 1m4½f, others have more going for them.
Unplaced in five starts over a variety of trips, including this one, and has some improving to do despite dropping into this class for the first time.
Well fended off last month at Beverley over this trip on soft ground, though had previously run well around here over 1m1f (good to firm) in July. Cheekpieces back on now, perhaps can go well on this ground.
Last Year's Winner
Hannington (3/1), Decima (5/1), Champagne Pink (5/1), Ingleby Spring (11/2), Duke Of Yorkshire (15/2), Clarabel (10/1), Haymarket (11/1), Outlaw Torn (12/1), Dream Free (14/1), Indian Vision (16/1), Pindaric (20/1), Optima Petamus (20/1), Ferngrove (33/1)
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