13:10 Market Rasen Sat 21 October 2017
Not shown much ability in six starts so far, and was pulled up on her third start over hurdles at Sedgefield earlier in the month; rider lost his irons (2m4f good).
Joined current connections following success in a 3m Dromahane point-to-point in December 2016, and shaped adequately in a 2m bumper at Southwell in March (good) when 3½L third to Royal Ruby. Hurdles debut wearing a tongue tie.
Head winner of a 3m Kilworth point-to-point in March (soft), and sold at Cheltenham the following month for £35,000. Makes her hurdles debut for leading connections, so this Oscar mare commands respect.
£6,000 three-year-old by Getaway and a half-sister to bumper and hurdles winner Presenting Mahler. Not shown masses of ability in bumpers; 25+L fourth on seasonal debut at Kelso last month, and now switches to hurdles needing more.
Out of a fairly useful French mare (J'y Vole), but didn't show up all that positively in a couple of bumpers last back-end (Huntingdon and Uttoxeter). Her pedigree suggests obstacles will bring out the best of her in time. Hurdles debut. Hooded.
€1,800 second foal by Midnight Legend out of French winner La Cerisaie. Beaten 9¾L when fourth of nine to Heartasia on debut in a 2m Wetherby mares bumper in April (good). Hurdles debut, wearing a tongue tie.
Showed a reasonable level of form in Irish bumpers (Wexford), and struck at the first time of asking for current connections at Stratford just under three weeks ago, winning a mares bumper (good) by 3¾L. Hurdles debut.
Winner of a 3m mares maiden at Largy for Colin Bowe in April, she joined current connections for £25,000 in June. Off to a winning start in a Fontwell bumper last month (10L scorer), but too keen and dire under a penalty since. Hurdles debut.
Last Year's Winner
Lucca Lady (6/4), Cabaret Queen (7/4), Ebonys Encore (6/1), Lostnfound (8/1), Malindi Bay (14/1), Kick On Dottie (25/1), Angel's Envy (80/1), Legende Volante (80/1)
- Ebonys Encore
- Cabaret Queen
- Malindi Bay
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