15:40 Lingfield Sat 12 May 2018
- Betfred 'Supports Jack Berry House' Chartwell Fillies' Stakes (Group 3) (Class 1)
- 7f, Good to Firm (Watered)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Kempton Listed winner last time out and now returns to turf seeking a first Group-level victory. Could progress further but may need to in order to prove competitive.
Three race maiden, and though two of those runs have been respectable efforts in Listed company it's doubtful she can find the requisite improvement to get involved in this.
Not disgraced in a Listed race at Goodwood last time and though outclassed on her only previous attempt in a Group race she's worth her chance in this line-up on ratings.
Sprung a minor surprise when winning in Listed company at Ascot last time but that didn't look like a fluke and Moore retakes the ride and unexposed for this first attempt at Group company.
Outclassed more often than not last summer (especially in Group 1 company), but better at this level of competition and has a positive jockey booking on ground which should suit; considered.
Newbury Listed winner two starts back but form on fast ground generally not her best and tough to see her reversing form with Tajaanus (second) from when she was fourth, also at Newbury, last time.
Group 3 winner last August and went close to picking up a second win at this level at Newbury last time out. Has to be respected on that form.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Mix And Mingle||4||9-4||9/2||Full Result|
|T: C F WallJ: R L Moore|
One Master (11/4), Tajaanus (7/2), Tomyris (9/2), Lincoln Rocks (9/2), Hunaina (7/1), Hikmaa (8/1), Unforgetable Filly (8/1), La Figlia (18/1), Summer Icon (25/1)
- One Master
- Lincoln Rocks
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