17:50 Lingfield Sat 12 May 2018

  • Betfred 'Treble Odds On Lucky 15's' Fillies' Novice Stakes (Class 5)
  • 6f, Good
  • 9 Runners
  • Winner£3,752.002nd£1,116.003rd£558.004th£279.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:1m 11.9sOff time:17:51:18
1
(7)
49-7OR:
4/1
Third in her two runs in maidens to date, and didn't show any progression between those runs. Needs to step up on those efforts to get involved in this.
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2
(10)
39-4OR: 93
15/8
Carries a penalty for winning on debut at Doncaster, but hasn't been able to build on that victory in the time since. Return to novice company should help but softer ground possibly preferable.
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3
(6)
39-4OR: D
8/1
Off the mark in good style at Chelmsford last time out and return to turf shouldn't be an issue, though she does carry a penalty, so further progression likely needed.
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4
(5)
39-1OR: 97D
7/4
Has had five chances so far but her half-length second to subsequent 1000 Guineas winner Billesdon Brook in a Goodwood Group 3 last time out gives her an obvious chance, and she's strongly respected even after a long break.
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5
(4)
38-11OR:
33/1
Showed little on two starts to date and needs to leave that sort of form a long way behind to get involved in this contest.
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6
(3)
38-11OR:
25/1
Archipenko half-sister to a few winners, including the Listed-placed Realize, but needs the market to speak massively in his favour here to be of interest on debut.
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7
(9)
38-11OR:
40/1
Most Improved filly and a half-sister to a few winners, but not the most obvious pedigree/connections for a first time out winner.
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8
(2)
38-11OR:
12/1
Only sixth on debut at Newmarket over a year ago but things didn't go right for her during that race, and she can progress from that run here.
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10
(8)
38-11OR:
25/1
Two indifferent efforts so far, including over 6f on turf on debut, and looks more one for the longer term based on that evidence.
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Non-Runners

9
(1)
Power To Exceed28
38-11OR: -
T: H PalmerJ: Josephine Gordon

Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Whitefountainfairy (7/4), Natural (15/8), Island Of Life (4/1), Restless Rose (8/1), On A Roll (12/1), Hilight (25/1), Star Attraction (25/1), Power To Exceed (25/1), Fantastic Flyer (33/1), Mostly Green (40/1)

Verdict

The obvious one here is WHITEFOUNTAINFAIRY, who wasn't that far behind subsequent 1000 Guineas winner Billesdon Brook when last seen in a Goodwood Group 3 back in August, and if running to that level could prove very tough to beat here, with her apprentice rider's 5lb claim sure to come in useful. Others who have shown enough to be of interest include Natural and Restless Rose.
  1. Whitefountainfairy
  2. Natural
  3. Restless Rose

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