19:00 Warwick Sat 12 May 2018
Still a maiden after 14 starts (eight Flat, six hurdles) and has her work cut out here on chase debut on level weights with rivals who have achieved much more.
Still a maiden after five starts and while she's hinted at ability on occasions over hurdles, she was pulled up as if amiss at Chepstow last time. Hard to fancy in here.
Won four times over hurdles in 2016 and ran some fair races throughout last year without getting her head in front. Well beaten in two chase starts in November and has place claims here.
Has won five of her 12 starts and ran well when fourth of 15 at Cheltenham last time out. She looks like the one to beat if she can replicate that level of form over larger obstacles on chase debut.
Won twice in 2017 but has been out of form on her two runs since. Drop back in trip a positive here and she may become a better chaser. Each-way chance.
Two-time winner who disappointed when falling on chase debut at a short enough price. Ran well over hurdles at Ayr last time but needs to jump better on return to fences.
Last Year's Winner
Poppy Kay (11/8), Whatduhavtoget (9/4), Miss Crick (3/1), Treackle Tart (7/1), King's Reste (66/1), Eastern Lady (100/1)
- Poppy Kay
- Miss Crick
- Treackle Tart
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