17:25 Plumpton Sun 13 May 2018
Narrow winner on debut at Taunton last time out, but ran green there and shaped as if there should be plenty of improvement to come. Some of the penalty negated by talented conditional's claim and he's considered.
Flying Legend gelding who cost €12,000 as a three-year-old, and though this is a good starting point for him he'll likely be better over further in time.
Down the field on debut at Doncaster last time out, but entitled to come on for that run and should run a better race here.
Coastal Path gelding who cost £85,000 as a three-year-old, a half-brother to Grade 2 bumper winner Dame Rose. One to consider on debut.
Not disgraced when beaten 11L on debut at Ludlow last time, big improvement needed to challenge to win but could well fill a place.
Presenting mare, who cost €38,000 as a three-year-old and a half-sister to talented handicap chaser Rock The Kasbah. Could be better over further/obstacles in time.
Couldn't progress between her two runs to date, and tough to see her getting involved in this off the back of those efforts.
Papal Bull mare out of a Bonbon Rose mare. Yard 1-98 in bumpers and she is very tough to build a case for.
Kapgarde filly who cost just £1,200 as a three-year-old, and pedigree/yard mean she rates an unlikely debut winner here; others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Mrs L C JewellJ: Jack Sherwood|
Represented (6/4), El Hageb Rose (7/2), Lancaster Rose (7/2), Milldean Silva (9/2), Cracker Jak (11/2), Presentedwithwings (8/1), Invisible Clouds (8/1), Harrier (12/1), Musical Stardust (33/1), Andapa (50/1), Roe Mill (50/1)
- El Hageb Rose
- Milldean Silva
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