14:35 Goodwood Thu 24 May 2018
Won four times in 2017 and gave the impression she would come on for her return run at Brighton when a promising second earlier in the month. Yard do well here but her best form is with cut in the ground.
Won twice last year and generally consistent. Flying too high in Listed class at the end of the campaign and possible she needed the run at Salisbury on return. Interesting runner for the yard that won this last year.
Very promising debut at Newmarket when narrowly touched off at big odds but has failed to justify odds-on favouritism on two subsequent maiden efforts. Her mark looks a bit stiff for handicap debut and others preferred.
Won twice last year before running well in a competitive Newmarket handicap at the end 2017. Well beaten on return and both wins have come in softer ground than what she will get here; may need to improve for the fitting of first-time blinkers.
Gained her third win last year when winning over C&D here last year. May have needed the run on return to action last time and a return to better ground may suit.
Not won on the Flat since her debut in 2014 and while she has run well on occasions off higher marks than this, she's been virtually tailed off on each of her last three starts. Needs to bounce back.
Three of her four wins have come on AW but she's an improving sort who won on fast ground at Newmarket last year. Needs to prove she can mix it in this higher grade but not fully exposed and has place claims.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Melodic Motion||3||8-7||11/8||Full Result|
|T: R M BeckettJ: Oisin Murphy|
Lady Bergamot (5/2), Kohinur (7/2), Mistress Quickly (9/2), Reckless Wave (11/2), Lorelina (7/1), Jelly Monger (8/1), Canberra Cliffs (9/1), Twenty Times (12/1)
- Lady Bergamot
- Mistress Quickly
- Reckless Wave
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