20:50 Lingfield Sat 9 June 2018
Equiano filly won first two starts of this season, found this mark beyond her at Bath (1m, good to firm) last month but not disgraced in fourth of 12 and should be in the mix again.
Orpen filly has got to improve on maiden form now going handicapping for the first time but would be dangerous to rule that possibility out.
Finished sixth of seven in a C&D claimer recently when sporting first-time blinkers (retained). Not the most reliable and will need to turn things around to play a leading role.
Sepoy filling has shown nothing in handicaps to merit support, despite ever-decreasing mark. Again well beaten off last month at Kempton over a mile.
Remains a lightly-raced maiden, hooded first time in finishing seventh of 11 in handicap at Wolverhampton nine days ago. Back up trip, headgear retained, and needs to improve considerably.
Eight-race maiden but better signs in turf starts last month at Yarmouth (1m, soft) and Chepstow (7f, good to firm). Should be throwing her hat in the ring again.
Shaped with some purpose on seasonal bow at Yarmouth (6f, good to firm) when racing prominently before ultimately beaten 6L into tenth of 15. Eased 4lb, still needs a career-best to open account.
Sixties Icon filly has appeared to possess limited ability so far in maidens so far, makes handicap bow down in trip and with work to do.
Recent efforts have been an improvement, including over 7f on Kempton's AW last month when beaten less than 2L. Can get involved if transferring that sort of form to turf now.
Casamento filly is a lightly-raced maiden and finished seventh of eight in minor event at Brighton (1m, good) last time. Others look a lot more likely.
Started to make shapes earlier in the year that suggested a breakthrough at this sort of level might happen, but three most recent efforts have been of lesser standard and remains with questions to answer for now.
Last Year's Winner
Choral Music (7/4), Jazzy Girl (3/1), Free Talkin (8/1), Star Attraction (9/1), Olive Mabel (10/1), Vodka Pigeon (12/1), Patty Patch (12/1), Agent Of Fortune (20/1), Valerie's Memory (25/1), Supermoss (25/1), Hidden Dream (66/1)
- Choral Music
- Free Talkin
- Jazzy Girl
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