18:20 Lingfield Tue 12 June 2018
Roderic O'Connor filly. 66/1 and beaten a very long way on debut. Needs to step forward a considerable amount to be involved here.
Slade Power filly is a half-sister to useful two-year-old 6f winner Alqubbah, yard in decent form and worth taking note of in the betting in maiden outing.
Helmet filly that cost €28,000 as a yearling. First foal. Dam was a winner over 7f as a two-year-old on the All Weather. Related to several winners and likely type on paper.
Iffraaj filly who was hooded for her debut when 14/1 at Windsor (6f, good to firm). Got outpaced before getting the hang of things late on and made progress into sixth. Should come on for that.
Bated Breath filly. Dam was a poor twice raced maiden. Only yards second juvenile runner of the season. Market best guide on debut.
Lawman filly that cost €20,000 as a yearling. 66/1 for debut at Newbury (6f, good to firm) when only beating one rival home. Should benefit from that run, but plenty of improvement needed.
Dutch Art filly that never got involved over 5f at Kempton (AW) on debut. Needs to show much more than that. This extra furlong should help.
Kodiac filly that cost 75,000 gns as a yearling. 10/1 and gradually weakened on debut at Windsor (6f, good to firm). Should come on for the experience and take more of a hand today for yard that won this race last year.
Sepoy filly that cost 26,000 gns as a foal and price rose to 50,000 gns as a yearling. Dam won over a mile as two-year-old and related to several winners. Yard only had two juvenile winners in last five seasons and market is best guide.
Kyllachy filly that cost 30,000 gns. Half-sister to Brownsea Brink and Secret Hero. Dam was placed at Listed level and a winner over 6f. Likely type on paper and any market move is interesting on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Elizabeth Bennet||2||9-0||13/8||Full Result|
|T: C HillsJ: James Doyle|
Crimean Queen (7/4), So Brave (11/4), Ring Out The Bells (4/1), Marlyn (5/1), Atwaar (10/1), Be Like Me (12/1), Sepahi (14/1), High Proof (16/1), Cutthechat (25/1), Laura Kenny (50/1), And Yet She Moves (100/1)
- So Brave
- Ring Out The Bells
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