19:50 Lingfield Tue 12 June 2018
Won nicely over C&D off just a 3lb lower mark two starts ago. Not quite so good at Newbury next time but in cracking form of late and of interest back here.
Daughter of Galileo that cost €1,050,000 as a yearling. Largely proved disappointing so far including on handicap debut at Wolverhampton (1m4f, AW) last time. That was her first run since September so entitled to come on for that over this trip.
Won over this trip at Yarmouth (good to firm) three starts back off a 6lb lower mark. Struggled to win under that penalty the last twice and similar story probable here.
First run for eight months when finishing third at Wetherby last week. Only 7lbs higher than for last win and every chance there could be more progress to come this year. Major player.
Often raced with the choke out so far. Making yard/handicap debut when well beaten at Wolverhampton (1m½, AW) two weeks ago. Entitled to come on for that run and does have potential off this mark.
Not had many races so far and remains a maiden. Beaten a long way on her reappearance at Nottingham and whilst she should have benefitted from that run, hard to make a strong case for her.
This trip suits perfectly and she loves having a target to run at. Won more decisively that a 2lb rise in the weights suggests at Chepstow last time and is a player for sure here if in the same mood.
Now a 13 race maiden but has been in good form of late, finishing in the frame on her last three starts. Creeping up the weights without winning but very hard to keep out the frame again here.
Last Year's Winner
Ashazuri (3/1), Rocksette (3/1), Fanfair (4/1), Delirium (6/1), Iconic Belle (15/2), Jinkie Pink (10/1), Saniyaat (14/1), The Bear Can Fly (33/1)
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