14:40 Haydock Wed 13 June 2018
Possibly found the softer conditions against her when failing to follow up a winning debut. She looked a classy individual on that first run and it's best to give her another chance to emulate her initial Newmarket outing back on a firmer surface.
Half-sister to three winners including the 7f winner Hindsight and the juvenile 7f winner Farsighted. Dam was also a winner up to 1m and a half-sister to the smart Orientor. Yard more than capable with juveniles first time up.
Stable have been a little slow to get going with their juveniles but have had two winners in this sphere recently. Invincible Spirit filly is a half-sister to six winners including the Listed two-year-old winner Mythical Magic; market watch advised.
Trainer has a 13% strike-rate with his juveniles here (last five years) and returns a level stakes profit with those runners. First foal of a dam who was a winner at up to 1m and a half-sister to Group placed winner Some Respect.
Primarily jumps based trainer whose Flat runners are always to be respected and has a respectable 12% strike-rate with two-year-olds. Debutante who is a half-sister to a couple of decent winners in Primitivo and Shadow Warrior; worth noting.
This will be her second run after she hinted at having some ability on her first run (not seen to best effect). Took a strong hold and did a little too much; likely to improve in time and will be seen to better effect here and in the future.
Trainers two-year-olds usually improve for the run and she'll need to greatly as she showed plenty of inexperience on her debut. Slowly away she will have learnt from that run so better expected but may need some time yet.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Dance Diva||2||9-4||13/8||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: P Hanagan|
New Winds (10/11), Ellheidi (3/1), Rollicking (7/1), Iconic Choice (12/1), Aghast (14/1), Roca Magica (33/1), Passerina (66/1)
- New Winds
- Iconic Choice
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