16:30 Yarmouth Wed 13 June 2018
Has shown similar ability in all three starts over further and now makes handicap debut. Had the pace to lead and then didn't see it out each time and this drop in trip should be ideal. Looks the one to beat.
Won strongly on the AW over this trip before being repeatedly hampered and never figuring in a good novice contest. Can be competitive off this mark on handicap debut if bouncing back.
Has disappointed twice since a promising AW second. More required now on her second start back and others more convincing,
Remains a maiden after seven starts on the AW and has proved inconsistent. Needs to improve on turf debut with stable struggling at present.
Has improved with each of three starts on the AW and now makes handicap and turf debut. Open to improvement but needs to see her races out better and stable are very quiet.
Bounced back to form with a promising third over the C&D last time and now gets to race off 2lb lower. Trainer hitting form and should be competitive again.
Promise in three starts last year including over the C&D but well held in both handicap runs this campaign and best watched.
Hasn't really progressed in two starts since debut third and now has first run in a handicap. Needs to find plenty of improvement.
Last Year's Winner
Effervescence (7/2), Servilia (4/1), Princess Keira (9/2), Take Shelter (5/1), Restless Rose (13/2), Midnight Guest (14/1), Rizzle Dizzle (14/1), Spenny's Lass (20/1), Flora Tristan (20/1)
- Princess Keira
- Restless Rose
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