15:40 Yarmouth Thu 14 June 2018
Has improved since going handicaping and acquitted herself well in a class 3 at York last time over today's trip. Looks a danger back at this level.
Landed a weak race at Chepstow and the combination of ground and higher grade were against her next time. Still has something to prove off this weight and in a first-time hood.
Has done all her racing on easy ground and was pulled out at Sandown last week. That makes the current forecast a concern, but she certainly enters calculations should there be a downpour judged on her latest effort.
Decent effort on reappearance when staying on from the back. Should have no difficulty with this trip and the handicapper has dropped her 3lb. Rain would be detrimental, but looks a forecast or each-way option otherwise.
Maiden after 20 starts and well held in four outings over a variety of distances this term. Probably best watched from 6lb out of the weights.
Well beaten in three maidens but the type to improve considerably now handicapping for a yard that do well with this sort.
Has run to a consistent level since stepping up to this trip. Up in grade for this and others appear to better weighted with greater scope for improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Ms Gillard||4||9-5||9/4||Full Result|
|T: D M SimcockJ: Jim Crowley|
Marilyn (11/10), Brexitmeansbrexit (15/8), Camomile Lawn (11/4), Chantresse (3/1), Storm Jazz (15/2), Qaswarah (12/1), Strictly Magic (20/1), Ronni Layne (66/1)
- Camomile Lawn
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