16:25 Carlisle Mon 18 June 2018
- British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Handicap (Class 4)
- 6f 195y, Good to Firm (Good in places)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Found a good jump of improvement on her second start at Leicester (7f, good) off this mark to finish a close up third. Every chance she can come on once again and likely to be better than this mark soon enough.
Nudged up the weights this year for not winning and was firmly held at Brighton last time off 1lb higher. No reason why she won't run to a very similar level once again.
Not sure she was completely in love with the fast ground at Haydock on handicap debut last time. Dropped 2lbs for that but some rain would probably be very much welcome.
Came on a bundle for first run of the year when winning comfortably at Beverley (7½f, good) in April. Couldn't back that up off 2lb higher than today at Nottingham last time but chance this track will suit and she goes well for this rider.
Still a maiden now after nine starts. Shaped like he needs further than this and is going to be vulnerable to speedier types late on.
Has run three fairly similar races this term over 7f-1m, going closest when stepped up to this trip at Pontefract last time (good to soft). Up 3lb for that and has a little to prove regarding the ground.
Already having a good year having won twice on the AW and run with credit on two turf starts since. Mark is creeping up but no reason why he won't give it another very good go in this company.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Miss Sheridan||3||9-3||11/4||Full Result|
|T: M W EasterbyJ: Nathan Evans|
Kalagia (11/4), Queen Penn (3/1), Arabian Jazz (9/2), Harvest Day (5/1), Dalawyna (17/2), Kirbec (12/1), May Symphonic (14/1), Porrima (14/1), Boreagh Lass (16/1)
- Arabian Jazz
- Boreagh Lass
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