17:50 Nottingham Mon 18 June 2018
The most experienced filly in this line-up with four runs and a course win (5f) already on her CV. Looked ready for a stiffer test last time out and gets that here and will be happier back on this flatter track; yard flying with juveniles this year.
Newcomer who has a speedy pedigree; half-sister to mainly sprint winners including Temple Meads (winner at up 6f as two-year-old; Super Sprint, Group 2 winner). Fledgling yard are 1/8 with their two-year-olds this year.
Showed the benefit of her initial experience when improving two places on her debut effort at Leicester over this trip. Never quite got involved on her last run and may be better over 7f and find some of these too quick.
Hinted at ability when well held on her Doncaster debut over 5f looking as though the experience was needed and she would also be better if she settled more. Trainer had a quiet year so far and yet to have a juvenile winner; best watched.
Showed a little speed on debut but quickly gave way and it was a similar story on her second outing. Makes little appeal based on those efforts and the yard rarely have juvenile winners.
Trainer ticking along very nicely with his two-year-olds this season (7/34) and capable of getting one ready first time. Cost £24,000 at a recent breeze-up and although the dam was unraced her half-sister was a 1m Group 2 winner.
Debutante who is a half-sister to winners including the quirky Fibresand winner Big Amigo; dam a maiden but related to the high-class miler Goldikova. Trainer has a modest enough record with juveniles this year.
Made a promising start to her career over 5f at Doncaster finishing third despite showing inexperience running on late once the penny had dropped. Looks sure to improve stepping up in trip; trainer 5/18 with two-year-olds this year.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Lexington Grace||2||9-0||5/1||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Stay Classy (5/2), Delft Dancer (11/4), Brelades Bay (3/1), Quiet Waters (9/2), Arctic Spirit (9/2), Marlyn (10/1), Rosamour (12/1), Amoreena (20/1), Capla Gilda (20/1), Maddfourmaggy (100/1)
- Stay Classy
- Delft Dancer
- Quiet Waters
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