18:50 Nottingham Mon 18 June 2018
- Enhanced World Cup Specials At 188Bet Fillies' Handicap (Class 4)
- 5f 8y, Good to Firm (Watered)
- 6 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Looks to be best when ridden positively as she was on her winning handicap debut over 6f and although she hasn't followed up she has twice shaped as though she's in form. Now hooded for the first time she drops to 5f for the first time; races freely.
A winner on her two-year-old debut she's failed to score since although she was highly tried on her remaining juvenile starts. Shaped well on her handicap debut on her return but her most recent run proved a disappointment; has to bounce back.
Cheaply bough by current connections she's more than repaid them by winning her first three start for them (all handicaps over 5f). A poor start at Chester last time scuppered her chance of a four-timer over 6f; returns to 5f here.
Extremely likeable and consistent sort who gained a deserved reward for previous effort when winning at Windsor (5f, good) last time. Already a C&D winner (maiden) she may just struggle off a 4lb higher mark having not had much in hand last time.
Beaten as a short-priced favourite on her juvenile debut she showed why when winning the next time out. Never really kicked on from that point though and now steps into handicaps on her seasonal return; market to provide a guide to her chance.
Not seen as a two-year-old she's gained plenty of experience already this year winning on the AW over 6f. Speedy sort who looks better over 5f her turf form so far has looked a little patchy although this is the lowest mark she will have raced off.
Last Year's Winner
Puds (9/4), Seen The Lyte (5/2), Kodiac Express (11/4), Formidable Kitt (8/1), Meerpat (10/1), Wirral Girl (14/1)
- Seen The Lyte
- Wirral Girl
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