18:40 Brighton Tue 19 June 2018
Three starts to date have revealed only a modicum of promise, looked one paced over 6f last time out and this step back up to 7f should help. Yard 5-31 over the last year with them first time in handicaps, so may improve, but in truth needs to.
Twice a winner already this season, including a win here in May from a 4lb lower mark. Needs to bounce back from a moderate effort at Leicester last time out but given her liking for the track, could easily do so.
Getting the hang of things now, and has put in two improved efforts on her last two starts, but drop back to 7f not certain to suit given she's looked a little one-paced over a mile. Good pace would help her chance but that's not a given here.
Looked useful when making all to win over a mile at Windsor in April but two efforts since then have not been as good. Held up last time, which may not have helped, so may bounce back if allowed to race more prominently.
Improving with every run now and thrashed them hollow over this C&D last time out, making all and winning an easy 3½ lengths. Handicapper has his say with a 9lb rise but even that may not stop him from following up in race with little pace in.
Sent off big prices for all her six starts so far and although it was a better effort here last time out, she has a lot of ground to make up with Gainsay on it. Places may be the best she can hope for.
Five efforts so far have revealed little, although she appeared to run a little better here last time out and was passing a few late on. Extra furlong should help but she really needs another big step forward if she's to get involved.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Moonstone Rock||3||9-2||20/1||Full Result|
|T: J R BoyleJ: Charlie Bennett|
Gainsay (9/4), Bombshell Bay (3/1), Kachumba (7/2), Sicario (11/2), On A May Day (7/1), Chikoko Trail (8/1), Ede's A Winner (20/1), Fanfare Lady (25/1)
- Ede's A Winner
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