16:50 Beverley Sat 7 July 2018
Well held so far in two starts this year and ending her juvenile season with a win on her fourth start Redcar, 7f, good). Looked to need the run on her first start of the year but failed to improve on her second start; now stepped up in trip.
Unsuccessful as a juvenile she's put that right this season winning both her two most recent starts switched to race on turf. Looks to have won two weak contests and was well in at the weights last time; suited by this trip but more needed.
Did show some improvement when switched to handicaps but she's been handed a fairly stiff mark and has little in hand off it. Appeared to find a longer trip than this a little too testing last time but faces a tough test in this grade.
Form so far has proved modest including in on her handicap debut last time off a 5lb higher mark. She is a half-sister to Bollin Ted who goes well around here so maybe there's some hope for her yet; cheekpieces on first-time and back in trip.
Had very little chance of breaking her maiden last time in a 0-95 handicap running from well out of the handicap (first-time cheekpieces). Other form in more relevant grades is modest though and still has plenty to prove; visor back on here.
Still looked green and needing the experience when running in three varied events as a juvenile at up to 7f. Now makes her handicap debut with a visor on for the first-time and stepping up markedly in trip; one to monitor in the betting.
Fledgling trainer who has yet to have a winner gives this one just her second run for the stable although she offered little on her first run. This will be her fourth try in a handicap (cheekpieces on first-time) and needs to improve to get involved.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Jive Talking||3||9-13||5/4||Full Result|
|T: M L W BellJ: Louis Steward|
Winged Spur (4/5), Sageness (4/1), Ventura Royal (15/2), Chickpea (8/1), Angel Of The North (10/1), Bollin Joan (20/1), Leahcar (25/1)
- Winged Spur
- Ventura Royal
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