16:15 Wolverhampton Tue 10 July 2018
Won a Lingfield maiden (1m2f, AW) on debut in September in good style, but weakened quickly on only other run (handicap debut) when odds-on favourite back at that venue. Back in novice company under a penalty here with a bit to prove.
Has gone off at big prices and shown very little in two runs so far this year. Much more needed. Watching brief advised.
150-1 for both runs so far, being last on both occasions and beaten 45L and 29L respectively. Impossible to make a case for her on that evidence.
Has shown promise in all three starts in novice events from 1m-1m2f, including here on debut. Best effort was when upped to this trip at Chelmsford last time. Should be capable of being thereabouts again.
Very green on debut over 7f at this track last month, when sent off at just 9-4, but beaten over 18L. Should come on a fair bit for that experience, while this trip could also open doors, so could see improvement.
Has posted a couple of promising efforts to date, over 7f at Kempton on debut in October, and again on turf at Nottingham (1m½f, firm) last month. Steps up in trip here. Improvement needed, but could be in the money again.
Nibbled at in the market prior to her debut, when 21L seventh of eight at Salisbury (7f, good to firm) last month. Pedigree suggests that she could prove a fair bit better than that, so significant improvement not ruled out.
$75,000 yearlng, resold $340,000 yearling. Half-sister to German Listed winners Peace Society (6f 2yo and 7f) and Peace In Motion (1m). Dam 7f-1m winner (inc Group 3). Lovely pedigree. Represents top stable. Can probably go well.
7-1 and beaten 10L on debut at Doncaster in October. Has since had wind surgery. Pedigree suggests that there will be scope for significant improvement.
Well beaten on both starts so far and readily dismissed in this line-up a a result.
100-1 on debut at Nottingham, but not a bad effort considering that. Should be able to step up on it this time, but will probably have to wait for other days to break her duck.
Last Year's Winner
Part Exchange (7/4), Lunar Corona (2/1), Inpromptu (7/1), Lady Baker (8/1), Jumeirah Joy (8/1), Junderstand (11/1), Konigin (25/1), Yaa Mous (40/1), Power From Above (100/1), Delicate Footsteps (200/1), Catlin (200/1), Holte End (200/1)
- Lunar Corona
- Part Exchange
- Lady Baker
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