16:00 Lingfield Wed 11 July 2018
Nursery debut for one who has only been seen three times so far and may well have run a little better than her finishing position suggests last time (away from best ground). That was a step forward on what she had shown but may need a little more.
Strong in the betting when taking a Redcar seller on his first and only run for previous connections over 5f (seller) at Redcar. Faced with better opposition than he won again since and now makes his handicap debut; capable of bouncing back.
Runner-up on her last two starts and dropped into selling company for the second of those runs this will be her handicap debut. Has some ability and doesn't look harshly treated here and would have a chance; front runner.
Made good use of his experience last time but was still undone by lack of pace in the finish. That run came over 6f and this sharp 5f hardly looks an ideal test on his handicap debut.
Has one decent pieces of form from three starts so far having looked the type to have more chance in this sphere. That run came over 5f (other two starts have been over 6f) and she'll appreciate the return to the minimum trip.
Given a stiff task last time this will be her first chance in a handicap having looked rather limited in starts where she could be given a chance. Her best efforts so far have come over 6f and she may be undone for pace in this.
From a yard that keep churning out juvenile winners she's not really gone forward from her debut run at Brighton running below that form the last twice. Now steps into handicaps for the first time and can't be ignored given her yard.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Firenze Rosa||2||8-12||11/2||Full Result|
|T: J J BridgerJ: Kieran Shoemark|
North Korea (11/4), Free Love (4/1), Al Manhalah (9/2), All Back To Mine (5/1), Wolstonbury (5/1), Tarrzan (8/1), Habanera (20/1)
- All Back To Mine
- North Korea
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