15:15 Carlisle Thu 12 July 2018
Winner of a novice event at Doncaster (7f, good to firm) tow starts back before finishing a respectable ninth of 11 in the Chesham at Royal Ascot last time. Sets a fair standard for the others to aim at and a leading contender once more.
Daughter of See The Moon. Ninth foal and is a half-sister to multiple winners including Moscato and Hernandoshideaway who both improved with age. Dam was a winner over 1m4f and whilst a market check is needed, every chance she'll need a bit further.
Exceed And Excel filly (48,000 gns vendor yearling). Only beat one rival home on debut at Thirsk (6, good to firm) when outpaced and in need of the experience. Extra furlong should help today but improvement needed.
40,000 daughter of Kodiac and related to a winning juvenile miler. Ran well for a long way on debut at Doncaster and should come on for that first experience. Likely to do better.
Not fancied in the market on first two runs and has been beaten a fairly long way. Difficult to see enough improvement to be involved here and probably one for nurseries on the back of this run.
Lawman filly who cost €17,500 as a yearling. Related to several middle distance winners and whilst yard can certainly ready one first time, there is a strong chance she is going to need a little further than this. Market a good guide.
Shaped with plenty of promise on debut at Newbury (7f, good to firm) when running green and finishing seventh of 11. Yards runners tend to come on s good deal from their first run and will be leading contender if doing so.
Steps up in trip after a couple of disappointing efforts over shorter so far. Hard to envisage her troubling a few of these on what we have seen so far.
Poets's Voice filly. Fourth foal. Dam was a winner over 7f and 1m and is a half-sister to Lowther/Falmouth winner Nahoodh. Only yards fourth two-year-old runner of the season but they have had a winner.
Lope De Vega filly that cost 47,000 gns as a yearling. Dam was a winner over 7f /1m and is a half-sister to high-class sprinter Overdose. Interesting newcomer and market will be a good guide to expectations.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Poetic Steps||2||9-4||11/8||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: J Fanning|
Toffee Galore (15/8), Aussie View (2/1), Koduro (9/2), My Law (13/2), Encore Mam'selle (16/1), Mrs Hoo (18/1), Tie A Yellowribbon (20/1), Albanita (28/1), Jasmine B (50/1), Miss Maben (150/1), Sekoya (200/1)
- My Law
- Aussie View
- Mrs Hoo
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