15:55 Newmarket Sat 14 July 2018
C&D winner at this meeting last year and gained a second career success on her third start at Kempton. Ran okay at Royal Ascot last time out and entitled to need that run so better expected here.
Runner-up to the subsequent 1,000 Guineas winner on final start of a juvenile in Group 3 company. Justififed favouritism at Lingfield on her return but dropped in too deep in the Coronation Stakes last time. Every chance back down in class here.
Winless in five starts on turf but she's won twice at a lesser level on AW. Drop in class will help but entitled to need this on seasonal bow and others preferred.
Signed off her juvenile career with a win at Kempton and back to form with a win at Leicester on her third start of this season. Not disgraced in a valuable C&D handicap next time but disappointed at Carlisle last time out in Listed class.
Won her maiden over this trip on her fourth career starts and ran with great credit in what is likely to prove a hot race at Royal Ascot last time out. Drop back in trip shouldn't inconvenience and handicapper has left her on the same mark.
Won on the Rowley Course here last year and had been disappointing up until a better effort at Chelmsford last time out. She would need plenty more in a deeper race to trouble some of these though.
Belatedly off the mark in a five-runner maiden at Leicester last time out but hard to see her making an impression on her return to handicap company here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G PeckhamJ: K T O'Neill|
Perfection (6/4), Poetic Charm (7/2), Cavatina (6/1), Whitefountainfairy (7/1), Elysium Dream (15/2), Amandine (12/1), Elizabeth Bennet (25/1)
- Poetic Charm
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