20:15 Salisbury Sat 14 July 2018
Has struggled to match her debut form in two subsequent outings and connections will be hoping that going into handicaps will produce some progress. Her mark looks rather harsh on what she's done so far though.
Some of his maiden form looks fair with the trip that he tried last time (1m4f) one that tested him far too much. Now given a second chance in handicaps with the blinkers going on for the first time and brought back 2f in trip.
Her form so far has proved rather modest and she still looked green last time even though that was her third start. That will have brought her on though and she bred to stay trips like this as she goes into handicaps for the first time.
Had offered something to work on in his first two starts (not knocked around in either) before finishing well held on his third run. Now has a mark and more expected going into handicaps back on turf stepping up in trip.
Similar to a few from this yard in that she showed progress for a longer trip having been handicapped over shorter. Easy to back on handicap debut she improved on her second start in this sphere (1m2f); that has given her something to build on here.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Lyrica's Lion||3||9-1||20/1||Full Result|
|T: M J AttwaterJ: David Egan|
Ferrier (5/4), Player's Luck (5/2), Perfect Refuge (4/1), Fannie By Gaslight (9/1), Atomic Jack (10/1)
- Player's Luck
- Perfect Refuge
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